Reviews and Problems with Logitech Dual Action Gamepad
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Great customer service!
Britten H., Amazon
8 October 2013
Summary: This is a great game pad that is really easy to either install and play or plug 'n' play. The analog sticks did go bad on me in about 3 and a half months which made it hard to use in gameplay, but Timetec has incredible customer service and replaced it. Great experience with Timetec.
Summary: I bought this to game on my mac. It says it is compatible with mac however the little disc they send with it cannot be inserted into the mac. And I could not find, after days of searching, any downloadable version of the software online. It says it works with mac but you need the software in order to use it and there are no options for mac users to get the software.
Summary: The product description and many of the reviews said this game pad is Mac compatible, so I ordered it to use with my 28" iMac (running Mac OS 10.6.7). For starters, the packaging says "PC" on the front. On the back of the packaging, it says it is Mac compatible with Mac OS 9, Mac OS X v10 or later. My iMac, however, will not read the minidisc installation CD. I push in the CD, it gets stuck halfway.
Summary: There really aren't many choices when it comes to PC gamepads out there, and Logitech is the best bet. I would rate it with 5 stars, but I've gone through one in normal use already, so the design could be a bit more rugged. I'm about as hard as you can be on a gamepad since I'm a competitive street fighter 4 player so it wasn't any surprise when my D-pad went out after almost a year of abuse from my vigorous street fighting.
Summary: A not-so cheap piece of crap. It kind of amazes me that this is the lowest end of PC controllers and its like $25 bucks. I bought one and within a few months the buttons broke and the thumbpad was sticking and it lost calibration with the pc off and on before just crapping out altogether. Lacking any common sense (I am cheap I guess) I bought a used one from a local game shop who promised it was tested and working.
Summary: I bought this controller a while ago when I bought Halo 2 for the PC. It worked great.
After that game was over and done with it sat unused until I decided to buy Cabela's Dangerous Hunts for the PC. It worked great until a few weeks ago. The left analog stick began to "stick" in certain positions. Now, it just refuses to work.
This is great for your occasional PC gamer, but if you intend to use it for long periods of time then I'd suggest buying something else.