Reviews and Problems with Logitech Rumble Gamepad F510
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good controller for PC standards
James Lewis Shanks "-James", Amazon
7 August 2013
Summary: I don't know what it is about PC controllers, but to me they are almost all terrible. I was surprised to find this one is actually pretty good. Keep in mind, it is NO Playstation controller. It is however, the best PC controller I've ever used. I play fighting games and adventure games with it and have had no problems. I heard the newer model is even better... but this is a good controller for the price.
Summary: This was one of my best purchases. If you're a hardcore emulator, this is the controller for you. Reasonably priced, fully compatible, and looks like a modern day Powerglove from "The Wizard." No one will mess with you when you walk into the club with this. It's got two settings, for one. A slider that says "X" and "D." The "X" setting works for Xbox games (I assume), but I've only used it for computer games that work with Xbox controllers.
Summary: I liked the feel of this controller so much I started using it to play almost everything, even games not designed for controllers. You can just tell when holding it that it was built firmly to last, and it has every feature you could ask for in a controller. I'm not sure what material it's made from but it feels both smooth, soft, and firm all at the same time.
Summary: After repeated Steam sales, I found myself with some games for PC that were clearly console ports, and for those, rather than slogging through bad keyboard mouse controls, I broke down and replaced an aging controller. This pad has been a great performer for 100+ hours of Dark Souls, a run of Fable 3, and a few other hack and slash adventures. I can easily recommend this, if you're looking for an alternative to just using an xbox controller (or just don't own one).
Summary: This item works great. It does exactly what I wanted it to do. Maybe 95% effective, there are the occasional issues with buttons not responding appropriately. Sometimes this is user error, (there's a switch between analog and digital) but other times, if it is user error, I can't seem to figure out what the problem is.
Summary: Hi Everyone, For the price offered this is really nice product. I will suggest you to go to either xbox360 one or this one. This one has a premium feel and wire is long enough to play several meters away from your screen. Also it is quite sturdy (i have dropped it quite a few times) and not a single scratch on it. I only wish that i had bought wireless version as that one would have better choice.
Summary: Good price. I use it to play "American McGee's Alice PC" on my PC and will be using it for other PC games as well. I keep getting confused because I'm used to using an Xbox controller on Xbox and this one is set up like a Playstation 2 controller. It has an Xbox mode as well so that it can be used as an Xbox controller but I purchased it to play older PC games and for that, so far, it does the job.
Summary: I have always tried to stick with Logitech. The drivers for the devices tend to be updated regularly enough to be efficient but not so often that they seem to always been out of tune. The body of the controller can take a squeezing if you are one to maul the controller while playing. The screws have dabs of thread locker on them so the first disassemble will be a pain but it's not bad, just to be noted.
Summary: Though not perfect, this works very well for a relatively low-cost gamepad. It's comfortable to grip, and has all the buttons and controls typical of a PS2-style controller (with trigger-style L2/R2). I have a few complaints, but they're minor: * The trigger buttons have a lot of give and can be pushed in pretty deeply. It can make it hard to know exactly how hard/far you have to push to get it to register. A shallower travel might have been better.
Some minor comfort issues, but perfect functionality
Ian Mcteague, Amazon
14 October 2012
Summary: I am very happy with the functionality of this controller. When you have it in X-input mode, it's basically an Xbox 360 controller for the computer (there's a switch on the back which toggles it between X-input and D-input.) It works as well (maybe better) than any USB controller I've used yet.