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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
Summary: I got this controller to help me play street fighter 4 on my computer better. The buttons are great, it vibrates wonderfully, but my serious and only issue with this controller is the "free floating direction pad".
Summary: I've been trying (unsuccessfully)to find a PC gamepad that will work well for both PC games and emulators. I've tried an Interact HammerheadFX, Saitek P990, Xbox 360 controller, and now the Logitech F510. They've all had their strengths but every one of them comes up short overall.
Summary: This is the first time I've ever purchased controllers for my PC. I've always been a console person, so when I switched to PC gaming about 3 years ago (PS3 too expensive) I kind of missed a physical controller.
Summary: I am no gamer. So, imagine my surprise when a friend brought over his PS3, got me a little tipsy, and made me play Portal! I was captivated. I've always had a party-limited soft-spot in my heart for two-player fighting games, but quickly loose interest.