Reviews and Problems with Logitech Rumblepad 2 Vibration Feedback Gamepad
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Angus MacAskill, Amazon
2 June 2012
Summary: This gamepad was fine until it fell from a height of about 2 feet and landed on a hardwood floor. After that, the "LB" button stopped functioning. I took it apart and found that the "clicker" device that triggers a button press wasn't responding to the correct amount of pressure anymore. Since then, the gamepad has stopped working completely.
Summary: This controller is great as far as functional and comfortable...only problem is it wasnt compatible for very many games. I'd skip this controller if you have the money to get the more expensive xbox 360 controller...its compatible with most games.
Summary: I bought this product from another seller, its ver confortable, easy to install and use, it's just like a PS2 controller so if you like those you will like this one, and works with most of the games out there. I can say though that it doesn't work at 100%, the vibration feedback doesn't work on most of the new games, especially those games that say "games for windows" that hace the xbox controller configuration by default, also you can get either the left or right analog...
Summary: This is actually a pretty good gamepad in general. However I planned on using it for Street Fighter 2 and other classic fighting games and the D-pad is one of the worst I have ever used. The joysticks have a button click, just like many of the consoles controllers, and someone thought it would be good idea to make the D-pad a button as well. Unfortunately that was a really bad idea.
Summary: It can be programmed to work like the ps2 controller and works just fine except for a few problems with the game I play: Star Wars Battlefront 2. When you push down on the left analog stick it doesn't respond right away and sometimes has to be pushed really hard to do what it needs to. Also this stick tends to keep moving to the left when left alone after using. I don't knwo if I got a defective one or not but its quite annoying. Otherwise its not bad.
Summary: I originally purchased the analog game pad with no vibration, then I purchased this controller. The only time I have felt force feedback was in FIFA 2005 during penalty kicks. I highly DO NOT recommend this controller, get the regular gamepad and save 10 bucks. However, the layout is great and it is extremely comfortable to hold.
Summary: I bought this controller to use with Doom on my laptop. The configuration is excellent and installation was very easy. However, about 2 months later the left joystick acted up and moves me forward without even touching it. I reinstalled the software, recalibrated several times, and I still creep forward even when I'm not touching the joystick. It's impossible to get my character to stand still.
Summary: At first, this seemed like a great controller. It was easy to set up, and it's ability to run several sets of game profiles simultaneously was impressive. I didn't think I'd experience any of the problems that were always associated with the original Dual Action gamepad from logitech.