Excerpt: For any proper gamer, a game pad is a must-have, especially in the case of a fast-paced shooter or sports simulator. And when looking at gamepads, features like force feedback and analog sticks are essential. As I was looking for such a game pad, I stumbled upon the …
Summary: This was a decent controller while it worked, but it only served me for about 4-5 months of moderate use at best before breaking down. I should have known this would happen; holding it, you can feel that it's really cheap construction.
I realize why they don't have any kind of warranty on the controller now.
Dan Follis, Amazon
13 August 2013
Summary: I mean the whole idea of the controller is pretty cool, the fact that you can switch it from the ps3 style to the xbox style is something I've never heard of so when I saw this controller I had to try it out.
Summary: Biggest problem with this was the drivers. It keeps trying to install drivers that don't work. I've looked through forums and the Saitek site, but I keep having the same issues. With an older version of the drivers, it works fine, but with newer versions, you can't use the d-pad and press up left,...
Summary: Unfortunately, I bought this as a potential replacement for an earlier unit of theoretically the exact same manufacture. While the original PS2700 is actually still working quite well, the second one failed after a couple months.
Summary: I've had this controller for about 3 months now and use it on my PS3 every time I play. It's extremely useful to be able to switch the layout anytime I want. Navigating through the menus with the d-pad on top feels best, whereas playing a game that requires 3-dimensional navigation is better suited...
Summary: Was very happy to learn that this controller could be used with the PS2,PS3 and the PC. Was not to happy to learn that the controller made was very stiff feeling on my hands. Its rather heavy compared to the Sony PS3 controller and the buttons don't feel right.
Summary: I purchased this game pad because of the precision aim feature, which works as described. The thing that I find awkward and cannot understand the rationale for is the way the left joystick is designed. Most joysticks are set in a round base, this enable free movement in any direction.