Summary: I wanted a gaming pad, but I wasn't going for one for Final Fantasy XIV. I like Borderlands 2, Skyrim, Street Fighter, and more. I honestly have a ridiculously and embarrassingly large video game collection on my computer. This controller hasn't worked on a SINGLE one of them. Total waste of money.
Summary: The current price of this gamepad ($59.99??? Seriously?) has got to be a joke. When I purchased it at $14.99, I thought it was a great pad at an excellent value. The analog sticks respond perfectly, the d-pad has a good feel and the buttons have excellent feedback. I especially love the extended grips as well. The fact it works on the PS3 through USB was a plus as well. But this is NOT a $59.99 controller.
Summary: Works great. Too bad my computer doesn't support the game lol Loved that it's plug and play. The price I paid was 9$. I can't believe the price has increased so much. Still probably worth the money though.
Summary: Even though I have no interest in Square-Enix's latest lousy MMO, I purchased this because I needed an analog game pad and it was quite affordable at the time. I paid less than $15 for it. Pros: More than a year later and all the buttons still work, the analog sticks are nice and sensitive, it works with everything so far, the price was great (though the current $60 is BS), the cord is very long Cons: The buttons can click a bit (especially the shoulder buttons), the...
Summary: The Snake Bit me. (sigh) I must say, I did not expect to be disappointed by what USED TO BE my favorite Game Controller. However, it seems that Snakebyte is not interested in the PC Gaming community any longer and stopped manufacturing this device for PC's - only consoles. My game has crashed MULTIPLE TIMES under Win 8 with a failure that is directly caused by this controller's drivers. It has also crashed in 7, but not as often. There is no fix, other than to uninstall.
Summary: Good solid feel and control, extended grips, and larger R/L buttons up top give this controller a nice ergonomic feel and performed very well during the Beta Phase 3 testing of ARR. Only time will tell if the retail version will provide full GUI support for this controller, however I plan on using it even if it does get treated just like a 360/XB controller clone. 8.28.13 Retail does not have GUI support at launch for this controller, however it is functioning just fine.
Summary: I bought this for Final Fantasy XI and was planning on using it for Final Fantasy XIV when it's released again. Comfort wise I love this controller. The longer grips are perfect for my larger hands. The buttons work alright, but the shoulder buttons could be a lot better. I downloaded the drivers off Snakebyte's UK site (the only place that has them), installed, configured FFXI and I was good to go.