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.
Summary: The controller worked well when I first bought it. I had some trouble with compatibility with many of the games, however, and have had to use third party programs for some of them. I used the Xbox 360 controller emulator in order to overcome this, which can be found here: [...] However, this did not solve the compatibility issue I had with Batman: Arkham City.
Summary: The controller looks like PS3 controller, but just changes each button into 1,2,3... However, when I play both FIFA 12 and 13, I find it very hard to mapping the 1,2,3,4 with the button. It seems that 1 and 2 are swapped, 3 and 4 are swapped ... It makes me spent so many time to configure the controller which is very frustrating. I hope there is some driver can solve this problem.
Summary: Let me preface by saying that this seems to be a well-built controller for the price. Playstation gamers will feel at home with the controller design. All was good until my computer started blue screening every couple hours while I used the controller. After doing some research, it seems that for whatever reason the drivers that go with this controller can cause Windows to shut down. Does anyone know a fix for this issue?
Summary: The directional pad is terrible--you have to hold down an arrow PRECISELY in the middle. Otherwise, it'll register as diagonal input. Say you want to crouch, so you hold the Down arrow. If you press the middle of the Down arrow, fine. But if your thumb strays to either side of the Down arrow, it'll register as left/right input, and your character will start running. All without ever touching the Left or Right arrows. Here's an illustration I made: [...
Summary: This controller is alright. although it is built to work well specifically with The game Final Fantasy XIV, it can also function simply as a gamepad. When i received it, I was happy with it, being able to function totally fine with Final Fantasy 8. there is one issue that i ran into with it though. The Right Joystick has been assembled into such a position that it constantly looks down.
Summary: Great graphics, but that is where it ends. I was hoping the NPCs would talk, but it leaves the player to read, read, scroll down, and read. For the amount of time the dialouges appear in cut-scenes, it is like reading scripts of play .. endless scripts. If the NPCs would show emotion with sound, not emotion in mute, the game would have been interesting at the least.