Summary: let's begin with the good things about the controller, is pretty comfortable, it fits nicely in your hands, the trigger buttons L1 L2 R1 R2 are design nicely, were the L 1 and R1 buttons are spaced out nicely and raise a little bit compared to the L 2 and R2, all of the buttons on the controller have a nice feel to them, the best thing about this controller is the D pad which is great!
Summary: I bought this controller a while back when it was on discount. I liked the way it looked and I wanted a PC controller. I do not play Final Fantasy on my computer, although I've played the games on console. Anyway, I meant to mostly play it with Skyrim. When I went to install it, there were no drivers, so my computer didn't know what to do with it. The manual said to go to the website, but the official website for the US does not have the drivers listed for download.
Not a terrible product but you get what you pay for...
26 May 2013
Summary: I ordered two of these controllers and one is still working fine. The others right toggle button got stuck over to one side within an hour after beginning to use it so now its pretty much useless. Im hoping that the one that broke was just a faulty item and not the norm. Otherwise the controllers feel fairly well built and play well in games and aren't that complicated to configure. So, as long as you don't get a "faulty one" like I did, I do recommend this item.
Summary: I bought the controller over a year ago, and it has held up perfectly under moderate use. Unfortunately, it has proved impossible for me to find a way (through emulators, etc.) to get Steam to recognize this controller due to some issues with xinput vs. directinput. This is a pretty big deal to me since many of the PC games I would want to use a gamepad with are on Steam. A solid controller, but not if you want to play Castle Crashers.
Summary: This thing works just fine, I like the shape, its more comfortable than the regular PS2 controller. It was working perfectly, but when I started playing Street Fighter x Tekken I found some problems with the Numbpad, just didn't work well enough had to switch to Keyboard.
Summary: i havent ben able to get any controller of this cind to work with any pc i have ever had this one was no exception it was new in the box but after buying it i remebered something that could have saved me money this specific controler was not desighned for ever computer and every game ...
Summary: Just got it, feels nice and most of the buttons work. All the buttons work but the RS doesn't, no matter how many times I remap the controller in team fortress 2 the controller will not work right. The drivers didn't install right from the start and snakebytes website is down so there is no way to fix it. I also plugged it into my PS3, the system knew it was there and in the menu it work fine, but NBA 2k12 didn't know it was there and I couldn't use it.
Summary: So let's begin with the pros, and some of these may have been mentioned by others: Inexpensive, non-shoddy construction. The analog sticks have a great "click" when pressed, and the face buttons have a distinct depressed feel. Also, I am a big fan of the very long cable, too. The analog sticks snap straight back to the center upon release. The resistance of my two sticks are slightly different, but it's near negligible.
Summary: Great controller. Down on the d-pad stopped working correctly after a couple months. I've come to expect this with every single controller though....Ordering a new one. This is the 4th controller I've been through this year. It's getting old. Someone make a decent controller please...