Summary: This is a great controller. I've had it for years with no problems. Once in a great while it needs to be unplugged and plugged back in, but I think that is a windows issue. So why did I dock it a star? Because I wanted another one and the price went up to $50!
Solid, maybe even preferable, alternative to the 360 controller
4 May 2012
Summary: Note: This is only my personal experience, so researching other opinions as well is still a good idea. Everything about the controller feels quite solid, particularly for a PC-centric gamepad, and especially for the price.
What was once bad is now playable and will be great by the end of 2012.
24 March 2012
Summary: This game has gone through a roller coaster ride since its inception back in 2010. This game received a lot of hype and anticipation from its loyal fan base of ffxi and new comers ready to back square enix on this new epic adventure.
Summary: I got this because it was 65% off, only 14 for a 40 dollar controller. I needed something to play Fatal Frame with, and this fits the bill. Plug and play with any game or emulator that supports game pads, and can be used with everything if you use a program like Xpadder.
Summary: This controller is solidly constructed. The weight is decent, the buttons have good feel and response, and the analogs are smooth and stay center. I took a chance on this controller because it had a classic D-Pad, which is the main component I wanted to use.
Summary: I got this because I needed a great controller to play games on my laptop. I also wanted one with vibration. After lots of research and poring over reviews over the internet, I decided on this one. It had all I wanted, plus stellar reviews and also was a great deal at about 13 bucks.
Summary: Pros: -Solid vibration motors for the price. They work well and feel pretty good. -Good design if you're a fan of DualShock controllers. The extended handles feel really good. -Works well with its drivers and with XPadder. ([...