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: 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: Currently using this controller as a PC gaming controller, and it works and feels great! Playing FF7 PC (re-release) and it controls just fine. The cord is long, but I just keep it bundled up. I also didn't have to go hunt the drivers down, my computer (Windows 7) auto-installed them.
Summary: Just make sure you don't install the drivers for it and lets windows automatically install the drivers. If you install the drivers from the snakebyte website it will cause you to get random BSOD.
Summary: Although the cons seem kind of bad, they will all be fixed with 2.0, and after playing for about a month I don't even notice them anymore. Also with 2.0, they are adding new classes/races, new spells, new abilities, higher level cap, and plenty of other things to do. Its gonna be awesome! I recommend this game for any final fantasy fan and anyone who has enjoyed WOW or other MMO's.
Pros: This game is really fun to play. I didn't have to deal with the issues that it had when it came out, but as it functions now it is a very fun game. That is saying a lot from someone who has trouble finishing games because I get bored and stop playing them. The graphics are downright sexy. The amount of classes and jobs give you a lot of choices to make and a lot of things to do.
Cons: There are a few bugs that they haven't worked out yet. For example, the targeting is horrid without a mouse. You'll try to target something in front of you thats beating your face in and your character will try to target an enemy halfway across the map... Also the few times that I've died when our healer (white mage) had a glitch where they couldn't cure anyone.
Summary: I had an old Alienware Dual Shock controller for years but it finally seems to be out of date enough for me to purchase another one, so I grab this baby here. It works like a charm for both FFXIV and FFXI. I don't play either game anymore but it works just as well for other games and emulators too. It's a great buy for a ridiculously cheap price and I think everyone who wants a dual shock controller should go ahead and pick this up.
Summary: Yes this controller works with mac, I bought it to use with emulators an its works perfectly with, sixtyforce, snes9x, virtual boy, buttons and analog sticks are crisp and responsive just what I needed.
Summary: Very useful and good game-pad for the same price as one logitech F310 I bought 2 pieces of Snakebyte FF XIV (with vibrating feature)! The service is also great the package arrived in time! Thank you seller!