Superb Controller with sign of wear after 1 1/2 years none-stop.
13 March 2015
Summary: Absolutely love this controller! I like knowing verge comfortably feel on my hands when I'm playing FFXIV. buttons, joysticks and handle is flawless. Had my first controller close to a year and a half and till now it's showing wear but it's vastly better then other controllers in the market.
Summary: The current price of this gamepad ($59.99??? Seriously?) has got to be a joke. When I purchased it at $14.99, I thought it was a great pad at an excellent value. The analog sticks respond perfectly, the d-pad has a good feel and the buttons have excellent feedback.
Summary: Works great. Too bad my computer doesn't support the game lol Loved that it's plug and play. The price I paid was 9$. I can't believe the price has increased so much. Still probably worth the money though.
Summary: I really like this controller. I actually bought it for Final Fantasy XI and don't have much intention of moving on to FFXIV. What I liked most was that force feedback/vibration worked when my two previous PS2/PS3 controller adapter solutions never had a vibration mode recognizable by FFXI's ancient...
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Summary: I had an old Alienware Dual Shock controller for years but it finally seems to be out of date enough for me to purchase another one, so I grab this baby here.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.
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.