Bhelliom wrote:Don't forget that the cat probably knows EXACTLY what it is doing is is most likely just screwing with you. You know, for CAT SCIENCE!
SexyTalon wrote:Especially for that thing I forbid us from discussing in Rule 5C because it's just too much of a grey area. You need a gamepad for that.
Endless Mike wrote:I use an XBox 360 wireless controller with the dongle thing. Works well for me since I'm used to it. If you have Bluetooth, there's a driver you can get to use PS3 controllers, as well.
New User wrote:My friends and I use the Logitech Dual Action. It's almost identical in design to a Playstation controller, and it uses a USB cable. I like it a lot, but I only wish the D-Pad were identical to the Playstation's D-Pad (which is pretty much the only significant difference). Instead, it's like the D-Pad on the XBox controllers. I don't know how to describe it very well, but on a Playstation controller there is such a strong and definite difference between left/right/up/down, and I can feel the difference easily with my thumb. On this Logitech, the D-Pad is round and there's not always a very solid difference in the feel of left/right/up/down. Since it's round, the tip of my thumb can be on the edge of the D-Pad but if I don't apply the pressure of my thumb just right, I could accidentally rock the round part to the top or bottom. So often I accidentally press a diagonal direction when I am just trying to press a single direction. Like I said, it's hard to describe, maybe you'd just have to experience it. I have the exact same problem trying to play old-style platformers with an XBox controller, but I don't recall ever having this problem with a cross-shaped D-Pad like and NES, Super NES, or Playstation controller.
Meaux_Pas wrote:We're here to go above and beyond.
of being an arsehole
New User wrote:Does anyone have any experience with a program like JoyToKey? It maps gamepad buttons to keyboard keys, to make your gamepad compatible with flash games and others. I have heard that there are several ways to do this, and I was wondering if anyone can recommend a program to use that doesn't have any glaring flaws. I haven't tried JoyToKey or any other yet.
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