>Doubting about getting a wired XBox 360 controller for 30€ since I don't...

Joseph Robinson
Joseph Robinson

Doubting about getting a wired XBox 360 controller for 30€ since I don't have a proper one for pc gaming
Planning to play Jet Set Radio, castlevania's (AM2R the first), SEGA Mega Drive and Genesis Classics
<I have tose on Steam so no need for buying them
Planning on Trying Dark Souls, Bastion
<Not really into hardcore platformers or driving games in general, only fighting games I would play are Rivals of Aether and Skullgirls, can use GC controller too
Any other games worth playing? Was thinking about playing Hack n' Slash (Bayoneta 1 any good?) and games like the ones I mentioned before
(pic unrelated, New Vegas is better with k&m)

Justin Long
Justin Long

I'd recommend a controller with a decent Dpad for AM2R. 360 controller is find for most modern games but you'll want a good dpad for AM2R & other 2d platformers/metroidvania games.

I've been using a Dualshock 3 controller myself.

John Kelly
John Kelly

BUY SKYRIM GOY OF THE YEAR EDITION TODAY AND GET YOUR NEW COPY OF FALLOUT 4 GOY OF THE YEAR EDITION FOR THE SAME PRICE TODAY

Nathaniel Perry
Nathaniel Perry

Fuck off Todd

James Morris
James Morris

Fuck my ass, Tood

Jack Gomez
Jack Gomez

Get one of the PDP Xbox One controllers if you prefer. They're a hell of a lot cheaper and are wired USB. If you're going to play 2D games though, I'd suggest one of these. They're not cheap, but they're pretty much tailor made for emulation purposes.

Connor Sullivan
Connor Sullivan

Is that a switch that changes the d-pad input from hat switch to x/y axis?

Josiah Gutierrez
Josiah Gutierrez

It switches between the D-pad being interpreted as a D-pad and it being interpreted as left stick. Some games are hard-coded for one or the other.

Bentley Sullivan
Bentley Sullivan

Yeah that's what I mean. That sounds really useful, some games need xpadder or some other remapping software to even use the d-pad normally.

Josiah Hughes
Josiah Hughes

The DS4 has to be the best dpad for modern controlers, they usally go on sale on best buy and if you have windows all you need is ds4windows.

Sebastian Clark
Sebastian Clark

Just did! It's my new favorite game to play with all my friends™

Jaxson Stewart
Jaxson Stewart

forgot picture

Charles Nguyen
Charles Nguyen

Honestly if he's gonna buy an HORI pad for general use might as well go with the EDGE-301, at-least dealing with things that need sticks won't be shit and you don't sacrifice the useful stuff from the pad you showed.

That or a DS4 with DS4windows.

Ethan Robinson
Ethan Robinson

Do you have steam installed or any other xinput gamepad mapper?

Henry Phillips
Henry Phillips

I never use ds4windows because games if support ds4 already have support for it, and if they don't its easier to use x360ce.

Hudson King
Hudson King

four face buttons

Cameron Perez
Cameron Perez

That has basically no use outside of fighting games.

Parker Mitchell
Parker Mitchell

And, y'know, Genesis and Saturn games. Especially the latter. But hey, keep shilling the 2-hour battery life meme controller.

Noah Cox
Noah Cox

And, y'know, Genesis and Saturn games
You know you can remap those two additional face button and that most of the time it works better right?

But hey, keep shilling the 2-hour battery life meme controller.
being that hung up on hte fact that I mentioned the DS4 as a secondary chouice
Better than having a controller you can't use properly for most games.

Brody Cruz
Brody Cruz

PC
games on PC
Ever needing a controller with dual analog sticks on PC
Not just using a mouse and keyboard

Luis Lee
Luis Lee

Ever needing a controller with dual analog sticks on PC
Not just using a mouse and keyboard
what is emulation.
what are 3D beat-em-up
what are racing games when you're not full autsimo

Anthony Roberts
Anthony Roberts

I do have Steam, but haven't actually used Big Picture. There's a repo-like thing for controllers, is it for any controller or just Steam's? (In case game doesn't support it)

Lucas Stewart
Lucas Stewart

I have a 360 controller. It's decent and seems to be the standard for PC gaymin controllers. Recently I switched to DS4, it's my new favorite but requires mapping programs for a lot of games.
is my nigger. I thought I was the only person who owned one. it's pretty perfect for 2D games.

Christian Thompson
Christian Thompson

Are there any controller emulators out there?

I mean, I've got three controllers - a DS4, 360, and Xbox One. The Xbox One I have hooked up to my PC. The 360 controller is used on my laptop. My DS4 I swap out between my PS4 and SteamLink on the TV.

Problem is, when I start up most games and emulators, they want one input or another - most of them don't have profiles and I'm too lazy to reconfigure all of my emulators and games each time I play.

Is there a software controller I can configure all of my emulators and games to use - which then translates inputs from whatever controller I use, from wherever I use it from, into Xinput or whatever standardized input.

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