Controllers

Luis Murphy
Luis Murphy

Let's talk controllers.

What's your favourite controller?
What's your favourite controller gimmick?
What's your favourite button layout?
What's your favourite stick layout?
What do you think of expansion ports on controllers, such as the Dreamcast's one?
What do you think of programmable controllers, like the Steam controller?
What do you think of wagglan controllers, such as the Wiimote or Vive controllers?
Do you use any special controllers, such as for fighting or flight sim games?
Can you think of a good idea that should be implemented into a controller?

Keyboards, mice and trackballs are welcome.

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youtube.com/watch?v=6Gzj0f9SrBs

Asher Mitchell
Asher Mitchell

The only real, exclusive use for controllers are 3d platformers. Even as a kid I found them awkward on other games

Lincoln Foster
Lincoln Foster

Xbox 360 has the best layout. Ps2 is my overall favorite. M&K are still king. Gamecube controller needed an extra z button and a bigger cstick and dpad. And i still need a fight stick for tekken.

Adrian Clark
Adrian Clark

Mouse + Keyboard is my favorite way to game.

I still have a soft-spot for the PS2/PS3 controller designs. I like the feel in my hand a lot more than Xbox controllers, which I can't stand.

Dylan Nelson
Dylan Nelson

What's your favourite controller?
Robot dick attached to a box.

Lincoln Thompson
Lincoln Thompson

What's your favourite controller?
Dualshock 4 is a decent multi-purpose controller for PC.
What's your favourite controller gimmick?
I dunno. Gyros?
What's your favourite button layout?
Diamond.
What's your favourite stick layout?
Symmetrical.
What do you think of expansion ports on controllers, such as the Dreamcast's one?
Kinda stupid.
What do you think of programmable controllers, like the Steam controller?
Haptic touchpads are shit & you can manipulate the input of most controllers easily with 3rd party software.
What do you think of wagglan controllers, such as the Wiimote or Vive controllers?
It's okay. Provides better aiming than a shitty joystick.
Do you use any special controllers, such as for fighting or flight sim games?
No.
Can you think of a good idea that should be implemented into a controller?
A good d-pad seems rare in modern controllers.

Cooper Gonzalez
Cooper Gonzalez

this will be completed in your lifetime

Julian Roberts
Julian Roberts

That concept art looks like Jojo stands

Matthew James
Matthew James

toughest controller ever made….
you know when you bought Robotron2084 it came with a plastic holder so you could use two of these at once….ah the early days

Jaxon Thomas
Jaxon Thomas

Out of all of the Gen 8 & 7 controllers, which would you recommend? I'm trying to decide which to get for my PC

Anthony Cox
Anthony Cox

What's your favourite controller?
Snes and genesis 6 buttons. PS1&2 are ok. Everything after that generation can give me hand cramps. Then again I'm not much of a modern console dude.
What's your favourite controller gimmick?
Rapidfire auto mode, that doesn't seem to be applicable much these days thankfully, but it was somewhat neat back then.
What's your favourite button layout?
Depends on the type of controller and input device.
What's your favourite stick layout?
StreetFighter2 arcade style, control stick on left, not ball top but tear drop shaped thingamajigger, 3 top row 3 bottom row button layout.
What do you think of expansion ports on controllers, such as the Dreamcast's one?
I only used it at a friends house, never had one myself so can't say much about it.
What do you think of programmable controllers, like the Steam controller?
Never tried one out yet.
What do you think of wagglan controllers, such as the Wiimote or Vive controllers?
Meh, it has some potential but I kinda want to see more games and better application for it. All the stuff that I was interested in never seemed to really got it perfectly. I'd rather they bring back a lot more light gun games or incorporate that wagglan stuff into a new light gun type game.
Do you use any special controllers, such as for fighting or flight sim games?
Joystick for some flight sim a looong time ago.
Can you think of a good idea that should be implemented into a controller?
Give me a new TimeCrisis, House of the Dead type fun lightgun game, with force feedback tech to simulate recoil and wagglan to "duck" into an obviously non real looking but non faggy gun controller.

Jaxon Lopez
Jaxon Lopez

favorite controller
SNES controller

favorite controller gimmick
I forget the name but those shoulder buttons with pressure sensitivity. Sure they're common now but Nintendo hasn't used them since the GameCube.

favorite button layout
—X—
Y—-A
—B—

favorite stick layout
Xbox. The Dualshock layout just feels awkward for me.

expansion ports
If they're meaningful and they're good, like on the Xbox 360 and Xbone's.

programmable controllers
Haven't used one and I don't really care

wagglan
Terrible unless it's gyro in a normal controller

special controllers
pic related

good controller ideas
those scrolling shoulder buttons on Nintendo's one patent. If it had pressure shoulder buttons too it'd be god-tier

Owen Johnson
Owen Johnson

What's your favorite controller?
I have several. Saturn pad (US2/JP1), Neo Geo AES stick, NES, Genesis 3 button, Madcatz Gamecube pad, DualShock 4. Depends on the game being played.

What's your favorite controller gimmick?
Crosspad.

What's your favorite button layout?
Diamond or 2x3 is fine with me.

What's your favorite stick layout?
I guess DualShock.

What do you think of expansion ports on controllers, such as the Dreamcast's one?
When put to good use, brilliant.

What do you think of programmable controllers, like the Steam controller?
No opinion.

What do you think of wagglan controllers, such as the Wiimote or Vive controllers?
Should have been an option, not the standard.

Do you use any special controllers, such as for fighting or flight sim games?
I don't play games much anymore, so the only funky controllers I use might be the number pad for the Atari 2600.

Can you think of a good idea that should be implemented into a controller?
MicroSD slot for saving personal profile and configuration data, so that it could be moved to a stick, pad, or gimmick controller? Have your game system profile follow you when you bring your controller to friends' houses.

Thomas Anderson
Thomas Anderson

background became black for no reason
I fucking hate using GIMP Jesus Christ

Eli Jackson
Eli Jackson

Blue N64 controller, the plastic felt much sturdier when I was younger. Especially when I ran that 5 foot extension for the cable

Rumble Pack

diamond?

One analogue stick and one digital input

gimmicky

Why you would use a "special" controller for steam is beyond me

fucking complete trash

Nope

Penis

FUCKING TELL ME N64 HAD THE WORST CONTROLLER, I DARE YOU

Samuel King
Samuel King

its because you made an image without transparency, obviously

Jack Robinson
Jack Robinson

I think it's because I tried to post a copied transparent image. I don't know why, but you have to export .PNGs for transparency to work rather than copying them to your clipboard. I always forget that.

Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill

what's its name?

Easton Lewis
Easton Lewis

「OCULAR RIFT」
I'm bad at thinking of stand names

Robert Bennett
Robert Bennett

『 REDCHANIT』

Jace Bell
Jace Bell

DualShock 4
Has anyone come up with a way to get the controller to work without installing InputMapper or something? Not that it's a big annoyance, but if I ever change operating systems or something it's going to be a real pain in the ass configuring it again.

Of course these days I mostly just game on a keyboard, except when I'm playing Ultra Street Fighter IV or pinball or something.

John Jackson
John Jackson

Linux has drivers for the dualshock 4 past 3.* versions which means most of the distributions should work unless it's a very old release. it just works

Nathaniel Hall
Nathaniel Hall

What's your favourite controller?
I suppose the Dualshock controller. It felt so amazing using that for the first time. I'm pretty sure I bought some games just because they supported it.

What's your favourite controller gimmick?
Rumble. Sony was fucking nuts to take it away for motion garbage. (I could swear it used to be stronger too.)

What's your favourite button layout?
The Genesis/Rev2 Saturn six face buttons, I guess?

What's your favourite stick layout?
Xbox 360

What do you think of expansion ports on controllers, such as the Dreamcast's one?
Dreamcasts was awesome. N64 not so much.

What do you think of programmable controllers, like the Steam controller?
I've yet to use the Steam controller, but I look forward to trying it and that expensive Xbone one.

What do you think of wagglan controllers, such as the Wiimote or Vive controllers?
They have their uses, but every Wii shoul've came with a pro controller. Normal games need normal controllers.

Do you use any special controllers, such as for fighting or flight sim games?
I used to buy multi-taps for just about every system that had one. You young shits wouldn't understand, since everything supports 4 players out of the box now, but I suppose local multiplayer is pretty much dead now anyway.

Can you think of a good idea that should be implemented into a controller?
It would've been interesting if Microsoft's message pad was just part of the controller, so devs could map the keys and text chat was a prominent part of many online console games as well as voice.

Jason Parker
Jason Parker

i've very quickly become a big fan of the dualshock 4, especially using it on my PC, its actually better on PC than it is ps4 becuase you can map the share button to something on PC. the d-pad on the dualshock 2 might have been a bit better but the DS4 still gets the job done for mid-level fighting game playing and anything else that needs a d-pad

i use a shitty old ass keyboard that still has a fucking Dell logo and a g500 mouse, both are due for an upgrade

Bentley Rodriguez
Bentley Rodriguez

i like the Xbone controller most, even tho i use it on pc when i play games like DMC 3/4, MGR & Dragons Dogma.

i do have a flight stick with pedals, never use them tho would be cool with a VR headset

Luis Flores
Luis Flores

I broke my controller in rage playing Pacman Championship. What controllers do you recommend for PC?

Andrew Nelson
Andrew Nelson

Xanax might help you control yourself.

Chase Hernandez
Chase Hernandez

Most stands are named after songs so…

Considering how Carmack's a part of Oculus, how about…

『AT DOOM'S GATE』

…or maybe any one of these songs?
doom.wikia.com/wiki/Doom_music
doom.wikia.com/wiki/Doom_II_music

Lincoln Rodriguez
Lincoln Rodriguez

I recommend a fighting stick.

Joshua Miller
Joshua Miller

But i'm terrible at fighting games (except for classic KI), and i usually don't play that genre. Mostly for emulation.

Angel Torres
Angel Torres

Here's a question for you guys. I've been thinking about changing up my vidya playing by using a joystick and keyboard instead of a mouse and keyboard. Am I completely insane?

Joshua Martin
Joshua Martin

or get a hitbox
or a keyboard
literally anything but a pad with no buttons

Easton James
Easton James

you should try a trackball mouse

Jeremiah Davis
Jeremiah Davis

Steam controller is good for that. Not as good as a mouse, but better than analog sticks.

Nicholas Gray
Nicholas Gray

If you're such a nigger that you actually throw controllers, then I'd suggest a gamecube controller for everything possible.

Kayden Reed
Kayden Reed

This is the comfiest emulator controller for games that don't require sticks in existence holy fuck.

Jose King
Jose King

nah nig, the original dualshock is. if the d-pad was mechanical sony would have the best d-pad in existence

Gabriel Brooks
Gabriel Brooks

the original dualshock
The Jap Saturn is, but the OG Dualshock is great too, but i much, much prefer the original stick-less controller, its d-pad was tight as hell, shame Sony never made it again and relied with the mushy one

Xavier Hill
Xavier Hill

Has anyone experiment with using a controller with one hand touching the d-pad and a mouse on the other?

Henry Ortiz
Henry Ortiz

I've done something similar with the analog stick and mouse. Used to use that setup to play TF2 Soldier. It kinda works, but doesn't bring much to the table aside from being able to walk slowly, and that's not much of a deal on the second slowest class.

Josiah Reed
Josiah Reed

Im not sure what game would benefit from that though.

Kevin Brooks
Kevin Brooks

I just wanted to use the d-pad to move and the mouse to aim in Hotline Miami.

Logan Reed
Logan Reed

Wasd is probably the best for that, and i like the extra keys the keyboard gives me. Dpad seems pointless.

Landon Howard
Landon Howard

I have a tenancy to press the wrong buttons. I had to do a workaround to play Grim Fandango (the original) on the PS3 controller because of the tank controls.

Hudson Thomas
Hudson Thomas

FUCKING TELL ME N64 HAD THE WORST CONTROLLER, I DARE YOU
N64 controller is perfect if you have three hands.

Sebastian Walker
Sebastian Walker

There are programs that let you bind pad buttons to keys. Joy2key is a really old one, but there are probably better ones nowadays. Use that to bind WASD or the arrow keys to the dpad.

Isaiah Thompson
Isaiah Thompson

I tried that but the game automatically detects the Xbox 360 controller and switches to Xbox 360 mode.

Luke Garcia
Luke Garcia

DS3, DS4, 360, XBONE
Which gamepad is the best out of all 4? In terms of quality and PC compatibility.

Brody Smith
Brody Smith

DS3 in terms of PC compatibility, XBONE is actually pretty good in terms of quality.

Nicholas Campbell
Nicholas Campbell

any chance DS4 will overtake DS3?

Jeremiah Sanders
Jeremiah Sanders

You might want to consider the Wii U Pro + Mayflash adapter
Same buttons as the 360
Can flip the buttons to Xbox style instead of Nintendo style
Can choose between DInput and XInput
Stick layout is good for clawing the right side, because you can use a finger on the stick for the camera.
Rock solid
No analog triggers though

Easton Reyes
Easton Reyes

I can't really think of any games where analog triggers were actually necessary anyways. I'll consider a WiiU Pro

Carson James
Carson James

XBONE is actually pretty good in terms of quality.

Daniel Perry
Daniel Perry

I'm talking about the average controller, not the elite.

Chase Myers
Chase Myers

i just want this meme to end

Joshua Kelly
Joshua Kelly

Saturn gamepad
expansions a la Wii. Not implemented the best way, but still neat
6 face buttons
on the same horizontal plane or only one
worked perfectly fine for what it did. not every console needs it though
don't care. buttons are buttons.
No More Heroes was a great game, and RE4 played great with lightgun controls
no, i really want a wheel though
scroll wheel bumpers, use a mouse for look with analog movement, grip sensors, analog triggers that don't slide, locking switch button (for manually switching on a stealth or zoom mode)

Jacob Martin
Jacob Martin

source on that video?

Ian Jenkins
Ian Jenkins

youtube.com/watch?v=6Gzj0f9SrBs

Christian Murphy
Christian Murphy

My plain original xbone pad has lasted me over two years now. Only two issues- wear around the thumbsticks and the 360 pad feels like garbage in my hands now.

Ethan James
Ethan James

This son of a bitch.

Joshua Rivera
Joshua Rivera

Also, Vive controller is not wagglan, it's 1:1 hand tracking. Ever used a drawing tablet? It's the same except in 3d.

Thomas Diaz
Thomas Diaz

I guess OP had a whole survey of shit to answer.

Favorite: Nintendo DS

Best "gimmick": lightgun aiming

Best button layout: the traditional diamond is still the best but I've always imagined that reducing to a triangle of three buttons would be even better.

Best stick layout: Both on top. Having the sticks in the most natural positions for your thumbs because of the precision that they require really does work best.

Expansion ports: gimmicky shit

What do you think of programmable controllers, like the Steam controller?
Steam controller is pure cancer, but I imagine someone will make a quality fully remappable controller someday.

I never really had a game experience with waggle that I could consider to be satisfying and reliable.

Special limited-use controllers always felt like a big waste of money.

Good idea: Reducing the number of face buttons to a maximum of three and moving inputs to the back of the controller where the rest of your fingers reside.

Gabriel Harris
Gabriel Harris

Twilight Zone?

Jace Scott
Jace Scott

razer has a gaming pad with a few keys and an analog stick to the side for your thumb. probably crap but i like the concept and wish there were more like it

David Ramirez
David Ramirez

I own it.
It's just a 4-switch 8-way pad with an analog hat so its more difficult to hit the switches you want.
It's a shittier version of the Belkin Nostromo, but it's the only decent rip-off of such device that is still in production.

It requires you to always have the Razer Synapse shitware running if you want to configure the keys and use them that way, like changing out the capslock key for the G key, or the ""analog pad"" for 1,2,3,4.
Using the device without Razer Synapse running makes it use the default configuration.
The old Nostromos could remember the configuration within the hardware, you didn't need any services or software running in the background.

It does remove the Nostromo's useless mousewheel and puts an extra key in it's place, so that's a plus.

Luke Diaz
Luke Diaz

My favorite, for no reason, I just like it.

need to hurry up and convert one for PC

Caleb Gray
Caleb Gray

One thing I learned after digging into designing equipment, is that it's not difficult to make, not at all. The hardest part is making a shell, you either have to cast plastic or to 3d-print it (which'll result in shit quality). I personally, in addition to that, can machine parts out of aluminum because I own a mill.

It really applies to everything - making electronics, making hardware, even making automobiles - you just need the right tools and materials.

William Moore
William Moore

I would like it more if the black and white buttons were where the bumpers are on thr 360 controller.

Juan Thomas
Juan Thomas

I agree, hell there would be quite a few changes I'd make to it. At the end of the day, I'd just like a slightly modified shell with new hardware in it.

Elijah Cruz
Elijah Cruz

You could always try to get gud. Who knows, you could find a fighting game you like.

Cameron Robinson
Cameron Robinson

Everyone seems to think expansion ports are gimicky as shit on controllers, but I kind of liked them. Isn't it cool that when you buy your memory card you're also getting something that will make sure player two doesn't look at your cards or what plays you're picking in NFL Blitz? Even little things like seeing your heartbeat or whatever in Code Veronica felt cool. I kind of hope that as a natural progression the touchpad in the DS4 turns into a touch screen. If it can function the same and they figure the battery out right might as well.

Thomas Thomas
Thomas Thomas

someone read otherland

Cameron Ward
Cameron Ward

the nostromo looks like it was perfect. too bad about the synapse software.

i've got basic shop skills so that almost sounds appealing to try at this point.

have any projects to share with us?

Andrew Young
Andrew Young

As far as PC controllers go, I only ever made one arcade controller.

The process is pretty straightforward:
1) design shape
You don't have to make a room for all the electronic shit on the inside, if you're OK with a breakout box and considerably thick cable. Otherwise, make sure to make room for a PCB. They can be arbitrarily cut, but it must have at least enough room for a processor and soldering pads for leads from your buttons, or plugs if you prefer that, but they take up more space, and more importantly, they take up volume whereas soldering pads are flat. Recommended processor is some of STM32 line w/ USB support, you obviously gonna need that.
2) make the shell.
3) make a PCB. Making a proper PCB for SMD parts is a pain in the ass due to how tiny everything is and that it has to be flawless, so don't expect to get a good PCB on the first try.
4) solder your shit onto PCB. Depending on processor electric specs, you can get away with as little as the processor itself and a small handful of resistors and diodes.
5) program a processor to work as a HID USB gamepad. It can also be a composite device as keyboard/gamepad/mouse whatever really, can even include SD card drive. And program it to output USB data based on input on the buttons. There are plenty of examples online.

And that's pretty much it. Luckily milling machine can also make PCBs so I can get arbitrarily fine PCB on the first try.

Aaron Hughes
Aaron Hughes

Based CrowbCat. His video shitting on GTAV still pisses off casuals to this day.

Henry Gomez
Henry Gomez

80%

ma niga

Ian Johnson
Ian Johnson

good info, thanks. i don't see anywhere online to get console style buttons and controls so i'm assuming you'd just take them from another controller and wire them

Isaiah King
Isaiah King

just buy a damn premade pcb and avoid all this hassle, i can predict you will spend far more time getting that pcb done yourself than doing any other piece on the joystick.

Jason Martin
Jason Martin

What the shit is that disc it looks like the controller forgot to render the dpad.

I love my xbone controller on pc but jesus is that video scary, $150 and they can't quality test?

Lucas Hughes
Lucas Hughes

Can you think of a good idea that should be implemented into a controller?
What do you guys think of this?

David Hall
David Hall

Anyone who doesn't have bitch hands automatically prefers this controller. It's just fact.

Sonyggers need not respond.

Benjamin Hill
Benjamin Hill

What does a perfect controller need?

two clickable sticks
nonshit clickable 8 direction dpad
4 face buttons
4 shoulder buttons
comfortable ergonomics
wireless and wired options
built in gyro

Anything other than this is just extraneous gimmicky crap.
Gyro might be gimmicky but Splatoon has taught me this is down right fucking fantastic for trying to aim fps on a controller, even if it still doesn't compare to mouse/kb.

Angel Young
Angel Young

clickable sticks
Kill yourself.

Xavier Price
Xavier Price

10 to 24 face buttons
its dimensions is like a slim ps2
ALL YOU NEED

Benjamin Gray
Benjamin Gray

Dreamcast controller was probably the best controller overall. Good analog stick that never broke on me, good controller design for the hands and not too big (the Xbox and Xbox 360 controllers took a lot of design elements from the Dreamcast controller like the trigger buttons), D-pad that is really good like Nintendo's D-pads, and doesn't have any wonky design elements with the button placement like the N64 and Gamecube controllers had in the similar era. The only downside is that for there to be a vibration function you had to buy an accessory and stick it in like you would a VMU memory card, but that's not too big of a deal. I'm neutral on the controller cord being on the bottom of the controller instead of the top like about every other wired controller had.

Kayden Peterson
Kayden Peterson

Good luck finding a premade that supports more than 12 buttons, let alone being programmable.
I already told you, you use 3d printer or cast plastic into molds. You can alternatively use a fucking wood, that works too. For triggering, you have an option of microswitches, leaf switches and rubber pads. For keyboard buttons you should be able to readily find spare keys of required shape and switches of any sort.

Connor Clark
Connor Clark

Instead of a gaming-specific PCB there's always the Teensy 2.0. It's an Arduino that can send USB keyboard, mouse and game controller signals. It's also cheaper than the official thing although Arduino clones are even cheaper.
Stick it in a breadboard, connect buttons and sticks to it with wires and you should be fine. Analogs require two potentiometers per stick, and 1 button if you want it to be clicky. Add little capacitors to debounce the buttons, so they don't give ghost inputs.
Embed related is for a MIDI controller, but it's the same idea.

Eli Stewart
Eli Stewart

Where's a Jon Jafari condescending face when you need one?

It's actually pretty comfy in your hands. It's still a shitty gimmick

Oliver Martinez
Oliver Martinez

Thank you user

Cooper Morales
Cooper Morales

Best controller
No, different controllers adjust better to specific games.
Gamecube's controller was very comfy in games like Metroid Prime.
Even general purpose like controllers like the Xbox 360 would feel non optimal in such games.

Now, I do feel that the Xbox controller for windows works well with most games. I like the way your hands cover the controller, it feels natural.

I have used the PS controller for stuff like Dragon's Crown and no matter what configuration I use, I keep feeling something's odd.

David Reyes
David Reyes

Gamecube's controller was very comfy in games like Metroid Prime.
Until your finger falls off from gripping the left trigger so much.

Josiah Garcia
Josiah Garcia

The Gamecube's face button layout is objectively inferior to the classic diamond at least.

I feel like analog triggers are always terrible for precision rapid input as well.

Nolan Reed
Nolan Reed

I prefer Xbox controllers. Dualshocks, even the DS4, usually feel too small and uncomfortable for my big hands.

Connor Robinson
Connor Robinson

You didn't always needed to completely press the L & R buttons.

In Metroid Prime the big Green button was Fire, a button you used every 2 seconds or so.
Red button was jumping. This made a lot of sense and worked fine.
X & Y were gray because you rarely used them. I believe one was used for missiles, which you certainly didn't use -WHILE- firing.

Noah Jones
Noah Jones

What's your favourite controller?
Original XBox controller, the one made for man hands.
What's your favourite controller gimmick?
N64, it was a solid implementation of analog stick and trigger but they got D-pad / stick placement all wrong.
What's your favourite button layout?
What's your favourite stick layout?
I don't even get these questions, every decent controller has basically the same layout.
What do you think of expansion ports on controllers, such as the Dreamcast's one?
I liked the memory / rumble pack for the N64 as it was experimental at the time but every controller since should have that shit built in.
What do you think of programmable controllers, like the Steam controller?
I would need to own one and have played around with it a lot to have an opinion worth sharing.
What do you think of wagglan controllers, such as the Wiimote or Vive controllers?
I fucking love the Vive controllers, they are so much better than I was expecting.
Do you use any special controllers, such as for fighting or flight sim games?
HOTAS warthog + basic rudder pedals.
Can you think of a good idea that should be implemented into a controller?
Trim, give all analog sticks the option to be trimmed on the controller itself.

David Anderson
David Anderson

I believe one was used for missiles, which you certainly didn't use -WHILE- firing.
You did actually if you wanted rapid fire.

Nathaniel Peterson
Nathaniel Peterson

I wanna fuck that B button

Owen Morris
Owen Morris

I meant the scrolling shoulder buttons.

Joseph Baker
Joseph Baker

Oh, I remember that.
Pretty sure that was a non-documented but intentionally developed thing, like walljumping.

Camden Turner
Camden Turner

In prime you do. Locking on is essential.

Nathaniel Mitchell
Nathaniel Mitchell

what keyboard is that and how much is it?

Connor Baker
Connor Baker

Looks like a wasdkeyboard

Josiah Lewis
Josiah Lewis

The Pokken Tournament controller is an excellent generic USB controller for PC, been emulatan Crash Bandicoot with it.

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