okay I'm trying to switch to PS2 pad because I have a converter that works perfectly for PS2 pads but it pauses and stuff for PS3. So, the only main problem I have with the PS2 pad is the D-pad. It's extremely stiff. Does anyone have any good methods to loosen up the D-pad other than purely through use? --- PSN&XBL: JDM6413 Playing: UMVC3, PSASBR Zero/Taskmaster/Vergil PSA:Dante, Sir Daniel
Usually PS2 pads are stiff, so you have to press pretty hard to get your motion. But as you keep playing, the pad becomes more softer/you get used to it. --- PSN: SolidAbyss 3ds friend code: 1204-0001-5868
Dude, cherish it. I'm getting dumb inputs on my pad now because it's loosened up. I'll get stupid 26 inputs somehow because the dang thing is so loose. --- PSN: TheVeldt;; Lame Enthusiast "Touch Fuzzy, Get Dizzy" -Kromagnum
lol coincidentally I'm starting to switch to my PS2 Pad too, ya know, in the case of me somehow getting to EVO in the future (since PS3 wireless pads are not allowed) --- UMvC3: Felicia (A) / Amaterasu (B) / Strider (Y). Philippines' Felicia and Amaterasu representative. Offline PS2/PS3 pad player with weird configuration.