Besides money, why can't I use my 360 controller...?

#1RahzarXPosted 11/14/2013 7:49:19 PM
I see no reason I need to buy more controllers when the thing is the EXACT same.
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#2xTeKNiQuExPosted 11/14/2013 7:49:55 PM
RahzarX posted...
I see no reason I need to buy more controllers when the thing is the EXACT same.


Because it's not the exact same. Please do research.
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#3Samuel 025Posted 11/14/2013 7:53:12 PM
The same reason you can't use NES on SNES, SNES on N64, N64 on Gamecube, Gamecube on Wii. Wii to Wii U works, though.

PS can't go to PS2, PS2 can't go to PS3, and PS3 doesn't work for PS4.

It's pretty much an industry standard to revamp the controller for the next generation.
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#4AltmadragonPosted 11/14/2013 7:57:09 PM
Samuel 025 posted...
The same reason you can't use NES on SNES, SNES on N64, N64 on Gamecube, Gamecube on Wii. Wii to Wii U works, though.

PS can't go to PS2, PS2 can't go to PS3, and PS3 doesn't work for PS4.

It's pretty much an industry standard to revamp the controller for the next generation.


I count 4 wrongs in this post am I correct?
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#5Samuel 025Posted 11/14/2013 8:03:00 PM
Altmadragon posted...
Samuel 025 posted...
The same reason you can't use NES on SNES, SNES on N64, N64 on Gamecube, Gamecube on Wii. Wii to Wii U works, though.

PS can't go to PS2, PS2 can't go to PS3, and PS3 doesn't work for PS4.

It's pretty much an industry standard to revamp the controller for the next generation.


I count 4 wrongs in this post am I correct?


I counted one incorrect statement. Please show me the other 3 with proof of my mistake.
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#6gumbyxcore99Posted 11/14/2013 8:05:51 PM
There's at least 3 for sure
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#7Samuel 025Posted 11/14/2013 8:06:50 PM
I do appreciate the peer review. I'm sure Darwin loved getting heckled about evolution being false and then not saying why.
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#8DeadLock25Posted 11/14/2013 8:08:51 PM
This is why TC:

"The internal wireless protocol that allows the controller to communicate with the console has been overhauled from the 360 era, replacing a 1.6 megabit per second connection of the old one with a modified WiFi protocol for the new one that enables 20 times the bandwidth which, in turn, Alam said, "allows a whole different variety of different accessories we can build with the controller and around the controller."P

The new proprietary protocol—to be clear, it's not WiFi nor Bluetooth, which Alam said was too slow for their needs—should reduce controller-to-console latency by 20% compared to the old 360 connection. How fast? Alam says that the time from button press on an Xbox One controller to the console receiving the signal should be 9 milliseconds. He believes that is effectively the same as with a wired controller, though he noted that the controllers radio transmitter will be turned off if/when the controller is plugged into the console via a micro-USB cable, allowing signals to be sent strictly through the wire. That, he said, is ideal for competitive play and removes the need for competitive gamers to own a wireless and wired controller."

http://kotaku.com/how-the-xbox-one-controller-has-changed-1109126240
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#9RahzarX(Topic Creator)Posted 11/14/2013 8:10:53 PM
xTeKNiQuEx posted...
RahzarX posted...
I see no reason I need to buy more controllers when the thing is the EXACT same.


Because it's not the exact same. Please do research.


Uhhh it IS the exact same, please do some... research?

http://ca.ign.com/wikis/xbox-one/Xbox_One_Controller

Sorry bud, there is no reason for this. Especially for those of us who are buying it when the Kinect is sold separately.

Microsoft money grab. 200 dollars in controllers and they feel we should spend more.
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#10AltmadragonPosted 11/14/2013 8:13:38 PM
Samuel 025 posted...
Altmadragon posted...
Samuel 025 posted...
The same reason you can't use NES on SNES, SNES on N64, N64 on Gamecube, Gamecube on Wii. Wii to Wii U works, though.

PS can't go to PS2, PS2 can't go to PS3, and PS3 doesn't work for PS4.

It's pretty much an industry standard to revamp the controller for the next generation.


I count 4 wrongs in this post am I correct?


I counted one incorrect statement. Please show me the other 3 with proof of my mistake.


Mmk here goes...

I'm not sure but I believe there was a nes to snes adapter

The wii can use GC controllers like Nearly every one who played one knows this...

The first dual shock controller came out for ps1 (shocker) an was compatible along with the original for ps2

Ps2 controller is also compatible with ps3 using a adapter

An ps3 motion controller is compatible with ps4

So there, the more you know
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