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2 years ago#11
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Drelkag posted...
360 controller - ... all modern games just work with it.
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User Info: TheNeoVoid

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2 years ago#13
Wireless Wii U Pro controller. Dat 80 hour battery life.
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User Info: castrejon04

castrejon04
2 years ago#14
TheNeoVoid posted...
Wireless Wii U Pro controller. Dat 80 hour battery life.


Whoa, nice. Is it easy to get it to work on a PC?
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User Info: GTANiko

GTANiko
2 years ago#15
360 controller. Works with 99% of modern games and it's the most comfortable gamepad out there in my opinion

User Info: revolver

revolver
2 years ago#16
The ps4 controller is fantastic for Dark Souls. I'm loving all the people saying that the Saturn controller is their favourite though as it is hands down the best for 2d games!
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2 years ago#17
For 2D games, Saturn controller. For other stuff, a DS4.
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User Info: TheNeoVoid

TheNeoVoid
2 years ago#18
castrejon04 posted...
TheNeoVoid posted...
Wireless Wii U Pro controller. Dat 80 hour battery life.


Whoa, nice. Is it easy to get it to work on a PC?


A wireless adapter tricks a pc into thinking it's a 360 controller. Only have to set the adapter once then the pc detects it whenever you turn on the controller.
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User Info: Vs1991

Vs1991
2 years ago#19
SNES, Sega Saturn, Dualshock 4, and 360 controller. Haven't tried the Xbone controller.

Also the Microsoft Sidewinder. Looking back it was a piece of s***, but it was all I had back in the day for playing Emulators and racing/sports games on PC

User Info: Snadados

Snadados
2 years ago#20
kobalobasileus posted...
Snadados posted...
I played Dark Souls 2 with a 360 pad till a couple days ago when I got a dualshock 4.
I much prefer the dualshock 4 as the d-pad is so much better and you have to use the d-pad quite a bit.


Is the DS4 really that user friendly on Windows? After the nightmare of MotionInJoy, I'm not too keen on hacked-together gamepad drivers and am sticking with the X360 controller until MS releases an official driver for the XBONE controller. I could be convinced otherwise, however...


I used this:

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-DS4-To-XInput-Wrapper

I find it is super easy to use.
No ads and no one has come out saying it is harmful or sending mysterious data somewhere.

A neat little feature it has is it lets you use the touch pad on the controller to control your mouse cursor.
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