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    Console joypad to PC

    I'm after one of those USB thingy-me-dos that let you plug N64/PSX controllers into the PC. I've come across a few but most seem to have flaws (having read the comments) so does anyone happen to know of a good one?

    Nice one.

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    Im using the one from GAME and its pretty good as long as u save ur profile.. It works flawlessly for NFSMW and Two Thrones.. havent tried it on others tho..

    I'm using it with a DS2 controller..
    Me want Ultrabook


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    im looking for one that supports dreamcast controllers too if anyone knows of a good one for those

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    Hmmm, I've found two on the same site for Dreamcast:

    Trio Linker - £13

    3-in-1 Magic Box - £15

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    i'm using a MayFlash Super JoyBox 13 for my gamecube pad - works great

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    The PSX one that play.com sells seems good. We have two.

    Doesn't support analogue buttons though (don't think any do).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Shark
    The PSX one that play.com sells seems good. We have two.

    Doesn't support analogue buttons though (don't think any do).
    mine does if i understand you correctly. Both the analogue sticks work fine, and the R3 and L3 buttons work too

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    Yeah, the sticks work, but i meant the pressure sensitive buttons are just buttons.

    Not that any PC games I know of support this though, so it's probably not an issue.

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