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    abu_has_the_power's Avatar I have cool stars
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    i need to buy a wireless controller for my ps2.

    it must have vibrate/rumble and a decent/long battery life.


    help me out

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    DorisInsinuate's Avatar Four Star Cynic
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    This one seems okay to me.

    It's hot in Topeka.

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    abu_has_the_power's Avatar I have cool stars
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    do people give straight answers anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abu_has_the_power
    do people give straight answers anymore?
    As this is your 79th question concerning your fucking PS2 you should know.

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    I have 2 wireless ps2 controllers. Brand name: Joytech. They do a pretty decent job and they have quite a range on them. It has vibration option to turn on and I've used them for months and the batteries still haven't run out.
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    if you want THE BEST, i reckon Logitech is prolly the best. their stuff is normally top-quality. but be prepared to pay a bit more than other brands cost.

    i have a couple of Pelican wireless controllers (one for Xbox, one for PS2). they both basically suck. my Pelican Xbox controller's buttons are much too stiff, and the rubber plunger (that makes the buttons pop back up after you press them) behind one of the buttons wore out so i had to open the controller and switch it with one of the shoulder buttons that i don't use (since they're just duplicates of the black/white buttons). my Pelican PS2 controller simply misbehaves: either its analogue sticks are badly calibrated or they're just contructed badly, or it has errors in its wireless signal... it sometimes registers directions that i'm not even pressing.

    my Mad Catz GameCube wireless controllers are good. they just work great. the buttons aren't too stiff, i don't get any weird errors, etc. i can't vouch for other Mad Catz wireless stuff, but yeah.

    anyway, in my experience: Pelican wireless = bad, Mad Catz wireless = pretty good, Logitech wireless = excellent.

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