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Thread: Joypad Recommendations Please

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    uNz[i]'s Avatar Out of order
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    My old Quickshot joypad finally bit the dust, so now I have an excuse to go out and buy a decent analogue pad.
    I mainly play games like GTA3 and VC, so a joystick isn't really required, and I don't have the space on my desk for a wheel.

    Something similar to a PS2 controller would be great. I'd like to get a PS2 USB converter, but I don't think those are easily found in my area anymore.
    I also don't have the option of buying online.

    So which pad should I buy?

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    orcutt989's Avatar Blargh
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    You could always buy an Xbox controller and make it USB.

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    uNz[i]'s Avatar Out of order
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    Just want to buy a pad... not mess about with conversions.

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    Expire's Avatar Problem solved...
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    Well the ps converter is well worth the trouble to get, coz as we all know ps pads take a shit on all and if u have the option of getting it online u shouldent have any problem getting hold of one?

    oh and i got mine from mapplins, dunno if u have one of those where u live but they have em.

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    Microsoft Sidewinder Game Pad

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    Quote Originally Posted by {I}{K}{E}
    Microsoft Sidewinder Game Pad
    Okay, that's a bit more like it. But why should I buy a Sidewinder pad?
    I need more than just a name dropped in the thread. I need reasons and features.
    I want your opinion. I want to know if you've used it. What you like/hate about it.
    Pros & cons. How reliable is it. That sort of thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 46ghost
    Not bad, although I don't mind the pad having a cord. Don't need batteries and it won't be prone to signal dropouts.
    Saw the Logitech® Rumblepad™ 2 Vibration Feedback Gamepad on that site you linked to.
    Now that's pretty much what I'm after. This reviewer loved it to bits.
    Just have to find a local retailer and I'm sorted. Thanks.

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