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Reqieumthefallen
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Oct 8 2011, 6:43pm Anchor

I read somewhere that you can use it for Rogue Squadron, but I was curious if there were any other uses.

P.S. No, this controller hasn't been modded or cracked in any shape or form.

ambershee
ambershee Nimbusfish Rawks
Oct 9 2011, 6:36am Anchor

I was under the impression it would just be picked up as a generic USB gamepad?

razorb
razorb Indie Dev
Oct 9 2011, 8:24am Anchor

I use this thing called MotionJoy it is quite buggy sometimes but works nicely when its stable!

Reqieumthefallen
Reqieumthefallen Whreck-wee-um!. Remember that.
Oct 10 2011, 4:59pm Anchor

Tried to use it with a Source game, didn't seem to notice. Will see if any other games will recognize it as a game pad.

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Oct 10 2011, 5:34pm Anchor

Would be pretty useful for emulators I guess.

Oct 11 2011, 9:53pm Anchor

I used it with Motionjoy too. Unfortunately these days, most games only support xinput gamepads, like the Xbox360 controller. Motionjoy lets you make the Dualshock emulate a 360 controller, and thus use it in most games. Unfortunately, like razorb said, Motionjoy is buggy and unstable. There is another 360 emulator out there (x360ce), but it requires manually placing DLLs in each game directory. The way Motionjoy does it is much better - it installs a virtual 360 controller that works system wide.        It would be awesome if x360ce would work system wide as well.

harvey_soft
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Feb 3 2012, 9:48pm Anchor

I use something called Xpadder, it makes my PS3 controller my mouse. :D
also it is quite impossible (at least for me) to use it on Windows 7. (Libusb doesnt have a windows seven 64-bit version yet, thats why)
although my after-glow usb ps3 controller comes up as ajoystick on my computer.
also, why do we say on my computer instead of in my computer?

Edited by: harvey_soft

Reqieumthefallen
Reqieumthefallen Whreck-wee-um!. Remember that.
Feb 4 2012, 10:58am Anchor
harvey_soft wrote:I use something called Xpadder, it makes my PS3 controller my mouse. :D
also it is quite impossible (at least for me) to use it on Windows 7. (Libusb doesnt have a windows seven 64-bit version yet, thats why)
although my after-glow usb ps3 controller comes up as ajoystick on my computer.
also, why do we say on my computer instead of in my computer?

Because we do.

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Disclaimer -- the following below is NOT sarcasm:

Play Spec Ops: The Line. No, seriously, play it. NOW! It's probably still on sale on Amazon for crying out loud! I wish more games had balls like this game does, paired with some of the best writing, mechanics, and level design that's been seen this side of linear shooters.

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