Overall, I have a PS2, GameCube, PS1, N64, Game Boy Color, and Super Nintendo. I gave my Genesis and Master System to my sister, and she also has a Dreamcast and an Atari 7800.
In my opinion, the best controller ever is the N64 controller, bar none. The most annoying controller is the Dreamcast controller, unless you start talking about the old-style Atari joysticks. But none of them are all that bad.
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Originally posted by ekedolphinIn my opinion, the best controller ever is the N64 controller, bar none. The most annoying controller is the Dreamcast controller, unless you start talking about the old-style Atari joysticks.
Hey, no making fun of the old Atari joystick. Take off the rubber coating, plug it into a Commadore 64, and it is the best controller for a game of Test Drive. I could beat all of my friends way back then with that controller. "Pass any low fling planes?", that was the goal of a good run (or the only one I can remember).
Now that I type this, computer graphics have come *a long way* since then. Also, I liked the N64 controller for Zelda games, you have to turn it about a 45 degree angle, and ignore the D pad.
This one is for Xbox. Apparently it lets you hook up controllers from different systems? Kinda cool if you were really into the old Saturn or DC controllers, or if you think the Dualshock is the best thing out there. No N64 support though.
//edit: I can't vouch for the site - It was the first that popped up in Google. I can't find a review of it anywhere (I didn't try too hard)
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