>inb4another idiot claims to have read "reviewers actually liked it when they tried it at that year's E3" somewhere and truly believes it without evidence to support the claim
You have no idea how much I wanted this fucking stupid thing
too late anon
psh, yeah right
*takes out a gnarly blade covered in dark, purple energy, with japanese writing all over*
I have a sword cooled in the only spirit spring in exisistence, which makes it immune to katanas, it is fueled by the users own anger and logic, and can't be beaten. The Japanese runes would stun you if you could read them, so you are lucky.
all right let's play some fighting games
It's supposed to be touch responsive. It's basically the precursor to Valve's gamepad.
>a controller that you have to finger
I like that
>Here you can use this one
>"No the leather makes it more comfortable you see."
>"Well I would have put it on the other side but then it would cover up Link."
>"Putting Link on the leather would look bad, why would I want a bad looking controller."
>"Why've you got to be so negative Anon?"
I had one of this
Oh my god, I remember playing 4 player Crash Team Racing at my cousin's house and being forced to use one of these. The two halves can rotate separately from each other and I can't fathom how someone came up with that idea.
It was build for real actually, and even put on presentation.
>brah here use my fucking mouse just flip it over
>speakers in place of buttons
Gaben going full retard
my freind has this he likes using it for fightan games but hes meh at them so it doesnt matter too much
Motion controls then
>Kick their ass by doing real punches and kicks, unless you're a weakling nerd or something.
Motion controls now
Where did it all go wrong.
OC DONUT STEEL
that's precisely what i'd use it for if I could find one.
they cost over $1,000 when they were new, and they've been discontinued since 2008 I think. they're almost literally impossible to find.
Most things we have now we had in early form in 90s.
Motion controls, 3D, all that shit.
I'm just waiting when Nintendo releases new hardware that's basically just modernized Rob.
It's used by professional Call of Duty players.
So yeah you're right.
>sorry bro this is the only other guitar I have
>dem broken ribs you got from using it
>dat fucking back button that's 3 light years away from where your hand was
I had the PS2 version of that guitar, it's not like it makes any difference. If you're playing with a strap it's the same, and honestly if you're just resting it on your knee I found that one more comfortable anyway.
No, I played sitting down because i'm not a fucking manchild who stands up to play. The bottom left of the controller would dig into my armpit and ribs.
Not only that, but unless you're a fag who played on easy then you needed an easily accessible star power button. GH2 controller's star power button was shit.
>No, I played sitting down because i'm not a fucking manchild who stands up to play.
You seriously care whether or not someone stands up to use a simulated guitar. That's being a manchild.
I'm really digging that cased red button.
This is the only extra controller I have.
i bet the boomerang PS3 controller would have been more comfy than this shit
i didn't have a problem with the duke controller, but i don't have little baby hands. same thing with the wii u gamepad
Not the 'blow everything the fuck up' button?
It's not about small hands, as even you >>253361696 said. It's just unfuckingcomfortable. I couldn't stand the position of the black and white especially.
Who do you think the Wii U is targeted at? Not even a slight against the Wii U, I have one, but it is marketed to fucking kids, of course it is not going to be an issue for small hands. That has nothing to do with the size of the controller because the screen, the handles and button placements are still a fine size regardless of the overall size of it.
you just wanted this didn't you
Do you really need to put a dime in there to use it?
Best OG Xbox controllers were the ones with the black and white buttons moved to the shoulder. I had a Madcatz one with them there but I found this one just now that has them there and also keeps duplicates of them in the same position. This seems even better for some games that may be better played with them in the original position for what ever reason.
I had one of those but it was called the mako pad
It was alright
I actually own one of these abominations, found it at a flea market and my brother and I nearly pissed ourselves laughing a bought it without even haggling with the mexican who was selling it
I own one too, did yours come with the box and shit? Best part of the whole thing: there's a little ID card thing that slides into a clear sleeve on the front of the vest and on the back are areas to fill in your personal details including a field for "Your Mission"
>"here's your controller, bro"
>it comes back
>Having thumbs knock together
>tfw I'm a southpaw and do this
Maybe if you're a normal human being you mean. Designing a controller where it happens in the first place is bad design. Having to change the way you hold something just to get around a design flaw shouldn't be the issue, it should be made correctly in the first place.
>bought one of those thinking it would unlock a chainsaw wii style that I'd move and the game would recognize
well fuck me and my stupidity
>Designing a controller where it happens in the first place is bad design.
It can always happen if you're a retard who holds the controller wrong and also happens to have giant hands like that one guy from The Simpsons. If you're stupid enough and maybe got a really bad bee sting on your hand, you can do it with any controller. You just happen to enjoy doing it with a PS controller.
>implying staggered thumbstix wasn't the best controller innovation since thumbstix
controller S master race reporting
Except that you don't have to hold it wrong at all. This is holding the controller like any normal person would. This does not work, because unlike you I don't have the hands of a toddler, and therefore would need to hold the stick in some retarded claw form just to alleviate the problem. Or, Sony could have adapted by now and switched to proper stick placement like the Xbox.
ew, gross dwarf baby hands are no good for choking
Hey faggot, you are holding it wrong. Use the tip of your thumb not the fucking pad or joint. The only people that say they don't have babby hands because their thumbs hit are just holding it like retards. It is much more accurate when using the tip of your thumb, anyway.
>"Hey man, can i join in?"
>"Sure anon, just let me look for my other controller"
>Friend goes downstairs
>Comes back from downstairs with this huge fucking table
>Slams it in front of you.
>"Ah, here you go bro."
I'm not holding it wrong. You're not holding it wrong. This is the natural way to grasp the controller, and you're arguing with that just because you can't admit that the staggered sticks exist because they alleviate the problem that the dualshocks have. Hell, even making the controller bigger in general would have greatly helped.
It's just about the controllers. I love the Genesis way more than SNES, but acknowledge that the SNES had a much better controller.
>Except that you don't have to hold it wrong at all. This is holding the controller like any normal person would.
Uh... no it's not? The stick seems to be in the neutral position but the tip of the thumb is over the PS button. That's pants on head retarded. Any normal person would have their thumb in a central position over the stick. It also looks like your hand is way higher on the controller than it's supposed to be. You're not supposed to grip the grips like a fucking motorcycle, but rather let the ends of them rest in the center of your palm.
The sticks are that way on the xbox because it's just an evolution of the Dreamcast controller, MS having had a hand with the Dreamcast, and they just added the second stick on top of that (while removing the only thing that made the DC controller not shit, the VMU).
The end of the grip is in the center of my palm. It'd have to be way up near the join of my fingers and hand to look the way you're describing. The pad of my thumb is on the stick as it should be due to that being the most comfortable way to hold it.
The controller is too small and the sticks are in the wrong places. That's all there is to it.
When you hold it with the pads of your thumbs on the sticks, of course your thumbs hit. My thumbs don't hit not because I have babby hands (though they look like stubby sausages) but because I don't cover the whole damn stick with my thumb and let it protrude over the edge.