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  1. 12 minutes ago, Benny said:

     

    I might be confusing it with a different one I had. It was held in the same way but had buttons on the front for your first two fingers? Blueish maybe? You held it like a wine glass.

     

    Oh shit it was this one, not the one I was thinking of:

     

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    You could twist the stick housing to make it looser or firmer to use. So it could be made proper floppy to make Daley Thompsons Decathlon laughably easy.

  2. 1 minute ago, Camel said:

    God no, the Speed King was dire.  My favourite 8-bit stick was probably The Arcade, but I still love the Atari stick.

     

    I might be confusing it with a different one I had. It was held in the same way but had buttons on the front for your first two fingers? Blueish maybe? You held it like a wine glass.

  3. This was something that's come up in the Mario Odyssey thread but thought it deserved a thread. What's your favorite game pad? For comfort, ease of use or button action.

     

    You can list other favorite controllers as well, but I'm most interested in the humble pad.

     

    I think for me so far I've never gotten over the chunkyness of the original Xbox fat controller for playing Halo. The face buttons were shit and mushy, mind... And the D-pad was terrible... But the lovely firm and clicky sticks! And finally a controller that fit my huge hands

     

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    Modern gaming day to day use though, I like the Dual Shock 4, elegant design, no longer terrible analog sticks that are loose and become gooey after a short time, and excellent buttons:

     

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