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Re: Retro Fighters "Brawler64" controller

by Reprise Tue Mar 20, 2018 12:58 pm

Right, mine came and it's better than I ever could have ever imagined. The stick, feel and buttons all feel like it is a first party, official pad. The only criticism I have is the d-pad is a little 'spongy'.

As for the L button and analogue stick supposed "issue". What an overblown and ridiculous controversy this has become. I've tried it and neither the analogue stick being in the 'up' position and the L button being pressed actually affects anything. The L button still works and the analogue stick still remains in the up position. What actually happens is the L button gets raised somewhat, but it isn't raised enough for the input to no longer register. In other words, it is a total non-issue The button is raised so little by the analogue stick being in the up position, you can barely even tell it happens.
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Re: Retro Fighters "Brawler64" controller

by samsonlonghair Wed Mar 21, 2018 4:10 pm

Sounds like a non-issue to me
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