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by kiger Thu Jul 12, 2007 9:49 pm

You might have seen this pic in another post on this forum, but here is what I use:

I also have 8 SFC cleaned pads, 5 SNES cleaned pads, 3 SNES new super pads, and 1 SNES hori fighting commander.

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by chaoviceroy Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:27 pm

i have 2 logitech dual analog controllers. work pretty well, except for n64.
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Re: Official Sega Saturn USB pad

by Deefuzz Thu Aug 09, 2007 2:21 pm

alexkidd wrote:If you can find it the official Sega Saturn USB pad is amazing. It was only released in Japan but had quite a few different colors.

I got a white one from www.play-asia.com a couple years ago. I'm sure it would be hard to track down now but it's worth it.

That white usb controller is the exact one I am looking for. *sigh*
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by racketboy Thu Aug 09, 2007 5:02 pm

chaoviceroy wrote:i have 2 logitech dual analog controllers. work pretty well, except for n64.

That's what I use as well!
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by Raz1r Sat Sep 15, 2007 3:03 pm

Right now I'm using a hacked Xbox controller to play all of my emulated games.

I'm waiting for this guy to release the drivers for the wireless dongle so I can use all 4 of my wireless Xbox 360 controllers on emulators.

I've been thinking of picking up some converters but I don't know which ones are the best.
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by Nitrosoxide Sun Oct 07, 2007 1:37 am

I use my xbox 360 controllers and the wireless dongle. Just with Pinnacle Game Profiler.

A good deal of emulators support it. And for ones like P64 you can get rumble support.
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by JF Sun Oct 07, 2007 2:25 am


I used to have a PS2 dualshock to USB adapter, but now I'm using XBox 360 wireless controllers and the Microsoft Wireless receiver.

I use JoyToKey for games and emulators that don't support Windows joysticks.

I really liked the idea of connecting a Saturn pad to my PC, so I will try to find a Saturn USB pad or an adaptor.

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by cowgod Sat Jan 05, 2008 2:03 am

i use a saitek p880 pad for all my emulated games. the only games i don't like playing with it are n64 titles. i'd like to get an adapter (really wish i could find an old original adaptoid) so i can just use my regular n64 controller on my pc.

this thing is awesome. i've had it for years and couldn't really imagine switching to another gamepad. i've been using it extensively in the last few weeks playing through gta3.
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