Recommendations on Gamepads?

Discussion in 'PC Gaming' started by jcs83md, Aug 19, 2002.

  1. jcs83md

    jcs83md Guest

    Anyone have a recommendation on a gamepad that is durable, relatively inexpensive and ergonomic? I've had Gravis's in the past but they don't last very long before the buttons and d-pad's start wearing out. Sports games are my main preference such as Madden.
     
  2. Law_Enforcer

    Law_Enforcer Guest

    I've had my Creative Cobra 1 for 2 or 3 years i think. I've yet to find a comparable one. I strongly suggest you get one (if you can find it that is - I believe they don't produce these babies anymore :( )
     
  3. fedele

    fedele Guest

    MS sidewinder pretty good, ergonomisc and all, and cheap now. don't buy USB buy gameport and save $30! same performance
     
  4. Wrathchild

    Wrathchild OSNN Senior Addict

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    I have my Creative Cobra from back when I worked for them, .... 3 years ago. Still rocks!
     
  5. jcs83md

    jcs83md Guest

    I don't care for the sidewinder pads... Something about them, I have small hands so maybe that's why they don't feel as ergonomic to me as they do to others. I'll probably just spend $15 on a USB Gamepad Pro.
     
  6. Cosmin

    Cosmin Graphic Designer

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    MICROSOFT all the way !
     
  7. rip-3290

    rip-3290 Guest

    Gamepad???

    When you say gamepad, I would say Creative Cobra or thrustmaster's official gamepad from WK 2002 Korea /Japan.

    These are the gamepads I own, and I'm proud of it. The Cobra I have now for 4/5 years and still working fine except that I don't have a XP driver that supports all 12 buttons. In Win '98 SE UK it's working perfect and the other is an usb-device and you can choose between force feedback or without.

    p.s.: If there is anyone who knows where to find a GOOD driver for the creative Cobra for XP let me know please tnx
    :eek: ;)
     
  8. zoey

    zoey Guest

    me too