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Xbox 360 Pad EX 2 with Turbo - Black

Platform : Xbox 360
3.6 out of 5 stars 159 customer reviews

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  • Officially licensed by Microsoft
  • 6 button layout & cross shaped directional pad
  • Turbo function for all buttons and directional pad (including left and right triggers)
  • 3 analog sensitivity level settings available (normal, narrow and wide mode)
  • Vibration function and expansion port included

WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Xbox 360 Black Hori Pad EX 2 with turbo

Product Details

  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B002LT9PXQ
  • Item Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 23, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,222 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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By Lawrence Du on January 21, 2010
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I have owned the MadCatz Street Fighter 4 Fightpad, the Logitech Dual Action, and a Sega Saturn USB (Chinese clone) and I have to say that none of these pads have a D-Pad that can compare to the Hori Ex2 turbo for playing Street Fighter. I waited 5 months for this pad to come in through the mail and when I got it I was astonished at the accuracy of of its D-pad. Diagonals register well, and spinning pile drivers are surprisingly easy to pull off.

The fact that this gamepad comes with analog sticks, turbo, and a rumble feature are practically added bonuses. I only use this on my PC, but I have tried playing LEFT 4 DEAD, and the pad works exquisitely for first person shooting. The analog stick is superior to the one on logitech offerings, but may feel a bit looser than the stock XBOX 360 stick (in my opinion this is a good thing). Luckily there are sensitivity settings built into the pad.

This is literally the perfect gamepad. I have so far found no flaws with it.
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When I first received this controller I was extremely happy. It worked like a charm! After about 2 weeks of controller bliss however, things started to go down hill. The right and left analog thumbsticks started to work on their own. I tried unplugging and resetting, but nothing. I've tried to mess with the sensitivity switch... nothing. After trying everything I could think of, I decided to shelve it. So far I haven't found anything that will work.

It's a shame this has ghosting issues. This would've been THE #1 controller to purchase for the 360.
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This controller by far,is one of the most amazing controllers I have every held or use. Its sleek design makes it makes it handle with a more ergonomic touch opposed to a standard Xbox 360 controller. Its button layout is confusing (at first) but then easily meshes into the nature of game play. The joysticks have an amazing feel to them that puts your hand in constant ease. The buttons are smaller than a normal 360 controller and is liable to lots of miss-pressed buttons. That is something that is developed over time. They come well meshed so it gives a great feel to beginner-hardcore gamers. The D-pad is simply perfect. It has a great format that is standard to any adept fighting gamer (as myself) The feeling is smooth and give easy execution. Better than many D-pads I have seen thus far.

The problems with this controller (the few it has.)

1. The joysticks are overly sensitive. (this can be solved with a sensitivity option they have on the controller

2. The buttons are small (this is also works as a plus because it can execute more hard-to-do executions with a use of a thumb. Sometimes better than a entire hand.

3. Its wired. (not all things come wireless, actually some of the greatest things are wired IE the Mad Catz Tournament edition Fightstick.)

To sum it up:

-If you need a controller that doesn't cost $150.00

-If you Like to have a special controller to play fighting games without losing the use of playing other games (due to controller/button layout)

-If you are a conventional player that is looking for a pep to your step (IE Rapid fire or a decent joystick, D-pad

Then this is the controller for you. Hands down, Incredible.
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We originally purchased the HORI Turbo Pad EX 2 back when they were originally released in late 2009. Shortly thereafter we started having issues with the Analog Sticks acting out. In game it would appear af if sticks were being used even though we weren't using them and when we did use them it would prevent us from going in the desired direction. The only resolution to this problem was to unplug the controller and plug it back in, but this was only a temporarly.

Based on other comments we've seen in various reviews and elsewhere this wasn't an isolated issue. Fortuantley as of September 2011 this issue as been resolved. As of late 2011, you can identify the fixed controllers by a batch code that is at least "110601" or higher stamped on the bottom right of the back of the packaging. We purchased this controller again from amazon.com in September 2011 and the version we received was the updated "110601" release. If you are buying the controller long after 2011 we have you should have a higher numbered batch code. If your batch code is lower than you may have one of the older versions that may be affected by the ghosting.

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I'll be keeping an updated record on the use of this "110601" NEWEST BATCH controller. I'm not using the HORI controller 100% of the time, as I'm switching between an OEM controller and the Datel EVO based on the game I'm playing at the time. However, I will be using the HORI enough to make the ghosting show up if were ever going to show up, based on past experience with the ghosting problem.

March 2013: No ghosting.
January 2013: Once in a while the controller may act wonky when first plugged in but this is easily resolved by disconnecting and reconnecting at the breakaway cable connection or main connection. Very Rare.
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Let me tell you, the Hori EX2 controller is a dream come true for gamers wanting a good d-pad controller replacement. Although it is not the absolute best d-pad I have ever used (that honor goes to the original SNES controller) it still is the best available on Xbox 360 in my opinion. Since the EX2 is officially licensed by Microsoft, the build quality is quite solid (my only complaint there being the x-box home button looking chintzy and cheap) and the controller fits comfortably in your hands (my hands are average size). The long, 10 foot cable is nice to sit away from a big-screen TV although I would have appreciated a 15ft cord even more. Plugging the controller into my Windows 8 desktop installs immediately without having to manually look for drivers and in PC games the EX2 comes up as a regular X-box 360 controller. Being an avid PC gamer, this really helps with racing games (Need for Speed: Most Wanted and F1 2012) and action-adventure games (like Assassin's Creed, who's keyboard controls are clunky at best).

I got this controller specifically to play Injustice: Gods Among Us as the regular 360 d-pad is absolutely horrendous and makes performing combos almost impossible. In this capacity, the EX2 exceeds my expectations and I couldn't be happier. I am able to pull off complex combos with ease.

All-in-all, I am extremely happy with the EX2 and I would buy again if I had a choice to do it over. The one complaint I have is the right analog stick is a bit further to the left than I feel is comfortable but that is really only used during FPS games and I use my wireless official controller for that anyways.
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