Frisby PC Computer Laptop USB 2.0 Game Controller Pad Dual- Shock
- Dual Vibration feedback motors -Soft-touch, easy grab bottons
- Turbo and Normal Mode. LED indicator for Turbo - 8 Way Direction B
- 10 Fire Buttons and Slow Buttons - Autoplay function
- 1 full year manufacturer'ds warranty
- Double vibration / shock functions, comes compler with a 1 year manufaturer's warranty!
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PC Computer Laptop USB 2.0 Game Controller Pad Add a thrilling dimension to your PC games with dual vibration feedback motors. Experience every bone-rattling crash and blind-side hit. Feels great in your hands and gives you all the controls you need to dominate the competition. The Frisby game controller for PC, Computer, Laptops makes your games more realistic that you will feel every crash, hit, explosion, and more with its Dual Vibration Feedback motors. Works great for any normal NES or SNES emulation, and feels just like a PS2 game controller and comes with 1 year warranty. Most game controllers last for only couple months, thus our 1 year warranty shows high confident in Frisby game controllers. Soft-touch bottom and specially designed textured rubber grips allows you to get a solid grip. It's the ultimate precision instrument, whether you're going for the tackle, the kill, the gold, or the finish line. The comfortable grip keeps you at the top of your game for hours of play. Double Analog control : Feel the performance edge with double analog sticks and smooth, precise control with digital buttons and smooth 360-degree action. Dual joystick precision helps hit every target, every time Turbo and Normal Mode : Switch from turbo mode to normal mode or from normal mode to Turbo with a click of a button Plug and Play : Compatible with all PC,and Laptop and any PC games operating with Windows 98/2000/ME/XP/VISTA. Simply plug and play, no driver required Contents: PC Game Controler with USB Cable Requirements: 64 MB RAM* 20 MB of available hard disk space* PC with Pentium processor or compatible * PC with Pentium processor or compatible USB port Windows 98 ME 2000 XP Vista Related Video
Top Customer Reviews
I'm almost completing 5 years of usage, and it's still working. Looks like it's more durable than I initially imagined.
This controller is working perfect, and met all my expectations. However, there is only 1 minor thing I'd like to complain. The format of the directional "button" makes games like 2D fighting games very hard to play. For instance, pressing a sequence like "right, down, down-right" is painful for the fingers if you are not very used to. However, in such cases I can always use the analog stick instead, although it implies less accuracy. So far, this is the only thing I complain. In general, this is a good product.
The problem lies in the software (Included in the package on a minidisk). According to Norton Security, the drivers include a virus titled Infostealer.lineage. The description is as follows:
"Infostealer.Lineage is a Trojan horse that attempts to steal the password to the "Lineage" online game and send it to the creator of the Trojan."
Considering this is a keylogger virus, I wouldn't suggest downloading the drivers anytime soon.
When I contacted the sellers, they said that they contacted the manufactures then offered to send me fixed software. I refused, but I don't really need rumble...
Basically, if you're buying the controller for rumble, don't. Not unless you want to go through what I did.
If you're buying it just for the controller (without rumble) then do so. Just make sure not to install the drivers.
The controller feels nice the buttons have a good amount of push, but that's all I can even remotely credit this plastic with. Anyone would be wise to avoid this controller as it's drivers and support are obviously no longer there.
When plugging this into your PC to have the buttons registered, the fast and slow buttons, and the reset button on the bottom of the controller, will not be recognized, due to the fact that those buttons are not considered standard. The D-pad, buttons 1-4, Left 1/B, Left 2/T, Right 1/b, Right 2/t, L3, R3 are all recognized none-the-less.
What is not recognized is the dual analog. The only analog that is actually programmed into it is the left one, and that's hardly analog. Rather then you tilting the stick ever so slightly to get a very small movement, you practically have to tilt the stick all the way for it to react, and when it does react, it applies the full strength of whatever you applied it to. Also, the left analog isn't really analog, despite it being detected as so. Same as the right analog stick. Rather than having their own separate key codes, they simply mimic the pad above it. So when you tilt down on the left stick, it's the same as pressing down on the d-pad. When you tilt the right analog stick up, it's the equivalent of pressing 1/triangle/y. Due to this, it is very frustrating to play emulators that involve any form of analog, such as Project 64, Null DC, and PcSx2.
Over all, if you want to play games that don't have analog, this controller is just fine, but they already make USB controllers for the Emulators I've listed above.