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About the product
- Eight-way directional pad and six digital buttons
- Works for PC and Mac
- Convenient plug-n-play USB connectivity
- Requires PC running Windows 98 SE or later, or Mac running OS X 10.0 or later
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Featuring an eight-way directional pad and six digital buttons, the Tomee SNES USB Controller lets you play classic arcade and puzzle games on your PC with ease. Its USB connectivity makes installation a snap on a PC or a Mac.
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I purchased 3 of these to use with various setups. I am very familiar with the feel of the original SNES controller and have gamed all my life since the SNES was introduced into the world. I am a speedrunner, bla bla bla. Basically I know a little something about oldschool gaming.
These are totally worthless to anyone who wants a reliable controller for gaming. I don't know what these could actually be realistically used for. All 3 gamepads would send you all over the place in directions you don't want to go. You would just stop where you stood. Suddenly you would just start running for no reason. Horrible. One gamepad in particular's start button sunk right inside of the controller within 20 minutes of use. I am not a monkey with my controllers. I treat them with respect because it's getting harder to find reliable used original SNES controllers. These controllers are trash. Absolute garbage. I tried these on different machines with the same results for all 3. Maybe I was sold counterfeit products. But the box said Tomee and the controllers looked like a Tomee product. I bought these from Amazon and I am in the process of returning these wastes of plastic. I don't even know what kind of player could gain anything from using these. The most casual of players would be angered by the results imo. The worst D-Pad I have ever encountered in the modern world.
Speaking of the d-pad of the Tomee controller, it did have some extra plastic on the back of it, but on mine it was very little and didn't reach any of the other directional arrows so I didn't need to sand mine down. Comparing it to the official pad it sits higher up and feels more tactile when you press in a direction. While the official pad's shorter smoother push makes 360's easier, I prefer the feedback honestly of the knockoff. The buttons themselves are definitely a cheaper plastic (well everything is cheaper plastic) they too sit higher then the official controller. They have a springier feel to them as well. Again, I like the cheapo's more pronounced buttons tbh. The trigger L&R are a different story. The Nintendo ones are better by miles. You need to press the real ones down less to actuate and feel so much nicer then Tomee's solution. The cord is cheap. I expect when this controller eventually breaks it will be the cord. Maybe some electrical tape wrapped around could extend it's life? I dunno.
Overall for under 9 dollars shipped I'm super happy with this controller it makes playing games like Megaman on my PC a joy.