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21. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 06:51 BST
Favorite:Dualshock (PS1 PS2 PS3)Least favorite:Any Wii controller (not including Gamecube).
I don't mind the motion control, but the Wiimote itself is annoying. I hate the classic controller, it is very uncomfortable. The nunchuck..... I don't even want to go there.
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22. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 19:13 BST
A)GenesisB)XBox 360 controller: It's incredibly comfortable,C)Wiimote: Obvious reasons.
F)Any PlayStation controller. They all just feel so awkward.F is for Fail, by the way.
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23. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 19:18 BST
Favorites: 360, Wii + nunchuck and Gamecube controller.
Least Favorites: The playstation controller. its so... weird.
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24. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 19:21 BST
Fav: Genesis, Remote plus Nunchuk, GamecubeI love to stretch my arms while I play!!!UNFAV: all playstation controlers
25. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 21:38 BST
a)Always had a soft spot for the looks of the Dreamcast controller b)Probably the Xbox 360 for usingc)Innovation is obviously the Wiimote, but the DC did have the pretty awesome memory card thang!
As for the worst, hands down this monstrosity:^The Atari Jaguar controller = fail
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26. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 21:43 BST
a)Always had a soft spot for the looks of the Dreamcast controller b)Probably the Xbox 360 for usingc)Innovation is obviously the Wiimote, but the DC did have the pretty awesome memory card thang!As for the worst, hands down this monstrosity:^The Atari Jaguar controller = fail
Wait! Did Atari just rip off Sega?? Because that controller setup vaguely resembles that of a Mega Drive controller, only a Mega Drive controller didn't have a like remote control underneath it. My, God, man! That's so bizarre.
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27. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 21:43 BST
Oh, man. Completely forgot the Jaguar controller. But the 5200 controller was worse. BECAUSE IT DIDN'T EVEN CONTROL.
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28. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 21:46 BST
Basically imagine the Mega Drive controller, only with dodgey build quality (I seem to remember a slight tug was all that was needed to pull it out ) and a weird number pad on the bottom that made it just unnecessarily uncomfortable to use
29. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 21:48 BST
Lol, it kinda looks like a mobile (/cell) phone mixed with a... well something rude near the top
30. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 21:50 BST
Well, the buttons controlled. But the joystick was supported by something really weak, which was a stupid move on Atari's part. What was even dumber? They didn't release a replacement. Bunch of half-wits.
31. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 22:53 BST
I don't know if I could pick a favorite. (I have trouble picking favorites in everything, really.) Just between the previous gen systems' controllers though, I preferred both GC and PS2 over the Xbox.Both of Microsoft's system controllers just don't look or feel right to me.
32. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 16:36 BST
The 5200 controller was a bunch of arse: stick broke easily and the fire buttons on the side? Idiotic to say the least. Possibly the only controller that could be worse is the Intellivision one which had membrane keys and that horrible 16-direction disc pad.
You may not like the look of the Jaguar pad, but it actually is one of the most comfortable controllers I've ever held. The six button version was superior with the round buttons, though -- not sure why they went with square ones initially...
I'll have to go with the Wii Classic Controller (at least until I've used a CC Pro): best d-pad in the universe and good quality feel all around. Playstation dual analogue is close, but the d-pad is complete rubbish by comparison, though the grip is superior.
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33. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 16:41 BST
Despite it being my least favorite console by far, I love the xbox controller. Ive played it pbly about 1/100th of the time i've spent with ps2 and wii but I just love the feel of it. Go figure.
34. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 17:04 BST
a)Gamecube- Nice and rounded, the buttons also looked good.b)Xbox 360- Really comfortable, especially the analogue sticks and L/R buttons.c)Wii remote I suppose, with its IR pointing and motion control.
35. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 17:18 BST
Fave for looks: N64 - what a funky looking controllerHate for looks: Colecovision - yes I had one, and yes, it looks retarded.
Fave for function: N64 - hands just fit in the right places, buttons felt natural.Hate for function: Gamecube - Z button unnatural placement, d-pad too small, L/R plungers = finger cramp city.
Fave for innovation: tie between N64 and Wii. I still think the N64's analog stick was the best even today, I wish i had an adapter to hook one up to my wii and play my N64 VC games!Hate for innovation: everything by sony. don't get me wrong, sony's controllers work great, but everything they've done was borrowed (stolen) by nintnedo.
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36. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 17:27 BST
Favorites are the N64 controller for 3D games and the Saturn controllers for 2D games especially SF type games, least favorite probably the Master System controller, it wasn't terrible but having to use the console rather than the controller to pause games was annoying, it looks as if there where a lot worse than that, but I never tried them so can't comment.
37. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 22:34 BST
@loopy im pretty sure sony was the first of home console makers to use DUAL analog...so thats not really copying
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38. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 22:38 BST
Favorite: Wii remoteLeast Favorite: Dualshock
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39. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 22:49 BST
Another Duplicate thread. Oh well...
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40. Posted: Wed 9th Sep 2009 23:37 BST
Fav: Wavebird WirelessLeast: N64 Controller (gives me blisters)
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