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garbage controller. i dropped once and analog stopped working. Everything would go to the right, including the d-pad and the analog. wtf guys? Controllers should survive at least ONE drop. Garbage product.
Update: company reached out. I changed to 3 stars since they did try and make it right, however i had already thrown out remote out.
Long story short, i will be getting a new controller. The seller was awesome in rectifying the situation and really wanted to help me out. I have adjusted the rating to 5 stars, more so because of the customer service. The controller did work fine up until i dropped it. Id buy from them again especially with this type of quick response to complaint and customer service. Thanks again!
I bought this control figuring that if there were any connectivity issues that I could just unplug and reconnect the controller port. This happens rarely but it is an easy fix.
The control itself feels light and sturdy. The buttons are all responsive and the d-pad has a great feel to it. The joysticks feel smooth and don’t seem to have any dead zone (tested with Ace Combat 4, 5, and Zero). The battery compartment is also very neat and well cut out. No jagged edges or flimsy battery terminals.
The buttons, however are purely sent in digital signal, on or off with no in between. If you have a game that requires pressure sensitivity on any of the face buttons, then this control might be a problem. Maybe you have a trigger button that needs to be lightly pressed for a FPS, or in my case, different pressures on the square button show different levels of zoom on a HUD map. Not an issue for most games, but since it is a wireless control, I can see how sending a continuous signal of pressure sensitivity may drain the battery a lot faster. Though, I’ve seen this problem in wired controllers, too. Information on how a control handles pressure sensitivity might be hard to come by, so I’ll deal with this issue for now. No big deal to me.
Update: it seems like this controller has an auto-sleep feature after it is left on and alone for some time. To exit sleep mode, just press the start button.
I haven't seen anyone else mention this, so I'm not sure if it's just my controller that has this problem, but the analog sticks only registers 8 directions (like a digital dpad.) This is a problem whether the analog button on the controller is on or off. I also noticed that when I press left on the d-pad, it often presses UP as well. Which is a shame, because I really do enjoy this controller besides these issues. It's light yet sturdy, there's hardly any noticable input lag, and it's fairly comfortable to hold as well. This is a great controller if you play a lot of RPG's like I do, and the value is incredible, but just be aware that it might make games like Ape Escape much harder than usual. If this was a $25-30 controller I'd be a little more harsh, but for $10-12 it's a nice backup controller.
Edit:after 1 hour of light use the thumb sticks stoped working.
Easy to set up, lightweight, feels just as good as "name brand" only downside is there are 2 blindingly bright lights right above the select button. They indicate the controller is on. But in a dim room they are so bright it's distracting.
The only thing I can nitpick is the latency, but that's to be expected. I just got it today and have been playing with it for a few hours. This controller cost me a match in Mortal Kombat 2 due to latency. If I had a wired controller, I could have pulled off a quicker move. It came with some free extra thumb grips, which are rainbow colored and surprisingly grippy. Good controller overall. Great price. I wouldn't even take off a star for the latency. After a week of light use, the analog signal gets locked in the down position. A little bit of tweaking the analog back to center with my thumb is how I recalibrate it. Sometimes it goes right back to the down position. Four stars is generous
Very happy with this controller! After pretty much my teen years with PS2 i know the feel and responsiveness and this controller in my opinion is same as OEM. My reason for giving it four stars ✨ due to my only complaint being the rumble feature being pretty weak. Otherwise everything about it all is pretty straight forward as far as the ledlights. After a few weeks with Street Fighter Alpha2, Diablo, G.o.W2 the controller has held up and seems durable/reliable. I dont get emotional and destroy my remotes. Going to buy a red one soon. Hope this comment helps.
I've been using this on my PS2 slim. Works great.. I've put in something close to 70 hours of gaming on a single pair of batteries so they must be energy efficient (with dual shock on). They work great, are consistent/responsive and there is zero noticeable delay when gaming. They feel great in your hands / feel / weight etc. and overall have changed / modernized my PS2. I've also included the HDMI upconverter module so my GFX look way better. Overall, A++
Honestly I love the way this controller looks and feels I think it's actually better than the original PS2 controllers when it comes to that but it does have one major flaw at least from my experience. It drains the batteries really fast every time I went to go use it I had to put fresh batteries in it it seemed like every couple days and I wasn't playing it all day or anything like that so yeah bad battery life. and there is no rechargeable options other than using rechargeable batteries but those will die fast too. But if battery is not a problem for you and it's an awesome controller
Like the reviews say, it breaks after half an hour or so, I set my controller down after playing some twisted metal (gently I might add, was extremely careful because the reviews said it would break) after I walked back in it was broken for absolutely no reason (It was turned on before I left, then after I got back in it wouldn't turn on anymore) I assumed the batteries had died, replaced the batteries and it was just broken. I will be trying the wired controller to see if that works, but I really shouldn't at this point.
My device connects and works well. A day after using it, the LEDs in the controller started blinking and won't stop. I've changed the batteries and re-connected the controller but they still blink. A bit obnoxious since it's a transparent controller and the LEDs are bright.
I emailed customer service about a week ago and haven't heard back yet. I'll update this review if I hear anything.
UPDATE 4/24: Still haven't heard from customer service. Going to leave this at 3 stars because it still works.