IMG Reviews Logitech Dual Action Gamepad
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The hardware staff here at IMG has posted yet another review. Today, Scott Turner that has taken a closer look at the Logitech Dual Action Gamepad. The Dual Action Gamepad is, like many other Logitech products, easy to setup and use.
From the review:
The gamepad was immediately compatible with every Macintosh game and emulator I attempted to use it with, from Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4 to the Macintosh SNES emulator "SNES Custom". It was instantly recognized by all the input programs I tried it with, and in a jiffy I had the controller's buttons programmed. The only downside is that the Mac version does not come with game presets like the PC does. These presets are pre-made button set-ups of the controller for many popular games. Since the gamepad is technically cross-platform, the gamepad package includes a CD filled with a PC setup assistant, along with the presets. Whatever button combination I felt comfortable with was painless to set up in every game I tried, so I didn't really feel like this was a big blow to the Mac version.To get the full scoop on this neat controller, follow the link provided below to reach the review.
Dual Action Gamepad
IMG Review: Logitech Dual Action Gamepad
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