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XBOX ONE controller and PCSX2?
#1
Hi all Blush

I need to buy a new controller for my PC (the old controller for xbox 360 one is... well... dead Closedeyes) and i was looking at the new Xbox ONE controller, but... i was wondering... it works fine with this emulator? Or I should buy another Xbox 360 controller?

Thank you and sorry for my horrible english Blush
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#2
According to this video, it does work:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QczjKtoURNw

I recommend dual shock 4 though since I can vouch for it since I am using it for a while now with no problems.
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#3
(03-08-2015, 04:20 PM)K.F Wrote: According to this video, it does work:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QczjKtoURNw

I recommend dual shock 4 though since I can vouch for it since I am using it for a while now with no problems.

Thank you Smile And the dualoshock 4 works fine with the classic pc games?
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#4
Yup, it should work with any game that supports Xbox360 pad. it also work nicely with any normal semi-recent Bluetooth dongle unlike the Xbox one controller which can't be connected through Bluetooth. All you need is this tool:

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-DS4Windows-J2K
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#5
I don't know... i would never recommend an DS controller over an XB controller because of compatibility. XBox controller work using Plug&Play while you need XInputWrapper (DS -> XB Controller emulator/wrapper) for DS controller to work. So if a game supports Xbox controller you might be able to play with DS controller.

Another thing is the usability. If you like DS controller buy a DS controller. If you like XB controller use those.

I have both and use the XBox controller for pcsx2.
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#6
I would just recommend whatever controller you like best, ofc. For me, DS3. Although I used an original Xbox controller(modded to USB) as a gamepad for a LONG time too.
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#7
(03-08-2015, 06:31 PM)willkuer Wrote: I don't know... i would never recommend an DS controller over an XB controller because of compatibility. XBox controller work using Plug&Play while you need XInputWrapper (DS -> XB Controller emulator/wrapper) for DS controller to work. So if a game supports Xbox controller you might be able to play with DS controller.

Another thing is the usability. If you like DS controller buy a DS controller. If you like XB controller use those.

I have both and use the XBox controller for pcsx2.

Mmm... yes, it make sense Biggrin So do you have a xbox ONE (the new model, i mean: http://www.amazon.it/gp/product/B00NM3GI...L2PNWYJU7H ) controller and it works without problems?

Sorry for insisting on this point, but i want to be sure enough before buying it Wink
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#8
no I have an old xbox controller... But xbox controller are made by microsoft. I guess the native support of xbox controllers will always be better than support for ds controller.
The only reason to consider a DS controller for pc is that the DS controller is really some awesome piece of hardware. (still I like XB more Laugh)

If the controller works with windows and has sufficient amount of buttons/analog inputs it will work with pcsx2. Just check if you can use the new xbox controller with your windows version. The one you linked should work just fine.
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#9
I know of at least two people on here that have used it without problems.

The ultimate point is if it will work with PC, it will work with PCSX2.
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#10
I used it w/ the drivers for the XB1 controller installed and no other software outside of setting the movements and buttons in the pad plugin with no problems whatsoever 100% reliable.
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