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E-Vader
03-17-2002, 06:45 AM
Has anyone used the Trick Force Controller???

If so what did you think of it, I need to get some extra controllers.
I'm also looking at the Controller S but that is unavalable in australia.

E-Vader
03-17-2002, 06:48 AM
http://media.hotshed.com/images/497/497094_1_215.jpg

This was supposed to be in the first post.

Niner Six
03-17-2002, 11:44 AM
Haven't tried that one but save your money and stay away from the Interact Powerpad...it is without a doubt the worst controller out there for the xbox.

raVen
03-17-2002, 02:46 PM
I read a review somewhere (can't remember where), but they seemed to like it.

GRAVEDIGGER
03-17-2002, 03:04 PM
Originally posted by Niner Six
Haven't tried that one but save your money and stay away from the Interact Powerpad...it is without a doubt the worst controller out there for the xbox.

Dam real!!..i definately agree with Niner Six because My Interact pad disconnects because it rumbles too much!! now to me that doesnt make sense!

The best third party controllers would be the VORTEX, or a MADKATZ controller, and if you wanna stay home so to speak, you cant go wrong with the original MICROSOFT controller!

Untill next time, the GRAVEDIGGER has spoken:mad:

E-Vader
03-18-2002, 07:33 AM
*bump*

Toder
03-18-2002, 07:50 AM
Originally posted by GRAVEDIGGER


Dam real!!..i definately agree with Niner Six because My Interact pad disconnects because it rumbles too much!! now to me that doesnt make sense!

The best third party controllers would be the VORTEX, or a MADKATZ controller, and if you wanna stay home so to speak, you cant go wrong with the original MICROSOFT controller!

Untill next time, the GRAVEDIGGER has spoken:mad:

The Vortex controller is made by interact. And it sucks i hod one and it broke on me after a week. It was crappy there was no real rubber but more like hard plastic were it said it was rubber. the buttons had to be the worst around. it was just not a good controller and i'm glad it broke on me.

If you want a good controller and don't want another xbox one try a Madcatz controller pad pro http://www.madcatz.com/MadCatz/images/prod/4526_lg.jpg
Its way better than the Vortex in my opinion. Click HERE (http://www.madcatz.com/MadCatz/product_details.jsp?product_id=4526#) for more information.

clownbow
03-18-2002, 08:04 AM
i bought a trick contoller and the size of it if perfect and the buttons are well placed.
the only problem was after about two hours the right trigger stopped working, so i went to eb and got a new one.
got home opened it up,
and the left thumb stick got stuck all the time,so i returned it and added some xtra money and got ""amped"". now i am happy minus the controller.....

E-Vader
03-18-2002, 08:31 AM
Cheers fellow Xbox Addicts.


If you want a good controller and don't want another xbox one try a Madcatz controller pad pro

Thanks Toder I'm either going to get a MadCatz or another Xbox controller.

Cheers again.

ftyards
03-18-2002, 10:59 AM
get a madcatz, the trick controller is no good I got one and it just wasn't responsive

Exatox
03-18-2002, 11:04 AM
There is no substitute for the original XBox controllers. They are not "too big" because my younger brother (8) can use them just fine and only has slight trouble reaching the Y and white buttons.

Even the controller S looks like it wouldn't be as comfortable.

Batman2372
03-18-2002, 11:21 AM
I bought my setup on New Years Day, and just last week I've had a Microsoft controller's left joystick not push in (can no longer crouch in halo) and a Mad Catz controller's X button give up the ghost (making Halo un-playable).

don't know what the deal is....