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Discussion in 'All other topics' started by twinkel, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. twinkel

    twinkel Regular member

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    is it possible to connect and use a sega controller or atari joystick on a pc? i know i can connect a ps2 controller via a super box or something....
     
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    As with the PS2, you will need a special device. However why don't you just get a PC controller instead? Would save you a lot of money.
     
  3. venomX05

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    I agree with Toilet. Better to get a pc type control. I only get the ones that resemble the ps2. However, there are ones that are set up just like the xbox.

    If you want a good one, and this is the one that I have, look into the Recoil game controllers.

    The cool thing about it is it has a recoil button that you hit to retract the cord to the pc and it looks JUST like the ps2 controller!

    ;P
     
  4. Xian

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    I just use a PS2 joystick, the adapter is less than $10 at Radio Shack and I already have several PS2/PS1 joysticks. I prefer it to the Wingman Extreme that I was using. There is probably an adpater for the others you mentioned, though I really wouldn't want a 1 button Atari joystick for most games.
     
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