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Post  NixonTech2071 on Mon Aug 11, 2008 5:38 pm

I have a pretty unique list here, and dont hate me if there is a current gen controller.

#5. The Panasonic 3DO controller.

I always love how comfortable and easy the 3do controllers are, and the fact that every FPS plays very well with these, I highly recommend these controllers.

#4. PS3 SIXAXIS.

Damn, these controllers are very comfortable and very light to, having these no rumble controllers have slapped me into reality, rumble doesnt really do shit to make the game more realistic.There might be some problems with the back triggers, but who gives a two?

#3. Xbox 360 with chatpad add-on.

Too many times I have asked, how can microsoft NOT sell these with the chat atachment, these make the whole experience better. And, the chatpad makes it more interesting.

#2. Atari 2600 flashback controllers.

What more can an atari fan ask for? Being much better than the gross textured and stiff/squishy 2600 controllers.

#1. Sega dreamcast.

- best located stick

- comfortable

- VMU slot

Try to beat that, the best controller ever.

What are your top 5?
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Post  mrmcman1616 on Mon Aug 11, 2008 7:14 pm

ATARI 5200!!!!! Original XBOX controller!!!!!! Woo!!!

Nah, the best are DualShock 3, NES, GBC (made it possible to play Pokemon with 1 hand), Genesis, and the PSP controller. Love it, don't know why.

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Post  NixonTech2071 on Mon Aug 11, 2008 7:20 pm

mrmcman1616 wrote:ATARI 5200!!!!! Original XBOX controller!!!!!! Woo!!!

Nah, the best are DualShock 3, NES, GBC (made it possible to play Pokemon with 1 hand), Genesis, and the PSP controller. Love it, don't know why.

I will never understand what is so damn "realistic" about the experience when it comes to rumble.
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Post  mrmcman1616 on Tue Aug 12, 2008 7:26 am

It just adds some "texture" to the games.

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Post  betamax52 on Tue Aug 12, 2008 7:49 am

I would say:
5.360 controller
4.Original PS1 controller(without analog sticks)
3.Neo-Geo AES controller
2.Dreamcast controller
1.Sega Saturn (Model 2) controller
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Post  tolstoydreamcastfan on Tue Aug 12, 2008 4:47 pm

here is my top 5
5:wii controller
4:sega saturn controller
3:atari 7800 controller
2:nes cotroller
1:intec third party gamecube controller(you have to feel it to believe it)
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Post  SoliDSnakE on Wed Aug 13, 2008 3:15 pm

heres mine

5. Sega Saturn (all 3)

sure the shoulder buttons were squishy, but the newer controllers that were released about a year after the system was released are the BEST. And that sweet, sweet 3D controller

4. Genesis 6 button

awesome in almost every way, its small but comfy, and its great for fighting games.

3. Keyboard and Mouse

classic and has plenty of spaces to map things to

2. Dual Shock

awesome in soooo many ways but...

1. Dual Shock 3

take the wii's gimmicks plus an awesome controller in itself it makes for total awesome (though i prefer the sixaxis because of its weight)
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