Game Sack – Episode 286 – It’s been 8 years since there was a dedicated controller episode. And these are some good ones. Well, a few are so bad/dumb that they’re good. Thank you to the few of you who sent in some crappy controllers!
Svenny McG – my review of the Nintendo 64 controller, an official product released by Nintendo (NUS-005). A departure from the SNES controller, the N64 controller surprised many with the analog thumbstick and addition of the C-buttons, let alone the overall m-shape of the controller. One of the firsts to being 360 degree movement and a variety of ways to program for it, the N64 controller is a unique peripheral in gaming history. Stay tuned to the end of the video for a few tips on what to look for when buying an N64 controller today.
A number of viewers were curious about d-pad sensitivity on the SN30 controllers we reviewed the other day. In this video we’ll look at how the controllers are prone to errant diagonals under certain conditions.
So these controllers definitely are more sensitive than stock NES / SNES controllers. Could it be because they are new vs. a few decades old? It’s hard to say. But for those used to a certain feel on a stock controller may find these a little too sensitive under certain circumstances.
Kinsey shows us some of the rarest and most sought after Xbox 360 controllers and what makes them special. Who knew there were over 30 different official Xbox 360 controllers released, not including third party and aftermarket varieties.