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Submitted by Longrod_Von_Hugendon 1607d ago | article

Logitech's new PC Gamepads offer a 'familiar' design

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and mighty oaks from little acorns grow. What do these two phrases have in common? Not much, really, but we'd say Logitech's new line of gamepads have rather a lot in common with not only Sony's line of dual-analog controllers but also gamepads from Microsoft. (PC)

Pandamobile  +   1607d ago
Well, most PC game support 360 controller input by default with ABXY buttons in the UI, so it makes sense to go with what you already have.
SilentNegotiator  +   1607d ago
Logitech is still using the dinner plate D-pad on their gamepads, eh?

Screw that, I use gamepads mostly for emus. I need a REAL d-pad.
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il-mouzer  +   1607d ago
I managed to get my DS3 working on my pc and yet I keep on going to the kb/m I just prefer it.

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