A new screenshot grabbed from Steam's latest beta client hints that Valve might have decided to add a left stick to its Steam Controller.
I like the idea of having two touchpads in a controller instead of buttons but I hope they work properly and also that left stick will help if they go wrong
I guess their intial idea fail!
It's an ongoing process, for sure. This might not be the final revision, either.
Valve. And FAIL are words that shall NEVER go together in the same sentence, even I can't do it.
Well they fell at the ability to count to 3.
Maybe they could go with two options on release? A controller with sticks and one with pads?
Buy a 360 controller then.
I wouldn't mind having both options. Though I personally haven't used their current controller so I don't know how good that feels in comparison to having analog sticks.
No comment on having removed the middle touchpad? There were a bunch of changes if this is true, actually. The old alpha controller: http://i.imgur.com/VBQwUXh.... Old example bindings for Portal 2: http://i.imgur.com/a9K70XS.... New controller: http://i.imgur.com/5DB0hG5....
There should be a directional pad added. Really, to make pc controls on a controller, only one trackpad on the right is needed and a stick/dpad on the left. Basically like any controller but a trackpad instead of a right stick. I think pc games could easily adapt to that.
Hope not this would be the dumbsst move ever
It could work. That said, It needs a real Dpad too. I can't wait until this controller is released, by the way. I plan to pre order one the moment I can!
Nearly there Valve....just add another analogue stick The whole pad thing isn't working.
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