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==Digital Gamepads==
 
==Digital Gamepads==

Latest revision as of 22:52, 2 December 2016

This page is newly created, under heavy construction and is at the moment simply an idea of how to maybe organize it.


Gamepads

Digital Gamepads

2-Axis

USB NES RetroPad - Manufacturer:http://www.retrousb.com/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=327 - Model:<unknown> - Note: This is basically a clone of the Nintendo NES gamepad. Great for using with emulators.

Analog Gamepads

Joysticks

Lists of typical arcade sticks and retro computer sticks. For e.g more modern thumbstick controllers, see [Gamepads section link]

Analog Joysticks

Sometimes referred to as flight-sticks, since they traditionally mimic fighter-jet's control sticks.

Digital Joysticks

2-Axis

Competition Pro USB Joystick - Manufacturer:http://www.speedlink.com/?p=2&cat=414&pid=31097 - Model:SL-6603-SBK - Note: This is basically a clone of one of the most popular Commodore Amiga/C64 etc joysticks. Great for using with emulators.

3-Axis

Steering-wheels, pedals etc.

Guitars, dance-mats, drum sets, brainwave-headsets, gloves...

VR-Headsets

Adapters

These allow you to use devices such as PS2, Nintendo 64 or Gamecube gamepads on your PC.