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Firstly, you can find the battery slot on the back of the Xbox controller It depends on the type of battery pack you do have. If you have a rechargeable battery pack (depending if you got it new or second hand) it should have come with a recharge cable. This is what it looks like: If you have a normal battery pack, all you need to do is replace the ...
Affinity works much in the same way as Pursuers did in Dark Souls 1. Once cast, when an enemy gets within a certain range, they will automatically fire at the enemy. From the wiki: Similar to Pursuers from DkS1. Cast a number of orbs that deal dark damage. The orbs target and home to the closest enemy. The controller has nothing to do with it :)
Yes. From the details tab of the page you linked: For PC and Xbox 360 Works across Microsoft's gaming platforms. Xbox 360 Controller for Windows works with most Windows 8 PCs and Xbox 360, delivering a consistent and universal gaming experience.
Yes, you can replace the batteries. The wireless 360 controller uses two AA batteries, which are extremely common. Your parents might even keep some spares. The battery holder is on the back of the controller; there's a little button there that releases it.
You don't have to buy the rechargeable battery pack, but you need to invest in some new batteries. You can, however, use normal rechargeable batteries without a problem. They might not last as long as their non-chargeable counterparts, but you'll be saving some money.
This is quite an unusual behavior you got there. At first it looked like your controller is somehow mapped to ALT+TAB when you're trying to use it. And it is good that you described how Ori and The Blind Forest react to your controller, because this game works as usual when you ALT+TAB, but when the game lose focus to some other process or window - it goes ...
I've experienced this problem too. Try plugging it in your PC (like you would charge it or something like that), pull it out and then walk towards your ps3. (Or just put your pc next to your playstation if you have a laptop). I don't know why but when I did this, the controller suddenly connected to my ps3 again without complaining. (I guess the PC screws ...
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