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You could get the "Plug and Charge Kit", as mentioned by Jeeva, but really, with the cost of that, plus shipping, plus some rechargeable batteries, I wonder if it might not just be cheaper to buy a second, wired, controller. At least then you could play two player games should you ever want to.
The Xbox 360 controller has got a power cable, but unfortunately it's a proprietary one. You will need the cable from a Plug and Charge kit (pictured above) for 360 controllers in order to use the controller without batteries.
It depends on the game. You will have trouble with anything requiring accurate use of analog sticks. The mouse will not always help because dual analog stick games exist on some of these platforms. Ideally you would want to get something like a USB 360 controller.
So here's a list of supported controllers for input in Arkham City on Mac. Xbox controllers do make an appearance further down the list under Devices Using Third-Party Drivers, and it looks like you need something called Tattiebogle to use Xbox controllers on Mac OS. I have created a USB driver which allows you to use wired XBox 360 Controllers via USB, ...
The 510 has a switch on the bottom to toggle X360 compatibility mode. Southpark should work after toggling it to the "X" setting.
I would suggest repairing game files. Library>acii>properties>local files>verify integrity of local cache. Or installing xbox controller drivers again. The problem here seems too vague without seeing in person.
I don't believe the problem here is with Need for Speed: Most Wanted. This sounds like something was poorly calibrated. Maybe a gyroscope? Someone on Android Stack Exchange was having that problem, and here is a fix: Method 1: Open "Settings" Find "Motion" and tap on it Scroll down the menu and tap on "Sensitivity Setting" Open ...
Well, as this model was found on new year sale I just bought it for testing. Now I can confirm, it really not supported by Xbox 360 :) Though on PC with Steam OS it successfully recognized as XBOX 360 gamepad and works ok with my steambox now.
I believe, though I tend to ignore the tactical setup, that you can do so via the Ctrl key. It will toggle between paused and live. Or you can click on the icon (an hourglass inside an eye) in the center of the toolbar.
Yes, I had the same issue. Apparently its just that the wireless controller needs a receiver. Using the wire to connect only charges it (affecting only the battery and not powering it). I suggest getting a wireless receiver.
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