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On Steam you can filter by games that support game controllers. Most of these games cost money however there are some the may go on sale or some that are Free-to-play.


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OK, solved.I didn't know the deadpool game also worked with Xbox 360 controllers, so instead of looking for a keyboard emulation (which is very difficuly to find, to my experience, with nothing satisfying), I used an XInput (the branch of DirectX responsible for input) remapper. X360ce worked for me. It even found default key mappings for my controller. All ...


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I thought my one was defective too, and the manual says 4 blue led when 100% charged and each one is 25% less. Googled and found this on product description: 4-way LED player indicator. I'm guessing it's used for the 4-way player indicator


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Most shooters have aiming tied to camera rotation, adjust camera rotation/movement speed to your liking. If your aim moves extremely fast turn down the camera speed, and do the opposite if you move to slow. Repeat till you have found yourself a "sweet spot", so you can use it on other shooters too (often FPS and TPS have the same adjustment scale). Gaming ...


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The 'Home' button on xinput controllers is a dedicated key which cannot be used as anything other than 'Home' button. It's not detected, because it's not considered a regular button.


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This is so far the most elegant approach that also has many other additional features/capabilities: Found at: http://store.steampowered.com/app/367670/ PS: I am not in any way affiliated with the developer - I just think it's awesome and use it personally.


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On some controllers, they will have a switch that switches between XInput and DirectInput. If the games are using DirectX, usually they will be using XInput, as stated here, Note Use of legacy DirectInput is not recommended, and DirectInput is not available for Windows Store apps. The site also is more favoring towards using XInput, at least for ...


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I hated this problem and couldn't figure out out for the longest time but I think I just found an easy fix. What worked for me was simply pressing the center xbox button (home) going to the top left of the screen to your profile (as if you were trying to switch profiles) selecting your profile and selecting "choose this person" (even though you are already ...


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Good news - Yes you can. The PlayStation app (available on the play store or app store) allows you to sync a smartphone or tablet to your PlayStation 4 and use that as a controller. The process is fairly straight forward. Once you open your app, at the bottom of your screen you should be able to find a "Connect to PlayStation" option. If you are connected ...


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The answer by Ross Ridge completely covers the original question. I just wanted to add that you should look around for a Gamecube Wavebird controller. It's fully wireless and supported on the Wii. They have been discontinued for a long time but you can still find them. The button press response and the d-pad/thumbstick feel are better than any non-nintendo ...


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Is it a new controller? If so, try to tether it to the PS3 while the PS3 is on and press the PlayStation button on the controller. Then it should get registered by the PS3 and the controller should be usable.


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Datel fightsticks are compatible with PS4, sort of. You can use them in-game on Ultra Street Fighter 4 for example, however you cannot navigate the menu outside the game app using the fightstick. The same goes for MadCatz Fightsticks.


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The Xbox One controller is fully backwards compatible to the Xbox 360 one, as it uses the very same API as its predecessor (XInput) and features the same buttons1. It's possible you'll need to install a driver first, though Windows should automatically search for and install all necessary drivers by itself. The only trouble you might have, is with the PS4 ...



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