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Old 22 April 2015, 18:58   #10
demether
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Even if a joypad choice is a matter of personal choice/feeling, you can try to find the Propad I found. The slighty bigger Dpad (compared to snes) is precise and diagonals are easy also. A demanding game like Turrican3 (for instance) is very playable with it.

The only issue is the buttons, I prefer them more firm and "clicky". Overall they still be accurate and you don't need to push them strong to activate them.
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