Originally Posted by DemonHellraiser
Who's ever heard of a fighter pilot using a pad to fly the plane against a joystick. The quick and accurate joystick control is used because of that fact, and I doubt anybody would ever switch to anything else for accuracy.
Well, they did use some kind of touch-pads on Enterprise, but indeed, the OVERWHELMING majority of planes in the world has been using joysticks
I think there's a slight bit of a problem here with understanding what always was the main controller on various systems, for Amiga users it has always been the joystick (stfu CD32 users
), for SNES users it has always been the pad.
It's natural, like... ever heard of anybody on the planet use a steering wheel with a (Polish) bike (ride)?