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Simply, how to play using (PS2?) gamepads?

Last response: in Video Games
November 7, 2011 11:03:16 PM


I got twin USB gamepads from someone. They are identical to PS2's.

I tested them and there IS input. But I can't play or even configure gamepad controllers via Crysis 2 or Black Ops...

I got some xbox dll files that seem to be some kind of an emulator and/or a driver for xbox pads.

I was able to play, but controls were different.

Basically, I connected the pads now, how can be they detected in such games?

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November 9, 2011 6:31:41 PM

do those games even support gamepads?

i had ps3 controllers (real one) connected to a pc in the past via a 3rd party driver and it worked for the emulator i was using but you had to update the keys manually in the software and not in the game.

is the gamepad one that is made for windows or is it something hacked in sort of like the ps3 controller i did was?

if its hacked in then there are obviously going to be alot of issues. if its a legit windows controller then download the real drivers for them.
November 10, 2011 10:09:34 AM

Rather buy an Xbox controller. Seeing as how Microsoft makes them, they work with a lot more Windows games. It's the best you can do without extra emulators and add-on software, IMO.