Quite ok to hold and gives an ok game feeling.
Unfortunately, released one steering control after a while.
Well have to program the on for every game but otherwise feels good in your hand
Bought control of little more than a month ago by PC World, got it for a little more than 2 weeks and have used it ever since. Affordable control that I use to play blah Steam games. there are many good free program to use to control games as the norm Alvis is not compatible with the control.
+ Comfortable to hold, it may not hurt to use long
+ Stylish design
buttons can be a bit slow at times but it does not affect the gaming experience much when you become accustomed to it.
have strong confidence in Logitech's products and did not hesitate to buy it
+ Pleasant to hold
- One trigger button is loose and have to keep really hard for it not to lose touch.
- Dödzonerna are gigantic and make it completely useless for racing games for example. which was what I bought it for. It and Dark Souls. In Dark Souls, I have the problem of backlash in the trigger button when I hold up the shield, so it goes down sometimes and be more difficult than it already is.
Might as well run with the key away with these dödzonerna ..
Will return if I find the receipt
This control is both very good and very bad at different things:
+ Precise levers with very good grip for sweaty thumbs (actually better than the Sixaxis.)
+ Best-pad ever. Soft and elevating managing sophisticated and precise movements for fighting games splendidly without tiring out the slightest.
+ Very lightweight (weighs less than a Sixaxis.)
+ Perfect compatibility for all my games in Windows 7. Did not have to adjust anything either in Windows or in the games that will be selected anyway right function for all buttons fully auto mast ideal.
+ Long and lightweight cord that does not bog down.
+ See much more expensive and more exclusive than it is (you are not ashamed of having it there.)
+ Spakförlängare as FPS Freek fits well.
+ Can easily switch between using the left stick or d-pad to control by means of a switch on the back.
- The levers are rigid and thus require excessive force to tilt as fatigue and tear on joints.
- Way too stiff shoulder buttons. The stepless L2 and R2 buttons have to be the hardest buttons ever made, and fatigue quickly into eg racing games. The suspension can be modified easily by simply turning up the control and snip off the outer parts of the springs with pliers.
- Right-tummes buttons is quite shiny plastic surfaces causing the friction becomes very high. The thumb stick if you try to slide it over the buttons as I usually do with the Sixaxis controls, so you have to lift your thumb instead which is time consuming and also exhausting.
- The space to rest your fingers on the back of the check is pretty tight.
I bought this in order to play the Guardian of Light, which is an example of games that are really hard to play with keyboard because you need much more precise control over eight solid angles. It made the game much more fun to play.
Since this control seems to be of high quality so I do not think that the stiffness depends on billga parts but rather on Logitech's engineers actually think it should be like this. They can not be gamer It is therefore possible that Logitech's most expensive control suffers from the same problem as this, so do some research about this first and look at other brands.
Levers with good grip and can be tilted easily and soft keys with a coarse (non-glossy) surface is particularly important for people who play often and as long as the joints are not to be worn when you're having fun!