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I have a wired one! It's the best thing ever. Many games have support for it and auto-map the controls for you like someone mentioned above. I would skip the wireless, the wired one has a very long cord and you never have to worry about batteries. Just smarter in my opinion.
^this works great when i switch over to my hd tv from my monitor lay back play games.
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i got a 360 controller for xmas

are there any better windows drivers for the 360 controller?
microsoft ones suck
rt/lt are the same axis
no deadzone settings

i have a ps2 controller with dpadpro psxp drivers that works just fine for most games
thought m$ would add 2 analog axis for the r/l triggers
gas+brake =/= breakstand?
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