- Eight-way directional pad and six digital buttons
- Convenient plug-n-play USB connectivity
- Works for PC and Mac
- Requires PC running Windows 98 SE or later, or Mac running OS X 10.0 or later
This is a good controller for the price I paid, feels light which usually means cheap but the buttons feel quality, they don't feel mushy and have a decent click to them and have a quality feel to how they press, same with the shoulder buttons and D-Pad. Hopefully it will last. Nice long cable. Works in Linux.
It amazing how weell they imitated the actual SNES controller, same exact size and the buttons are pretty much exactly the same color. Only difference is the color behind the Y X B and A buttons is different and no Nintendo name on the controller just a blank oval where it would say Nintendo on an official Nintendo brand SNES Controller.
Not bad for the price and at least I can now play games on my Laptop without using the awkward arrow keys making maze games a lot easier to play.
This controller for the PC/Mac is great if you want to use a controller for SNES games or even use it for NES or even Gameboy! The flaws are that the L & R buttons are too loud when clicked in a certain way and the dpad is fairly solid
I originally bought this from Amazon from a different seller, but all I got was a knock-off and one of the buttons didn't work. I ordered it from Stone Age Gamer, and I got EXACTLY what was advertised. This controller is a good one, and I'd recommend it!
I purchased this controller for use as a gamepad on my PC. It was instantly recognized by my Windows 7 box and worked without any additional mapping/configuration. While the controller itself is very light, the buttons have good action and the dpad is fairly solid. I would think the only thing that would be better would be if you modded a real SNES controller to utilize a USB connection.