03-28-2009 04:12 PM
I am new with this gaming pad. Does this pad work with these PC games (Grand Theft Auto IV & Call of Duty - World at War)? I was told by the Sales Rep,, I should not have any problem. It does not do anything. I guess I am doing something wrong.
The pad during installation and test worked well. I really need help. Thank you.
03-29-2009 07:53 AM - edited 03-30-2009 04:43 AM
Definitely stay away from this Rumblepad if you can. Return it and buy an Xbox 360 controller. All games are made to work with a 360 controller. You're lucky if you load up a game and the Rumblepad 2 works out of the box. I just tried Prince of Persia, and it was MADE for the 360 controller. It uses those colors (green, yellow, red, blue) to tell you what buttons to press.
Then I just tried MLB 2K9 and none of the buttons are properly mapped when you load up the game. I now need to figure out the proper mapping.
Bottom line, save yourself trouble and get a 360 controller. Google and you'll find out is the most supported controller out there. What **bleep** for me is I have a PS3, and now I have to go buy a 360 controller for my PC!!
And my TWO Rumblepad 2's are useless.
05-25-2009 02:50 PM
I have the Dual Action Gamepad and have been in contact with Logitech and they don't have an answer yet. I was able to get the gamepad to work on one (Toshiba Laptop) computer fine. The other computer, it works for a few minutes and one by one the gamepad buttons stop working. Finally nothing at all.
Remove gamepad and reload game, ok for the first couple minutes. Then same. Why it works on one computer, but not on the other is a mystery. Only thing different I found was I had loaded a generic keyboard emulation program for my joystick (worked fine) before I installed the Logitech software and gamepad on the first computer. Still doesn't work with second computer even trying this.
Logitech doesn't have a clue. They said the gamepad was defective. Have a second gamepad on order to check this out.
02-13-2010 07:47 PM
Learn to use your mouse and keyboard, no need for autoaim, much better accuracy and precision, requires real skill (Not button mashing that people just are used to since they were a child), ability to twitch hit. You won;t stand any chance using a controller vs a well skilled m/k player, especially without autoaim. Don't believe me? Feel free to try!
04-01-2010 11:03 PM - edited 04-01-2010 11:05 PM