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Arthur-Otaku
10-31-2008, 02:13 AM
I will need this for some fighting games on xbox, the original xbox controller is so bad for fighting games but many people claim about these converters because the button lag so I'm looking for an converter without lag problems

I found this on play-website:
http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-gm-49-en-70-1fo.html

The buyers says that there are lag on dualshock2 controller but works fine with dualshock1 and saturn controllers, anyone can confirm it?

Which is the best converter for xbox? Anyone without lag using dualshock2?

Thanks!

norkusa
10-31-2008, 10:52 AM
I don't know anything about that one but I use the Game Elements adapter with my cobalt flux when I play DDR & Stepmania on Xbox. Never noticed any lag and and you can also use it on Gamecube (and Wii I assume). Plus it has a switch so you can toggle between gamepad & wheel functions.

They're kinda hard to find now but you could look for the Gemini adapter instead which is basically the exact same thing but with a different name on it.

Vlcice
10-31-2008, 01:10 PM
The Magic Box adapter (PS/Saturn/DC) is the best, if you can find it. It has no lag in all games, including Street Fighter Anniversary and Capcom Fighting Jam - those are usually very picky about controllers.

The Game Elements/Gemini adapters, which are readily available on eBay for about 6$, also work well with pretty much all games except Street Fighter Anniversary and Capcom Fighting Jam.

norkusa
10-31-2008, 02:31 PM
The Magic Box adapter (PS/Saturn/DC) is the best, if you can find it. It has no lag in all games, including Street Fighter Anniversary and Capcom Fighting Jam - those are usually very picky about controllers.

I used to have a Magic Box but I always had problems with it, especially in Guilty Gear #XX. Tried using a DC Agetec stick, one of the old Namco Tekken sticks with yellow buttons, and a Saturn pad. Buttons would always be re-mapped in odd ways and some wouldn't work at all.