Sega Dreamcast Controller Pad Reviews
Description:Key Features: Analog thumbpad plus 2 analog triggers. Digital d-pad plus 5 digital buttons. 2 built-in high-speed expansion slots.
Newest Review: ... how that would be a problem since the 4 buttons and the triggers are placed far away from the bottom of the controller. The ... more
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Customer Sega Dreamcast Controller Pad Reviews (8)
by - written on 14/01/01, updated on 14/01/01 (Very useful, 286 readings)
I don't really have much to say about the Dreamcast controller - after all, you can't really judge a console by the controller, but it's nice to know that you'll be getting the most innovative and comfortable controller on the market with the Dreamcast. It has to be inspired by the Nights analogue pad that was released on the Sega Saturn in collaboration with the superb game Nights, and so it has a lot of similar properties to that pad. It has the same style of shoulder buttons and is roughly the same shape, and size, but the Dreamcast pad is much more comfortable to hold, and has much more style! The standard Dreamcast ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
The sega dreamcast controller looked very different to any video game controller that was available back then. Instead of being a long thin type of controller, the dreamcast controller was the exact opposite. But it is to this day one of my favourite controllers it maybe a bit chunky but when your using it, it feels more a deluxe controller rather than a massive controller which is hard to grip. The buttons are very well laid out and never get in the way of each other. There are also two triggers at the back of the controller one on the right and one on the left, the rest of the buttons you can see in the picture four regular buttons A,B,X,Y. A thumb analog ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/01, updated on 06/09/01 (Very useful, 83 readings)
How important is a controller? It’s just a bit of plastic with a wire that plugs into your console, which you use to interact with a game isn’t it? Well your right but the controller is one of the most important parts of a console, there is no point in having the best console on the earth if it has a controller so badly designed you can’t use it for more than 20 minutes. So what’s the first thing you see when you look at the Dreamcast controller? You see a smooth, rounded design, which looks very stylish. Touch me, feel me is what it screams at you! The controller comes in the standard off-white colour, although Sega Europe did ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/01, updated on 24/07/01 (Very useful, 70 readings)
If you're buying a Dreamcast then you're going to get a control pad with it, providing you're buying new of course. But the Dreamcast has four controller ports, so you may as well make use of them - find some friends if you haven't got any, and start playing those fantastic multiplayer titles - but you will need more than one controller, so if you want my advice - go for the official Sega Dreamcast product, other pads have been known to fall apart really easily, but the DC official pad is strong, ergonomic - very comfortable and most importantly it's only £9.99 from Sega themselves - check out there website (www.sega-europe.com), very good indeed! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/02, updated on 02/01/02 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Lets face it out of all the peripherals ever made the most important is and always will be the controller. The N64 revolutionized the controller market, yes it is old ideas implemented in a different way but it was revolutionary the Rumble pack and Analogue stick idea helped create Sony’s Duel Shock controller. Now a controller is important, I feel that they need to evolve from console to console in order to progress the world of gaming. I was a bit disappointed in the PS2 one it felt like I was playing an older system but despite this the new analogue features on the buttons is evidence of gaming progressing. The Gamecube controller is said to be ... Read the complete review
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