Best mac games & accessories according to redditors

We found 771 Reddit comments discussing the best mac games & accessories. We ranked the 156 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Mac Games & Accessories:

u/chadalem · 40 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

At the risk of sounding like a corporate flunky, there is a $50 option:

u/firepyromaniac · 22 pointsr/pcmasterrace

This is exactly that, I own it and it's pretty strange and hard to get used to tbh.

u/Squid_Smuggler · 17 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

8 bitdo sn30 pro plus, it says in the description that it's compatible with windows 7 and works well on switch. The only downside is that it can't wake the switch up from sleep.

u/Corbotron_5 · 16 pointsr/PSVR
u/MoogleMan3 · 14 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Link to controller in question because OP couldn't be bothered to link it.

Here's the newer version.

u/OkeydokeyCyborg95 · 12 pointsr/funny
u/Traches · 12 pointsr/teslamotors

Yeah, bluetooth controllers are a thing. Controlling your tesla with this guy would be orgasmic.

u/chicken_fried_food · 8 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'm using this one for Twilight Princess right now and I'm having no issues so far.

u/zrhodes3 · 8 pointsr/xboxone

To begin with, I'd rate most TV sound experiences ~ 3/10.

If you're on a budget, for less than $50 the Xbox One Stereo Headset will get you omnidirectional sound and enchance you're experience quite a bit. I'd rate the sound experience 6/10.

If you can spend $100, buy the Cloud II's. They're considered HiFi and they're amazing quality. Sound experience 8/10.

If you can spend $230, buy the Cloud II's and the MixAmp Pro TR, which gives you access to 7.1 Surround Sound and maximizes the Cloud II's potential. Phenomenal sound experience 11/10.

I am speaking from my own personal experience with each.

u/MelonFancy · 8 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I got this 71 key Drevo mechanical keyboard for $62. It has RGB led lighting and Bluetooth, which is awesome if you game from the couch.

u/breezytrees · 8 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I went with the pro gaming elite bundle and it's a game changer.

I also bought this ravpower 26800 powerbank which the case was specifically made to fit and it fits like a glove.

It can also fit a spare set of joycons (complete with the bumpers attached), an 8bit sn30pro, this portable dock, and this small charger, complete with all cables required except the hdmi cable.

Full disclosure, that dock and compact charger works with latest switch firmware, but the dock has died once already and was replaced under warranty by the manufacturer. If I were to do it again I'd probably switch to the bionic all in one dock that includes charger, hdmi cable, and everything.

Edit: Bonus: I also attached a pro controller to the unit via this molded controller case attached to the satisfy case via the provided carabiner - or I would if this particular part of my setup wasn’t stolen.

u/Link1017 · 7 pointsr/pcmasterrace

You can use this or this.

u/Morinaka · 7 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Retrolink make USB Gamecube pads,

If it's like their other USB gamepad replicas (i have N64 & NES ones) it should be top notch.

u/Lower_Than_a_Kite · 7 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Finally made the switch to 21:9 It makes my workflow for editing photos and making music so much more enjoyable. So many pixels!


Drevo Calibur

YMDK Carbon Keycaps

Felt Extended Mousepad

Dell u3419w

Logitech g602


u/IdiotWizardNinja · 7 pointsr/MarioMaker

This is the one I plan on getting. It has decent reviews and I think it would be best with my gameplay style.

u/TheEJM3 · 6 pointsr/simracing

PC is the way to go. Not sure about the AU market (I only speak freedom dollars), but $2,000 will buy you a really good PC. An 8700k or 9900k CPU, 16 or 32gb of ram and a 2080ti or 1080ti GPU will be enough to run anything well.

You’ll prob find Assetto Corsa has the biggest track selection. There’s a huge modding community that make add ons (both free and for purchase) for the game. It’ll take some tinkering with the mods, but the game will look really good for a few dollars.

For multiplayer racing, nothing beats iRacing IMO. I get so nervous lap 1 my legs shake. It costs way more than AC though, so if AC works for him, stay there. It looks like iRacing is paying attention to the Aussie market. They’re adding a new Gfinity Supercars eSeries in 2020:

I have a G29 wheel with shifter and it works well, but I swapped out the pedals for the Fanatec V3s and chopped a half second a lap. The sky’s the limit here, but don’t skimp on the pedals.

Screens / VR:
You can get buy with a single monitor, triples are better and VR is the best for immersion but takes some getting used to. Boosted Media (YouTube) just switched over from a triple setup to a VR setup and made a video comparing the two that’s worth a watch:

Weld up your own. If you guys race, you either have a mig or know a guy that does. You’ll blow your budget on a decent rig otherwise. I welded mine up with a junk yard car seat and some 1” square tubing for the same price as I would have spent on the glorified foldable drinking chair here:

That’s the core of it. Any one of the topics above can be a bit of a rabbit hole. If you want to take it one step at a time, build the PC, buy a good size monitor and the wheel/pedal set first then build from there. The G29 can be used on carpeting without a problem so driving from a computer desk in the short term while you guys figure everything else isn’t a bad way to go.

Good luck and have fun.



u/EricWpG · 6 pointsr/Overwatch

It's possible with emulators, but highly frowned upon (and likely considered cheating).

u/aTeddyRuxbin · 6 pointsr/pcmasterrace

You can use both of those if you want. Great for emulators

Usb gamecube controller :

u/_Nibelheim_ · 6 pointsr/Fighters

PS4/PS3 & PC - I own this fightpad, many people say its the best fightpad on the market, I would concur.

XBONE/360 & PC

Fusion by PowerA is also releasing a wired fightpad this fall you may wanna check out.

u/kfsb2 · 6 pointsr/EmulationOnAndroid

I love this controller. Makes my phone feel like a switch. Haven't noticed any input lag and it works great for ps1 games as well as NES and GBA.

Solidly built, very responsive and nice clickable buttons and triggers, and you can also click in the sticks.

It stretches to fit your phone (just check your phone length I think it needs to be under 6in). Won't fit in jeans pockets but it'll fit in cargo shorts or a hoodie. I keep it in my backpack and use it on the train

u/shadow0416 · 6 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

With Zealios V2s, even a 60% keyboard will cost you $60 for the switches alone, leaving you with, at best, $90 for the keyboard itself. As far as I'm aware, your only option at that price point is the 60% GMMK Compact which, with pudding keycaps included, will cost you $88 without shipping. There could also be some cheap kits on Tai Hao or AliExpress that I'm not aware of.

As for alternative tactile switches, the main competitors for Zealios V2s are Holy Pandas and its brothers (similarly priced), Zilents (pricier), Topre (pricier and non-customizable) and Box Royals (Cheaper but may be too tactile). T1 switches are also an option but aren't readily available so you'll have to buy them aftermarket. I'm not too familiar with the more budget-friendly tactile options but Gateron Browns really aren't that bad. You could also try linear switches with some Kaihl Cream switches or Gateron Inks?

But at this price point with Zealios-level expectations, I think your options are very limited. If this is your first foray into mechanical keyboards, it might not be a bad idea to get a prebuilt keyboard like the Anne Pro 2 with your switch of choice or a GMMK customized to your liking.

u/HookshotTDM · 5 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I use the SN30 Pro from 8bitdo but the newer SN30 Pro+ came out just recently and will probably be more comfortable to hold with the hand grips added.

They pair to the switch instantly and show up as a Pro Controller.

u/conrad42 · 5 pointsr/gaming

I was leery because of the lower reviews, but I haven't had any issues using this with Windows 7 and Dolphin. The review where is claims it doesn't detect diffrent pressure levels on l and r is also incorrect.

u/Zero_Risk · 5 pointsr/lowendgaming

I have one of these 8bitdo SFC30 controllers and I absolutely love it. I've used it so much over the last year and a half that I'm very likely going to buy one of their NES30 Pro controllers. I think the NES30 Pro is better suited for PSP emulation and for use with a lot of indie games I have on steam (e.g. Rogue Legacy, Binding of Isaac, Risk of Rain).

u/TheForlornGamer · 5 pointsr/Tekken

Just get the Fighting Commander. It's like a couple more dollars expensive than this one but it's much bigger and has a better D-pad altogether. They even have one for Xbox, too.

u/Night_Eye · 5 pointsr/dbfz

Using numpad notation: (5 = neutral, 6 is toward the opponent, 8 up, etc.)


IAD: 8 6 6 and 8 4 4 are pretty inefficient try:


IAD forward: 9->6 (wait a little in between, going back to neutral before 6. the cleaner/faster you get with this the closer to the ground you'll be when you dash - which is preferable because it gives less time for the opponent to react)


IAD backward: 7->4 (again neutral in between)


Other people have pointed out the shortcut for airdashing - I've always found those kinda hit or miss, so i prefer the above. Up to you though.


Long Jump: input: 2 8 (neutral) or 2 9 (forward) or 2 7 (backward)


TBH i don't really use this as much as I should(? idk i just play for fun and self-improvement, i'm not competitive), but it's just a practice thing - getting used to your controller. To practice, a good setup is to see if you can do a move/combo (or in this case jump) all the way from one side of the screen to the other (multiple times if it's a far-moving move) without messing up. IAD is the perfect example, start from one corner and IAD repeatedly until you get to the other corner. Do it until you can go the whole screen without missing the input. (don't just grind for it though, probably best to do this as a warm-up for 20 mins or less per day for a bit)


If you're open to getting a different controller (it's not required at all, but it may be more comfortable or more consistent for you, it is for me), I really like [this one for ps4]( and while i don't personally use the xbox variant [here it is]( Fightsticks are really nice too, but they're expensive.


Let me know if you have any other questions or if I didn't explain something properly, i'm happy to help.




Edit: Idk what's happening with the formatting, that usually works :/

u/chakrablocker · 4 pointsr/gaming

MOGA makes a $13 controller, never tried it though. I bought a controller from ipega

Really love having it for playing n64 games. It would be impossible to play with out.

u/ThatActuallyGuy · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

You can also get a GameCube controller made for PC

u/AstralElement · 4 pointsr/Gaming4Gamers

CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 Complete Starter Kit - 32 GB Edition

8bitdo SFC30 Wireless Bluetooth Controller Dual Classic Joystick for IOS / Android Gamepad - PC Mac Linux

And thousands of ROMs...

u/intrglctcrevfnk · 4 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I have the 8bitdo SNES 30 Bluetooth (actually SFC 30 b/c Amazon was out of US version controllers, set them up the day I got them and haven't had an issue since.

Well... one issue. When they first connect whatever menu I'm on goes hard scrolling (left on the main emulator menus, down on the rom selection screens). As soon as I touch a button it stops it and all is good.

I assume there is something small and trivial to fix but it really doesn't bother me much at all. Just need to google it. But if anyone knows what the fix is let me know!

u/Tacanacy · 4 pointsr/PS4

For gaming, I've used:

AKG K52, K1000, Q701; Audeze LCD-2 Classic; Audio-Technica ATH-AD700X, AD2000X (w/ MrSpeakers Alpha pads); Beyerdynamic DT990 Edition (600 Ω); Creative Aurvana Live!; Denon AH-D7200; HiFiMan HE400i, HE-500 (w/ ZMF Ori lambskin pads), HE-560 V2; HyperX Cloud II; Massdrop x Koss Porta Pro X; Monoprice Modern Retro, Monolith M1060; Philips Fidelio X2, SHP9500 (w/ Shure HPAEC1840 pads); Sennheiser HD580, HD598 SR, HD700, HD800; Sivga SV007; Stax SR-L300; Superlux HD662 EVO, HD668B (w/ Brainwavz velour pads), HD669, HD681 EVO (w/ Brainwavz velour pads); Tritton Pro+; and Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven.

My go-to recommendation is Sivga SV007 (Walnut) with V-MODA BoomPro. If you need sound isolation, then I suggest Status Audio CB-1.

If you're open to using a mic such as Antlion ModMic or Massdrop Minimic, then I have other headphone recommendations and suggestions.

For virtual surround sound, you can use Astro MixAmp Pro TR, Creative Sound Blaster G6, or Turtle Beach Elite Pro TAC. I recommend SBX Pro Studio (Creative) over Dolby Headphone (Astro and Turtle Beach) because it has less compression and more accurate positional audio.




You attach the BoomPro mic by inserting it directly into the headphone, which replaces the original headphone cable.

The cable terminates in a single 3.5 mm connector, so you can connect it directly to the controller or any other device with a headset jack, like the Mixamp, Sound Blaster G6, and Pro TAC. If you connect it to a regular headphone jack, then the mic won't work. No mics will. If the device only has separate headphone and mic ports, then you need to use a TRRS Y-splitter, which is included with the BoomPro.





SV007 a well-balanced sound profile. The mid-bass, which is where boom and punch come from, is a little bit boosted. The sub-bass, which is how deep the bass goes and is where rumble comes from, is a little bit reduced. The overall bass is clean. The treble is close to neutral. It's clean, smooth, and crisp. The midrange is clear, not tinny or muffled. The overall clarity is great.

It has a large soundstage, very good imaging and separation, and good to very good detail retrieval for competitive shooters. I assess headphones mainly in Battlefield: Bad Company 2, a multiplayer game I've played for over 3000 hours and I thrive at relying on sound cues.

Soundstage is perceived space and environment of sound. It's width, depth, and height. I talk about the type of soundstage that the headphone produces. Many games have a narrow, shallow, and short soundstage. A small soundstage makes the environment around you sound confined or boxed in. With a large soundstage, the environment sounds more spatial and expansive. You can't comprehend it without experiencing it. Imaging is inherent to the audio content. It's how accurately the locations of sounds/objects are reproduced. Soundstage and imaging constitute positional audio, and you could say they are the stereo equivalent of virtual surround sound. Before you make any stances on virtual surround sound, I recommend that you read this post I wrote. Separation is how you discern individual sounds from a range of overlapping sounds.


You can actually judge for yourself by listening to recordings on YouTube.

I prefer to watch Podcastage for mic reviews.


Build, ergonomics, & features



SV007 has an open design (as you can see with the grills on the earcups), so sound passes freely in and out, unlike closed headphones which attenuate sound from passing through. The benefits of an open design are generally a larger soundstage and better imaging. If your ears tend to heat up, it may help mitigate this as it allows more airflow and heat to dissipate.

The build is sturdy and lightweight, featuring metal yokes, hinges, and headband. It has no flimsy or squeaky parts. The cups are made of wood. They tilt and swivel and can lie flat. I have average sized ears and the earpads fit around them and don't press them against the inside of the cups. The pads are plush and have a smooth and relatively high-quality protein leather. The headband has decent padding, but the headphone has great weight distribution so it doesn't exert pressure on top of my head and doesn't cause hotspots. Adjusting the headband is smooth and easy and it stays firmly in place. The clamping force is mild and isn't too loose or too tight for my average sized head. The build quality is excellent with a near immaculate finish all around.


BoomPro has a flexible aluminum neck and a tangle-free, braided cable that's free of microphonics. The game volume and mic mute controls are easy to adjust and don't accidentally adjust themselves when rubbing against your clothes. Adjusting them is smooth and consistent, not scratchy, sluggish, or sticky. The mic is as non-obtrusive as a boom mic can be and is almost unnoticeable in my peripheral vision.


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u/NoChart · 4 pointsr/pcgaming

The Xbox d-pads are nearly all terrible for precise inputs. Grab up a controller that was made for fighting games, like these ones.

u/teapot_RGB_color · 4 pointsr/Tekken

Never seen anyone with a 360 controller, but I know a lot of people that use ps3 controller by watching Tekken tournaments.

Viable alternative for xbox: Hori Fighting Commander

Have one myself, can recommend, albeit don't use it anymore.. trying to learn stick...

u/Niflhe · 4 pointsr/giantbomb

> Playing

I'm still plugging away at Fire Emblem: Three Houses and just started back into Dragon Quest XI. I don't have a ton of new thoughts on either, but I'm playing them and hoping to get through Fire Emblem fairly soon. Hey guess what, that guy what likes JRPGs really likes Dragon Quest go figure.

I bought a 8Bitdo Sn30 to help expand my rotation of controllers. It's a neat little controller with a killer D-pad. The D-pad is so good, in fact, that it kinda makes me worse at the games I've been playing, namely Celeste. I've gotten so used to the kinda squirrely nature of the Joycon analog stick that trying to play with an honest to god D-pad made me fail repeatedly. I played a few SNES games with it and they all felt great, though Super Mario World was a lot harder than I remember.

> #content

Podcasts and catching up on old videos

> This week

I have a busy week ahead of bullshit work retreats, so we'll see how much time I have in the evenings.

u/Bro-Gar · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

My favorite controller for sidescroller games has always been 8Bit-do's Sn30 line of controllers. It's $45, so a bit more than what you were looking for, but the d-pad is leagues better IMO. It's about $12 less than a pro controller.



A YouTube review:

u/bethanyh16 · 4 pointsr/iPadPro
  1. Anne Pro 2- a very popular mechancial keyboard with nice tactile switches and good looking keycaps, it is wireless and has a pretty good battery life, retails for around $100. I would recommend this over this over anything that I will list
  2. Logitech K780- Very similar to the Logitech K380 below, has mushy circular keycaps but has a tablet stand, also is multi-device, $80
  3. Logitech K380-the same thing as the one above just without the tablet slot, $30-$40
  4. Jelly Comb Foldable Keyboard-this is a small little foldable BT keyboard that retails for around $30, reviews looks good

  5. Anne Pro 2-
  6. Logitech K780-
  7. Logitech K380-
  8. Jelly Comb-
u/PriceKnight · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

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u/tomkatt · 3 pointsr/ShieldAndroidTV

I can't say enough good things about the 8BitDo SN30 Pro+ controller. I've shelved all my other gamepads since I got two of them (I have the black and the SNES model; prefer the SNES).

That includes my PS3, XBox 360, and Steam controllers. All in the closet now. Don't need them since the SN30 Pro+ works with the Shield and my PC. I just pair the PC in XInput mode (X+Start) and the Shield in "PS4" mode (A+Start). Then I can switch freely between the Shield and the PC with one gamepad.

The sticks are a bit sensitive, but overall solid with a full range on the axes. I've been playing Doom 2016 and Shadow Warrior 2 with no issues on it.

u/otaking3582 · 3 pointsr/Skullgirls

Best option for Switch: 8Bitdo Sn30 Pro+

Not only does it have a great d-pad (certainly better than the one on the Pro Controller or Switch Lite), but the form factor and button placement is superb, and you can easily use it to play PC games and emulators

u/TemptedTemplar · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Official Switch Pro Controller $62

PowerA GameCube Pro Controller $50

PowerA Wireless Enhanced Controller $35

8bitdo SN30 Pro+ $50

Outside of Official devices, powerA, Hori, PDP, or 8bitdo; I wouldn't recommend any of the no-name brands you'll find on Amazon, as they're all hawking the same Chinese knock off products.

u/Lorben · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

>Does Zelda have RPG elements? As in something to grind out to make your character OP? Whether it be levels, abilities, and so on.

Kinda, you can upgrade your health and stamina by completing shrines. No traditional experience based RPG levels, you can't just grind in one spot until you're buff.

>Is there a recommendation on controllers?

The official Pro Controller or an 8bitdo SN30 Pro+. Both are quality controllers.

The benefits of the Pro controller is that it can scan Amiibos, has HD rumble and can turn on the system by holding down the home button.

The benefits of the SN30 Pro+ is that it has a much better d-pad, and has software that lets you remap all the buttons, change joystick deadzones, trigger sensitivity, and a few other things.

>Are the A-B-X-Y backwards on all the controllers? I keep pressing b thinking it’s a.

Technically the A-B-X-Y is backwards on every other controller because the SNES controller used those buttons first. But yes, every controller made for the Switch will have the Nintendo layout.

>Now that the gripe is out of the way. I can’t wait to hop into the games on here. Are there any recommendations y’all would make for a PS4 gamer that is mostly into JRPG’s and visual novel/social sim element stuff. Or any single player games on switch you consider to be criminal to not have.

For exclusives, Pokemon Sword\Shield immediately comes to mind, that's out next month. You may also enjoy SteamWorld Quest.

There's also some good multiplatform games that I feel work better on the Switch due to portability like Dragon Quest XI, Final Fantasy 7\8\9\10, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy,
Katamari Damacy Reroll and Undertale. So if you haven't picked up those for PS4 you may want to consider them for the Switch.

Single player games most people enjoy in general and might be your type are Super Mario Odyssey, Bayonetta + Bayonetta 2, and Astral Chain.

u/alittlebeat · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I second this OP, I just got in this week the new wireless 8bitdo SN30 Pro+ controller for $50 & its amazing. As someone online described it, its like a hybrid between the dualshock 4 + Switch Pro controller. The layout of the buttons & dpad is like the PS4 dualshock but its a retro Nintendo design for sure. It comes in 3 colors: the Gameboy variant, SNES, or an all black. (I personally went with gameboy cuz I have the Pro controller already which is an all black. And I prefer the button colors for the Gameboy over the SNES)

For features it has:

  1. customizable software (which also includes the ability to set macros to certain buttons or just to adjust the sensitivity of things)

  2. the ability to work across devices/platforms, as it can be used for things like the Switch, Android, Mac, or PC

  3. a rechargeable battery that is ALSO removable & allows you to use two AA batteries to power it if your battery dies (and the rechargeable battery has a 20 hour life which is pretty good for a 3rd party controller

  4. actual handles/wings unlike all the other 8bitdo controllers they've done in the past

    The placement of the dpad makes it perfect for platformers, & especially for Mario Maker 2 which is why I pre-ordered it. The official Switch Pro controller is good...except for the fact that the dpad can register false movements. Because you can for example press right & down at the same time accidentally when you're only trying to press right. But the SN30 Pro+ its also an all around great controller, not just for platformers.

    If you'd like something more portable & don't mind lacking wings/handles, 8bitdo has smaller versions/variations of the wireless SN30 Pro+ but without wings & the customization software. They are usually between $40-$50 for the SN30 Pro or SF30 Pro models, the regular N30 Pro/Pro2 is around $40, & there's even a wired model for $25.
u/electricfunerall · 3 pointsr/Guitar

I use a USB to 1/4" cable from the Rocksmith video game to record on my Mac, or on an iPad via the Camera Connection Kit. I don't play the game, but the cable is quality. Sounds really great for the price, not much more expensive than the one you linked, plus it's longer and has free shipping. You should consider it!

u/dso25 · 3 pointsr/rocksmith

Cheapest place is probably Amazon. Not sure where you are from but, for instance, it's 22 pounds on UK:

You can get officially through Ubisoft but that's probably a bit more expensive:

And don't worry about your finger technique, we all start from the same place! It's all about practice :) You'll have lots of fun with Rocksmith and your guitar.

u/davedontmind · 3 pointsr/rocksmith
u/Conchiron · 3 pointsr/rocksmith

Was this the one?

I've just placed an order, hopefully will get at least an update soon.

u/stagehog81 · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

I have a Razer Sabertooth that I use for some games and it works out really well for me. I tend to prefer mouse & keyboard for most games.

u/Chomper32 · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Other pay to win components of console, if we’re going off your definition, would be custom and/or modded controllers (see razer wolverine or just things like that), and adapters so you can use keyboard and mouse on console (see things like this or other adapters). So just because someone can buy something expensive, doesn’t mean it’s pay to win. If that was the case, literally everything in the world is pay to win.

u/DarthKanyeTheSavior · 3 pointsr/StreetFighter

No there's an adapter

u/mrvandemarr · 3 pointsr/GearVR

This is a link someone else posted for the ipega. it's only $24 and it has worked perfect for me. I like everything about it.

u/pak9rabid · 3 pointsr/gaming

Here's my setup:

  • Raspberry Pi 3
  • LibreELEC
  • Kodi Gamestarter addon
  • 8bitdo SFC30 SNES controller(s)

    This allows you to use your Pi not only as a RetroArch machine, but also a general-purpose media center machine running Kodi. Seeing as I have multiple machines like this around the house, I serve up my ROMs and Save Game data off a server via NFS, so that I can play a game on one box, then move to another one and pick up my saved game from there. This is a far better setup than the shit Nintendo is releasing.
u/ascagnel · 3 pointsr/Games

You can buy controllers that are almost identical in feel to the original SNES & NES controllers fairly cheaply off of Amazon.

I have this SNES USB wired controller, and there are wireless versions of the SNES, NES, and N64 controllers.

u/Throwawayhobbes · 3 pointsr/PS4

I presume the signal passes through from 3.5 to USB. No D-A-C is taking place.
So to answer your question yeah your not getting the full benefit without a preamp.
ATH-M50x are stereo headphones with pretty high marks on amazon.
It doesn't appear to have a mic.

I hear good things about the Astro Mix amp pro (preamp) and you can use your current headphones or another brand. It connects to the PS4 via optical cable and you will connect you Headphones via provided 3.5mm cable. This will give you 7.1 Surround Sound. Also can be hooked into a PC to interface with music and other apps you can use while gaming or twitch streaming.

Or you could buy the bundle with preamp and headphones together

I currently just have the headphones, and it's only stereo from audio jack from controller or 3.5 to usb adapter. It still sounds amazing. Has a detachable mic and custom plates and head pad you can swap out . Build quality is the best I have ever seen. I do plan on picking up the Astro mix amp pro later.

It's kinda hard to compare studio monitor headphones with gaming headphones. Two different kind of tools .

u/Labyrinthy · 3 pointsr/PS4

Long story short, the DualShock 4 output isn’t that great. It has limitations meaning that plugging a $20 set of headphones in will have the same maximum volume a $200 set will have. It’s best to bypass the DS4 altogether when looking for optimal audio quality. There are two ways to do this:

Get a wireless headset like the Gold headset mentioned already.

Or, you can buy an amp if you’re looking to use an existing headset. I have a pair of Sennheiser Game One headphones and I use this amp in order to make the most of them. As someone that values audio above pretty much all else, let me tell you, it was worth the money.

u/Abmahnanwalt · 3 pointsr/Roms

I can recommend anything from 8BitDo, especially the SNES ones.

Since a few months i use the HORI Fighting Commander for most retro systems up to PSX. It feels great + there's a PS version, if you prefer that.

u/Wellingtonhouse01 · 3 pointsr/battlestations

WASD is just the keycaps that came with the DREVO calibur keyboard. The rest is some cheap key cap set I found on amazon. They don’t feel all that nice, I have to be honest!

Drevo calibur: DREVO Calibur 71-Key RGB LED...

Keycap set: Customized Top Printed 87 104...

u/kerminsr · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I think the closest you'll find is the Drevo Calibur

I'm on mobile, so I'm not sure if the Amazon link will work. Anyway I've heard it's a pretty good budget board like the Magicforce 68.

The YouTube channel taekeyboards has a review of it, check it out.

u/Erazorhead · 3 pointsr/EmulationOnAndroid

Link to the amazon page if you need more info:

Been wanting to get one of these kind of controllers for my phone but 40+ bucks is a little much for me.

u/DriftMonkey · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

So there are 2 models of old (discontinued) SF/SN30 Pro and 2 newer models of SN30 Pro (G Classic and Sn Editions).

u/MatNomis · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Excellent, glad you have both.

For another gaming option, if she has an iPhone, I would also suggest checking out the Apple Arcade stuff with a proper controller (you can use PS4 controllers now). I'm still in the free trial period, but it's been promising so far. I've put some decent time into Bleak Sword.

Back to the Switch, I'm not aware of any authoritative data on how people use the Switch. I don't think the subreddit survey even broached the question. I think it's also worth distinguishing between "plugged in" and "tabletop mode". I'm sure tons of people use the Switch while it's plugged into AC (or external battery) power, so they don't have to worry about running out of juice. Tabletop mode is just handheld mode, but using an external controller. The only problems specific to tabletop mode would be comfort/ergonomic related (not software).

Even with my regular Switch, I find tabletop mode a little challenging. Most tables are kind of low, so I have to look down for the screen. The built-in kickstand isn't designed to provide an angle that points the Switch at an adult's eye-level, so I usually need to put it on top of a stack of books or something...or use a separate stand that has more angles. Once this is all done, I feel I need to stay pretty close to the Switch, since the screen is pretty small (even on my regular Switch). Part of the problem is that I've been playing a lot of RPG's lately, which tend to be text- and UI element-intensive. If I was playing something like Yoshi's Crafted World, I don't think it'd be a problem.

I use the gooseneck stand to play in bed while laying down. It's bliss.

As far as portability goes, do you have any SNES controllers around the house? Either original, or maybe from the classic SNES mini? If those are comfortable for her, I would definitely consider the 8bitdo SN30 Pro (without the plus). It doesn't have the palm rest grips, but I still find it to be pretty comfortable--slightly more so than the actual SNES controller (due to it's slightly larger size). However, it's extremely portable. It slips easily into the small back-pouch on my backpack. I'm not sure how much benefit it would provide over the built-in controls on the Lite, other than saving it some wear and tear (hopefully avoiding analog stick drift), but it does have a more dual-shock style layout, which it seems like she prefers.

u/Alacaa · 2 pointsr/rocksmith

The highest bitrate is actually 48khz. Check out the cable's description from Amazon:

u/alexodam · 2 pointsr/simracing

janky but i guess it works! i upgraded froma similar setup to the playseat challenge, and I gotta say the playseat challenge is increadible. for something that folds away, its so damn sturdy and the way you can sit in the f1 seating position or gt style in seconds is crazy. honestly would reccomend this if you're looking for a cheap upgrade path that has the benefits of a £900 seat rig

u/BenevolentX · 2 pointsr/simracing

If your low on room physically, saving up some dough for a playseat challenge might be your best bet. Just fold it up and stick your entire rig in the closet when your not using it, but it's a comfortable and reasonably sturdy rig when your burning some rubber. It's not gonna hold up to a $1,000+ direct drive wheel, but it would be perfect for anything else.
At a minimum if your not using one already, try to get a desk chair rather than an office chair so that it doesn't try to turn on you while your playing.

Playseat Challenge Racing Video Game Chair For Nintendo XBOX Playstation CPU Supports Logitech Thrustmaster Fanatec Steering Wheel And Pedal Controllers

Then save up for a VR headset like the Samsung Odyssey or Odyssey Plus if you can. Everyone looks down on windowsMR for its tracking but it's seriously incredible and means you can get a killed deal on the headsets used on eBay. Plus in a racing sim you don't use the WMR controllers anyway so your basically just getting a vive pro quality screen and vr experience, for in the $200-$280 range. VR was seriously the best investment to my rig I have made so far. Absolutely love the clarity of my Odyssey plus after having an OG vive and Rift.

u/CapeAndCowl · 2 pointsr/granturismo

This, I have the Challenge and it folds up nicely with the wheel and pedals still attached. It's also a relatively cheap entry into have a seat that is attached to the wheel/pedal. Comfortable and easy to store for sure.

edit: Amazon link for the the interested.

u/halsey1006 · 2 pointsr/simracing

There are the xlerator couch-focused wheel stands, not sure of the stability or quality of them though.

If you're looking for something compact that can fold up though you might want to take a look at the playseat challenge. I got mine a few weeks ago and it's fantastic, no doubt better than the xlerator stands. It is more expensive than most of those at about $250 though.

u/B-E-N-I-S-DDDD · 2 pointsr/forza
u/kysomyral · 2 pointsr/PSVR

I went with the Playseat Challenge and the Thrustmaster T150.

They're working out great for me so far.

u/doomddo · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


Ok something contest winning worthy

I stepped on a wana (Sea urchin) Proof

bonus points

Not sure on what you mean by "dark films" but THIS is one of the most brutal movies I have ever seen. you can get it HERE.

And I am also a gamer. and I just got some new stuff for PC gaming.

Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma Sound USB Gaming Headset

Razer DeathAdder Chroma

Razer BlackWidow Chroma Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

I dont know what your budget is but the Keyboard Is so good! Its back lit and you can change the color of each key if you wanted too. HERE is a better look at it. and I know the headset you can use with a PS4 but I don't know about 3.The mouse is nice too! but if she is more of a console gamer that plays PC games I would look in to Razer Sabertooth (I know Im a razer fan boy) but there stuff works great! Im going to be looking it to getting me a Sabertooth soon too.

OR you can combined 2 things Like Russian shit + candy = THIS

Hope this helps! and thanks for the contest

u/TH3xR34P3R · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

As a straight up controller for emus and general gaming where it's supported I use a Razer Sabertooth Elite wired controller

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Injusticegame

you may want to get a hori pad. or a good arcade stick. those both rarely break. hori's gamepads are especially good and feel like the oldschool cross dpads. more FPS, not as good imo

Razer (some like these)

MLG pad

There's also the madcatz fightpad.

As for sticks Madcatz TE, Hori, and PDP would be the ones you might want.

u/-BioNic- · 2 pointsr/DestinyTheGame

This is what i use to do exactly what you just said.

u/RainbowSixThermite · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. The reason why I deserve to be gifted Is stated as number 4. I really have been eyeing stuff for my Laptop- Keyboard/mouse/mousepad/ xbox-adapter type things but those are awful expensive and no way I deserve that. I love RainbowSixSiege and there are the Halloween bundles comes out so maybe 1200 R6 Credits :)
  2. Ain't nothin' but a heartache -Backstreet Boys- I want it that way
  3. /u/Deanie1970
  5. Mouse, Xbox Keyboard Adapter, Keyboard, Mousepad, R6 Credits.

    Edit: never gonna give OP up ;)
u/bespinluke · 2 pointsr/AndroidGaming

The folks over at XDA still haven’t cracked the Note 3? That is surprising. I have the Moga Power Pro (same as the pro but bigger battery and can charge you device) and the Pocket. You will not be disappointed by the quality of Moga, any model you choose is well built and sturdy. I don’t recommend the pocket because you will need root with some emulators, the pocket does not have an HID mode like the pro. The 3rd controller you mentioned seems a lot like the IPEGA-9025 and should cost about 20.00 bucks. I read mixed reviews about the IPEGA some bashing the quality of the buttons and others bashing the compatibility with apps and phones. Is Gameclip and option because I think the OTG cable to the Sixaxis controller directly should work. Good Luck, If you do get the IPEGA post a review.

u/diegomistake · 2 pointsr/GearVR
u/CaptainBlase · 2 pointsr/GearVR
u/AndrewNathaniel · 2 pointsr/gaming

I'll link it, but I'm mobile.

Retro Link GameCube Style USB Wired Controller by Retro Link

u/dude-O-rama · 2 pointsr/gaming

Yeah but a RaspberryPi won't handle N64 well, at least not for the great majority of games. That being said, building a RetroPi with an old low end PC opens up N64 and Dreamcast emulation. If you want to go all out, you can emulate Gamecube and use a USB version of that as well.

u/TAYZE13 · 2 pointsr/RivalsOfAether

I'm afraid you're going to have a hard time with that one. I have never seen such a controller outside Nintendo. Sure, emulating an xbox controller to make a gcc work is annoying, but it's really the only option for playing with your desired joystick. Also, pretty sure only xbox controllers are gonna work for the vast majority of steam games without finding some kind of software workaround.

I have the 4 port mayflash controller adapter. I just switch it to Wii u when I use Dolphin, and to PC when I play RoA. Works fine.
Drivers can be annoying but it shouldn't be that hard to get set up.

Otherwise it's pretty much XBC, or something of lesser quality for the most part.

Take for instance, this probably cheap, crappy, USB GCC knockoff

u/TrymWS · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Holy shit, I suck at this without a GameCube controller.

I got $10k, no problem laat time I dusted off my GC after years. I could barely get $1,500 now...

Oh, and the interface is made for controllers, so the mouse does jack all in the menu. I may need to get myself one of these...

But I can run the game at 768p@144Hz! Sadly 1080p is capped at 60Hz...

u/GamingJay · 2 pointsr/nes

More of a SNES controller but can be used for NES games easily: iBuffalo controller

You can also go for a Bluetooth variant: [8bitdo controller] (

I have both and both work great. You can find cheaper versions of these but in my experience you always notice the cheapness when you get those controllers. But, they might be usable if you don't mind that

If you are wanting to get a controller you can use for years to come though I'd pick either the iBuffalo or the 8bitdo. You can also get the 8bitdo controllers in the style of old NES controllers if you really are set on it being NES specifically

u/crestedbooka · 2 pointsr/alttpr

8bitdo SF30

I love it, it's basically just an SNES controller for my computer, works for Android phones too apparently

u/RawGeorgie · 2 pointsr/retrogaming

You should look into the 8bitdo snes controller. It's legit amazing. Feels like a real snes controller + it's both wired and wireless. A bit more expensive than the ibuffalo, but the quality is waaaaay better.

u/ViggyTheBear · 2 pointsr/xboxone

Is first gen MixAmp Pro compatible with Xbox One? I looked on Amazon and noticed that it works with the last-gen platforms. Even the PS4 version doesn't seem to work with the Xbox One unless you get the one that's specifically designed for it:

u/versedguardian · 2 pointsr/xboxone

The only way to have surround sound is to have a surround sound processor like a DSS or Astro mix amp.

ASTRO Gaming MixAmp Pro TR for Xbox One - White

That mixamp is $130 but is a good investment because it handles chat through USB so no
Cable to controller. Also you can change your headset anytime you feel like.

HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset for PC, Xbox One¹, PS4, Wii U (HX-HSCS-BK/NA)

This is a decent entry level headset that will work well with the mixamp. 49.99

Total 179.99 pretax

u/butwipe123 · 2 pointsr/Gamingcirclejerk

Can anyone help me tell which mixamp is better for gaming?

I have a set of turtle beach elite pro headsets and was planning on buying the tactical audio controller for it, but from what I've read people like the ASTRO gaming MixAmp Pro TR better and I'm not sure why. They seem to do the same thing... here's the link to the things I'm talking about

u/BeardPatrol · 2 pointsr/xboxone

This is the one I got. Unfortunately its rather expensive, but supposedly much better quality. I managed to get it on sale during black Friday for $88 but you can probably save some money by buying it used and picking up the cables separately. You could also try the pickup the older model used. To my knowledge the main difference is doesn't have customizable equalizer settings, and it needs a separate cable to connect to the controller, whereas the newer model does chat audio through the USB.

u/The_Betrayer1 · 2 pointsr/blackops3

Yes sir there is, you need to pick up a mixamp pro from astro. You plug your headphones and mic into it and it into your controller.

I have a set of barnies as well, love those headphones.

u/Sorrowablaze3 · 2 pointsr/thedivision

I actually have that exact setup!

Is this the mixamp that you have?

This is specifically for Xbox one, hooking it up is really easy and it comes with all the cables you need. You don't have to hook up anything to your controller for chat, the headset into the mixamp works just fine.

Also, you do need to hook up the mixamp to a PC if you want to change the eq settings, otherwise you have Astro's default settings.

u/imhotep4 · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

You probably won't get original Cherry MX switches and RGB for this price, so here 2 boards with what r/mk deems decent clones. Both of these are branded E-Element, they come with clicky blues and are compatible with pretty much all custom keycap sets made for Cherry MX:

  1. If you don't care for the color orange you can get the absolute cheapest RGB keyboard available now as far as I know, the E-Element Z-88 with Outemu clone blue switches (louder than their Cherry MX counterparts) which is on amazon for $52. Every key on it can be set to any of these 7 colors: Red, Yellow, Lime Green, Light Blue, Dark Blue, and Magenta, but that's it. No true RGB.

  2. If you want true RGB and like "floating keys" (visible switches from underneath the keycaps), the E-Element RGB keyboard with Outemu clone switches would probably be right for you.

    You can get it in black for $66 from amazon,

    or in silver for $80 from

    Massdrop seems to have a weird version of it with ALPS stems on the switches, which means that only ALPS keysets will be compatible with it.

    Here are some gorgeous photos of it with a set of custom keycaps, also some discussion about the switches in the comments.
u/C0rdt · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I have this one from Amazon but in just white backlit not RGB.

The switches are actually really nice (if you like blues) although VERY loud. I just put o-rings on last night which substantially improved all you hear is the switches instead of the keycaps themselves clacking off the board.

Also the keycaps seem to be of surprisingly decent quality, all double shot injection molded.
Another bonus I found was that the larger wire stabilized keys are not attached directly to the wire but to a '+' attached to the wire just like another switch.

It is also available tenkeyless.

(note - "e-element" "eagletec" and "mechanicaleagle" are all the same switches and for the most part the same board.)

u/FullMetalBallsack · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

I have the full, non tenkeyless, version of this with backlighting. This model to be exact. It has a metal faceplate, the switches feel very nice, although I have never used MX blues, only reds, and overall it feels like a premium product. AMA

u/indie_mcemopants · 2 pointsr/INJUSTICE

You could pick up the Hori Fighting Commander for Xbox. I haven't used one myself, but from reading around, a lot of people say it has one of the best d-pads for fighting games you can buy (DS4 included).

u/adamswagem · 2 pointsr/Tekken

this one that someone else linked looks better exclusively for fighting games, whereas the one you linked is more versatile for other games too, so it depends on what you're gonna be playing.

u/00Nothing · 2 pointsr/StreetFighter

Second on the Fighting Commander! If you're playing on PC, I recommend the PS4 one over the XBone one. The XBone controller is technically more customizable, but it's also a bigger pain, and the PS4 commander will just do what you need. It's also a great pad for emulators, platformers, and anything else that just needs a d-pad and some face buttons.

u/KNOWKUSH · 2 pointsr/Guiltygear I use this thing and I really like it. Definitely improved my inputs coming from a xbox one controller.

u/Hammithimmis · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

It's a good idea to check seller feedback across all platforms. Most legit sellers usually have hundreds of reviews with a overall score of 90% and up.

Not sure if this is your same one, but [this seller] ( on Ebay seems legitimate.

With your requirements and at that price point, the Anne Pro is your best best. The only wireless alternative I can think of is the [Drevo Calibur] (, but that's a slightly larger form factor. Good luck!

u/Leftist_Losers · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

gotcha. Problem is there's no way to make the magicforce 68 wireless that's simple and good looking. There's no space in the case for it. You're better off finding another keyboard, if you really need arrow keys and bluetooth compatibility.

EDIT: Maybe this is what you want

EDIT 2: (Sorry! Link didn't work)

u/dydhaw · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Anyone have the DREVO Calibur? How good is it? Are the switches replaceable?

u/fieldnigga · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

But then I thought... I should have asked you guys for advice before buying. I did my own research so you guys, being veterans, might have a better suggestion.

I bought it off amazon for 52 bucks, had a lot of great reviews, probably the most well reviewed wireless mech for the price range. Went with the brown switch for a mix of gaming and typing, 71 key because when I'm playing games, extra keys tend to get in the way after a certain point and I'm a minimalist anyway. I also like the spacing on mechanical keyboards and this keyboard in particular. The general layout has enough room between the keys and the keycaps are clearly defined from each other so you don't accidentally mash more than one and it will register even if you do.

Are there better mechanical kbs for this price range/these specs, though? Amazon will let me return it if you guys have a better suggestion.


Here is the amazon link.

u/fuckthekids · 2 pointsr/Games

There's actually some pretty good telescoping BT controllers for mobile. I have this one and it makes my phone feel a lot like a PSP.

u/AssCrackBanditHunter · 2 pointsr/emulation

I'm thinking one of those clips that telescopes out and holds your phone horizontally and looks like a psp would be ideal

Something like this would allow you to hold the phone one handed while using a stylus with the right hand. The real trick is finding a controller that isn't total garbàge

u/Daemoneyes__ · 2 pointsr/pcgaming

> Without carrying a controller around, which I certainly don’t do, full fledged pc games will have terrible controls on a mobile device.

Seems okayish to carry around, i wish they were connected via usb but oh well compromises.

But yeah biggest problem is UI and also that pc games arent gameplay optimized for short sessions.

u/zkkaiser · 2 pointsr/cemu

I've been doing the same thing! This is the controller I've been using it works so flawlessly it's kind of criminal I was able to get the 'Switch' experience for less than $40...

I use Moonlight over 4g and mainly use steam-link when at home, because I could never get steam-link over 4g to work properly even after forwarding the ports but both work pretty much equally well.

u/ateijelo · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I have both 8bitdo SNES controllers:

  • SN 30 (
  • SN 30 Pro (

    The SN30 looks pretty much exactly like the original, except the text says "8Bitdo GamePad Bluetooth Controller" instead of "Super Nintendo Entertainment System". They're both great, and I've gotten pretty good scores in Tetris when playing alone.

    But when more controllers are connected, and I'm playing multiplayer Tetris, there's an ever-so-slight input lag that makes me consistently make mistakes. Just switching to the left Joy-Con directional buttons is better.

    So my main hope with this official one was that, since it's essentially a Pro controller with missing buttons and sticks, the input lag issue wouldn't exist. I haven't confirmed it. I'll do it this Friday at the office where we play Tetris regularly.

    The fact that it also looks like the official one is just a plus ;)
u/SmilesUndSunshine · 2 pointsr/finalfantasytactics

I like the controllers with the phone clips because there's more control with how the screen is angled. I don't like the controllers that attach to the sides of the phone (like a Game Gear). I have a Gamesir G4S. It's quite good in feel. The only issue I have is it randomly disconnects now and then, which isn't too big a deal for a game like FFT.

A lot of people like the 8bitdo variants with a separate clip, but they're smaller than I'd like.

You can find a lot of info for different controllers on /r/emulationonandroid

u/boxsterguy · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I have this one and I don't notice any input lag over what would be noticeable with a normal Switch Pro controller when using it with my Switch. You do not need a separate dongle for the Switch. The ones 8bitdo sell are for bluetooth-less devices, like the mini consoles (Wii accessory-style connector to Bluetooth) or original consoles (SNES to Bluetooth, NES to Bluetooth, Genesis to Bluetooth). On Switch or Raspberry Pi or a laptop or PC with built-in Bluetooth will work just fine. If you have a PC without Bluetooth, pretty much any dongle will work just fine.

u/guybrush3000 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

The newer, less snes one, with the snes purple buttons. The only other one is the gameboy colors one, which is not a palette I can get down with.

u/KoolAidMan00 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

8bitdo SN30 Pro:


Pro Controller is still the best but the SN30 is a good option for a second controller or if you need that nice OG dpad for retro and classic games.

u/animatohnn · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'm traveling this June too across the Atlantic and this is what I will be taking with me after some thinking/research.

  1. Case: Mumba Carrying Case
    Great protection + lots of space especially if you have a grip on your console. Decent price to what you're getting.

  2. Battery Pack: RAVPower 26800 PD Power Bank
    26800mAh would be the power limit that planes allow onboard. They ask for less than 100 Wh.To get the Wh of a power bank, use this formula (mAh)/1000 x (V) = (Wh) (V is usually 3.7 for these types of packs)

  3. Controller: 8Bitdo Sn30 Pro Bluetooth Gamepad (G Classic Edition)
    Slim and portable and works great with the types of games I play (one of them being Octopath!)

  4. Stand: HORI Compact Stand - Zelda Edition
    As most people recommend, a stand is a great thing to carry so you can play without straining your hands from the weight of the switch. This one lets you charge your switch and is designed for it, not a repurposed phone stand.

    And obviously your charger, usb-C cables, headphones, joy con straps.

u/mycarrotbroke · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Hi, so this is going to be a tough one...the price range you provided is very low. Personally, I don't own anything that is of that price range but I have heard that for a cheap beginner board that is decent quality the Magicforce 68 by Qisan is a pretty good board.



If you're willing to spend a little more:


Anne pro 2:


Ducky one 2 Mini:


Best of luck!

u/kiwiandapple · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme

Maybe a bit late, but I will explain most of my choices, in a reply to this post since I went over the 10000 character limit reddit provides per post.
If you have any questions. Don't hesitate to ask I'll be around the whole day.

I actually took the time to look at what is available at your MicroCenter. I went with most products that were either the same or cheaper.


PCPartPicker Part List

CPU | AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor | $159.99 @ MicroCenter (combo)
Motherboard | ASRock B450 Pro4 ATX AM4 Motherboard | $89.99 @ MicroCenter (combo)
Memory | G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory | $69.99 @ Newegg
Storage | Sabrent Rocket 512 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive | $59.98 @ Amazon
Storage | Western Digital Blue 2 TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive | $54.99 @ MicroCenter
Video Card | EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8 GB BLACK GAMING Video Card + CoD: Modern Warfare | $519.99 @ MicroCenter
Case | be quiet! Pure Base 600 ATX Mid Tower Case | $79.90 @ Amazon
Power Supply | Corsair RMx (2018) 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply | $85.99 @ Amazon
Optical Drive | LG GH24NSC0B DVD/CD Writer | $16.99 @ MicroCenter
Optical Drive | LG GH24NSC0B DVD/CD Writer | $16.99 @ MicroCenter
Operating System | Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit | $99.95 @ Amazon
Wireless Network Adapter | Gigabyte GC-WB867D-I PCIe x1 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Adapter | $33.99 @ Amazon
Monitor | Dell S2719DGF 27.0" 2560x1440 155 Hz Monitor | $319.99 @ Amazon
Mouse | Logitech G305 (Black) Wireless Optical Mouse | $47.99 @ Amazon
Mouse Pad | | $10.99 @ Amazon
Keyboard | Anne Pro 2 60% RGB Bluetooth 4.0 Mechanical Keyboard | $114.99 @ Amazon
Speakers | Creative Labs T30 14 W 2.0 Channel Speakers | $69.99 @ MicroCenter
Microphone | Blue Yeti Blackout + Assassin's Creed Odyssey Bundle | $105.99 @ Amazon
Microphone stand | Blue Yeti Black shockmount | @ $26.97 @ Amazon
| Prices include shipping, taxes and discounts |
| Total | $1985.65
| Generated by Kiwiandapple |

u/UnleashedPony · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I was in the same boat as you and due to the backorders of the Ducky, so I got an Anne Pro 2 and I am in love with the thing. It's 60%, got RGB, plus optional bluetooth. Some people report getting boards with faulty lights, but I ordered mine from Amazon in case it was broken and Amazon's replacement policy is probably better than a lot of other sites. Luckily mine had no issues and am using it everyday, mainly for gaming. Got mine with Gateron Browns and have no issues. Take a look into it; highly recommended -

u/Anti_Coffee · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Here are some keyboards to help start your search: Vortex Cypher Vortex Race 3 Annie Pro 2

u/g3rain1 · 2 pointsr/sffpc

In that case there are 2 entry level 60%ers I can recommend. One is the Anne Pro 2 which can be used wireless or wired. And the other would be the Poker.


Of course there are other more expensive options if you're down for that. You can get higher quality kits from places like or even go full custom. The board I'm on now is a custom that totaled over $350.

u/CaspianX2 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Given that a lot of the indies still require the use of extra buttons that the official NES/SNES controllers don't have, you might want to compromise and get the 8BitDo SN30 Pro+. It's been getting really good reviews, and it's both clearly intended to cater to old-school tastes while also being flexible for use in more modern games.

u/Corm · 2 pointsr/keyboards

Edit: I should have read your whole post before replying. I don't think you'll be able to have a fullsize keyboard on your lap with your surface and still be comfortable, sorry. I wasn't even comfortable with the official keyboard. The kickstand dug into my legs in laptop mode.

I suggest a good 60% keyboard (just search amazon for "60% keyboard" or search on

A good random one is this one:

It's got a few issues here and there with the wireless but it should treat you well.

There's a lot of other wireless cheap options too if you want something less expensive, especially if you go TKL instead of 60% which will be a little bigger.

Another thing to consider is that you WILL need a mouse. I had a surface pro 3 before the battery controller died, and for actual work the touchscren just won't cut it after a few hours.

I think another good option is to just go all logitech. That way you can use the same adapter for both the keyboard and the mouse and not worry about bluetooth connections. I've been happy enough with all my logitech products.

u/oapples5 · 2 pointsr/dragonballfighterz

here’s a possible solution I’ve heard good things and probably going to buy it myself

u/audiomind5 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

The 8bitDo SN30 Pro+ is really awesome especially if you’re gonna get into side scrollers or strategy games and the NES and SNES stuff.

It’s super comfortable and pairs very easily to the switch and has a dominant d-pad vs analog stick like the pro controller has.

8Bitdo Sn30 Pro+ Bluetooth Gamepad (Sn Edition) - Nintendo Switch

u/sf49ers65 · 2 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

[The 8bitdo SN30 Pro Plus is one of the best controllers I've ever used.](8Bitdo Sn30 Pro+ Bluetooth Gamepad (Sn Edition) - Nintendo Switch

Works with Android and pretty much everything else.

u/Kirkerino · 2 pointsr/worldofpvp

I recently bought two 8Bitdo SN30 Pro+ controllers and have been playing Tekken 7 very comfortably with them. Worth to have a look, I'm very pleased after a week of heavy use in Tekken 7 and Forza Horizon 4!

u/lilracerboi · 2 pointsr/Tetris

I use the SF30 Pro (Also called SN30 Pro) when playing PPT on Switch.

The SN30 Pro+ will be released soon which add grips, analog triggers, and control customization through PC software.

Both of these have 4 modes: X-Input, D-Input, Switch, and MacOS.

u/Alefizzle18 · 2 pointsr/Carrillo

8Bitdo Sn30 Pro+ Bluetooth Gamepad (Sn Edition) - Nintendo Switch

u/AutomatedApathy · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Have you tried their new pro version? It's even cheaper than the official pro controller
8Bitdo Sn30 Pro+ Bluetooth Gamepad (Sn Edition) - Nintendo Switch

u/maccish031 · 2 pointsr/Switch

The 8Bitdo SN30 Pro+ will be released September 27th, it looks great. I obviously haven’t tried this one but i have used other controllers from 8bitdo and they have really good quality. But it is £42.99.

Here’s the link

Here’s a review from

There’s another one, the SF30 Pro that looks like a Snes controller with analogue sticks that i think works great, it goes for £34,98

SF30 Pro

u/_bigb · 1 pointr/nesclassicmods

Good catch with 2.4g vs. bluetooth, I always forget about that.

The biggest differences between each 8bitdo line are aesthetics and features such as rumble, analog sticks, motion controls, triggers and turbo:

  • The SN30 is a base model that only features a d-pad, face buttons and a set of L and R buttons on the top. It resembles a SNES/SFC controller and works over Bluetooth and USB-C.

  • The SN30 Pro takes the SN30 form factor and adds rumble, analog sticks, motion controls, turbo, and a second set of triggers. Still works over Bluetooth and USB-C.

  • The NS30 Pro 2 has all the features of a SN30 Pro controller with a slightly different layout. The second set of shoulder buttons are set inside the first set.

  • The SN30 Pro+ is a SN30 Pro controller in a form factor that adds grips similar to a Sony Dualshock controller. Still works over Bluetooth and USB-C.


    It all boils down to what features you want. The SN30 is a great replacement for a stock SNES/NES controller and is about $10 US cheaper than the other models. The Pro and Pro+ will also work great with the NES Classic, and will allow you to play PS1 games that require analog sticks.


    8bitdo has a number of color variants for each of their lines that have no effect on how the controllers operate. The SN30 GP line are a set of SN30 controllers stylized like the original Game Boy Pocket line. There's no functional difference between a SN30 and SN30 GP controller other than how it looks. The SN30 Pro line has two options: One that matches the original Game Boy and another that looks like a U.S. Super Nintendo controller.

    And there's the newer NS30 Pro2, which has an NES option that should match well with the NES Classic.


    For me, I like the SN30 Pro because it's a good compromise with the SNES controller form factor combined with modern features. The triggers aren't great for modern games, so I only really use my SN30 Pro for emulators and retro-style games.

    I already own a set of Dualshock 4 controllers, so I didn't see a need to have grips on my 8bitdo controller. But if I were using an 8bitdo controller as my daily controller, I would strongly consider getting the SN30 Pro+ for the added grips.

    8bitdo doesn't do a great job at describing the differences between each of their controller lines. Some sort of feature grid would be extremely helpful.
u/hardingpm · 1 pointr/EmulationOnAndroid

Many people recommend this:


Personally, I have an 8bitdo SN30 Pro with a phone hook. the balance is a bit off but the controller is amazing. There is the Pro + which came out a few months ago which is an amazing controller and anyone would recommend that one.

u/Expat123456 · 1 pointr/nvidiashield

The 8Bitdo Sn30 Pro+ controller is a good alternative.

The Shield controller will be getting a refresher soon in the rumor mill. It would be nice since I am really satisfied with the Shield controller.

I like the PS4 dpad more, giving it priority over an Xbox controller.

u/younglump · 1 pointr/giantbomb

I checked out the Sn30 Pro Plus with the grips on it and wow I'm blown away by how the great this dpad is. The price point is perfect for my needs as I haven't needed gyro or hd rumble for a switch game in a while. The clickyness of everything made mon hun, dragon quest, and Celeste such a blast, like I almost regret playing 60 hours of that game with analog sticks D: Hoping to check out Hollow Knight soon as well. I guess I'm just bummed that you can't use it to turn on the Switch but beside that this controller's a super good one.

u/imacleod · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards 8bitdo pro+ available for preorder

u/Cheeetooos · 1 pointr/predaddit

We aren't doing a push present, but I was just shopping for my wife's birthday and settled on these slippers. Alternatively, to go with the gaming theme, I just purchased this controller. It works with the Switch (and PC) and has an awesome d-pad. The same company makes more retro styled controllers but this one is brand new and felt great for old school Mario as well as some Monster Hunter World on PC. I literally got it yesterday, but I'm pretty happy with it so far.

u/CSSFerret · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This is the one I have. It doesn't work, and they even say as much on their website:

>You can not wake up your Switch wirelessly with this controller.

u/DontRationReason · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

The American one should ship to CA:

u/jamesdpaul123 · 1 pointr/battlestations
u/trythiswithme · 1 pointr/ipad

Anne Pro 2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard 60% RGB Backlit - Wired/Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 PBT Type-c by Obinslab (Gateron Brown, Black)

u/Laughmasterb · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Hmm. Well, if you want to go smaller than fullsize to reduce unused keys there's the rest of Velocifire's wireless lineup or the ever-popular Anne Pro 2.

u/CaptainCappy · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards
u/Futcharist · 1 pointr/8bitdo

Strange, Amazon says August 7th, is that accurate?

u/NewVirtue · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

I think ds4s are only supposed to work correctly with xperia devices. Unless things have changed in the past few years all solutions require some form of root.

I have an alternative solution tho. Instead of the ds4 why not check out 8bitdo's sn30 pro plus. Mine should be arriving tomorrow, but the one review i read makes it seem as great as i hoped. its more similar to a ds4 then an xbox controller, it supports android over bluetooth, and you can charge it with usb c instead of that god aweful micro usb port the ds4 has. Also based on pictures its got a mount for phone but idk if that comes with it.


u/lechip · 1 pointr/8bitdo
u/StabTheTank · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

\> Idk if it's really a switch controller

Well it says Switch on the box. I feel like I'm taking crazy pills.

u/T-1993 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

8bitdo’s upcoming pro controller looks promising

u/dworker8 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

8Bitdo Sn30 Pro+ I'm new on the nintendo switch world, but this one says it has rumble

u/Selenium81 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Actually, there *are* third-party joy-cons out there. Click

OP, there are a lot of solid third-party pro-style controllers out there. I have three of them and they're all really good(and affordable!) Links are below.

This one has NFC

This one is super versatile and has that whole "modern retro" thing going on

My fave as far as aesthetics are concerned

This is a PC controller but it works with Switch if you turn on the "pro controller wired communication" setting

u/Genericusername673 · 1 pointr/rocksmith
u/Shirrooo · 1 pointr/BABYMETAL

I hope you know that you will need rocksmith cable to be able to play it.

If you buy the game from a shop it will be included in a box with the game.

If you buy it online, you have to buy the cable somewhere too. Its available on amazon for example

u/Mukor · 1 pointr/BedroomBands

Do you have a computer you're looking to use already? If so, Windows or Mac? That'll impact on your choice of DAW.

You also need an interface of some kind...something that takes audio information and puts it in a format your computer will be happy with, which is typically by USB in.

Interfaces can be a [simple cable] ( (some have bad latency. That one, despite being built for a videogame, is solid in my experience) or a box with several inputs and outputs, like this Scarlett or this Behringer. The boxes are more versatile, you'll be able to hook a mic up to record other instruments or vocals if you want to. If all you want to record is bass, a cable is fine for getting started imo.

u/TheTeaSpoon · 1 pointr/gaming

IIRC the cable that plugs into the guitar can also be used as a really crappy guitar recording cable in audacity (if you do not have the funds and knowledge to build proper MIDI based setup)

u/Lerke · 1 pointr/Guitar

You'll have to get one of Ubisoft's proprietary Rocksmith USB cables. The game doesn't seem to work with any other digital interface.

u/DAWG2241 · 1 pointr/PSVR
u/YakuGin · 1 pointr/simracing

I see! Thank you, I will research a bit!

Thank you for the advice!! Which rim do you recommend me then? These are the available wheels on Fanatec Japanese shop. I am planning to play on PC. Main games are Project Cars, Dirt rallies and Assetto Corsa.

Also, what do you think of this and this chairs? They are the cheapest I found on Amazon Japan.

Again, really thank you!

u/coozyorcosie · 1 pointr/simracing

Playseat Challenge is the best looking one I've seen. I've never tried one, but the reviews are pretty good.

u/FastRedPonyCar · 1 pointr/gaming

I want one of these.

It looks poverty as hell but inside sim racing did a great review video of it and it turns out to be a pretty legit product.

u/MoonMountain · 1 pointr/oculus

u/Wallcon · 1 pointr/simracing

I really want the playseat challenge. The only thing is that it doesn't have a place for the H pattern shifter. I think I could make something that could attach to the side of it.

Here is the link

u/hvyboots · 1 pointr/simracing

These are pretty great. You can fold it up and store it away if you want and it's reasonably sturdy and comfortable if you're not super huge. (Like I'm 6'1 200lbs and it fits me fine.)

u/AkagisWhiteComet · 1 pointr/cars

If you need recs, I've heard good things about the Playseat Challenge. I've been considering getting one and it folds pretty flat. Good reviews too.

u/AdmiralCrab · 1 pointr/Surface

Wired Controllers usually connect to the computer through the usb slot.

Wireless Controllers usually connect through Bluetooth, but some like the wireless version of the Xbox 360 controller require a receiver to connect and work with computers.

Most controllers that are made for PC are plug and play, meaning once you've plugged it in, it's ready to use for controller friendly games.

You can find out whether the game has controller support by checking it's store page on Steam, it will show on the bottom right of the page.

If the game isn't set-up for controller use, you usually set up custom controls for the controller using a program like JoyToKey.

The Xbox 360 Wired Controller is what I use, but there are better alternatives if you have the cash to spare.

u/Blaze17145 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

The standard Xbox 360 Wired Controller is on sale for $29.99 today on Amazon and works great.

If you have $75 to spend though, the Razer Sabertooth is fantastic.

Although the regular controller for $30 is just fine.

u/Chebas85 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

How about the Razer Sabertooth. Its a revised Xbox360 controller with a MUCH better D-Pad. I have one for almost 2 years and its like brand new, very solid materials. I didnt want wireless since I would be playing in front of the PC, the cable is very long though. I dont like the fancy lights either, you can turn them off.

u/NikuBun · 1 pointr/ffxiv

I use keyboard and mouse for FFXIV, but for other games where I do use a controller I use the Razor Sabertooth. It's definitely on the pricey side, but I absolutely love it and I usually hate Razor products. Thankfully this only uses the normal driver that an Xbox 360 controller so there's no Razor Synapse or anything else that I had to uninstall. Detachable cable, backlit buttons, excellent D-pad, good triggers, good analog sticks, and the switches they used for the actual buttons are really nice.

I would highly recommend it to anyone willing to spend more money, since it really is worth it for something you use everyday.

u/FecalFace · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I've used a regular corded 360 controller, Razer's Onza, and Onza TE.
If you're looking for a wired controller, I'd check out a Razer Sabertooth.

I had the Razer Onza TE - cheaper than the regular corded Xbox 360 controller, and it had extra features, but they were very.. fragile? Lots of people had issues with them breaking. The first Onza TE I had broke, but replacement was very quick and easy. Then the replacement broke. I haven't bothered to replace it again, but Razer has always been lovely to me with replacing stuff.

Haven't tried the Sabertooth myself, but it's apparently a big improvement compared to the Razer Onza. It's a little pricey, at 79.99, but it comes with a bunch of extra features; 2 programmable bumpers, 4 removable programmable triggers, a detachable cord, and a carrying case. If that's worth it to you, then by all means, do it. I'm looking at getting one.

A regular wired Xbox 360 controller is obviously cheaper.

A Razer Onza is too risky IMO for me to recommend. I've never had something break, and then have the replacement break in the span of a couple months.

If you're looking for a wireless controller, a regular wireless Xbox 360 controller + PC adapter should work fine.
I really haven't tried any other controllers for the PC. I know Logitech has a bunch.

u/the_empire_of_death · 1 pointr/CODGhosts

Not sure which platform you're getting the game for, but if it's for the 360, you might consider getting one of these:

It lets you remap the physical buttons on the controller so that you can have whatever button/trigger setup you want.

u/ccseancc143 · 1 pointr/CoDCompetitive

I looked it up adn its the (PC) kit so it only comes with whats needed to use on pc. This is the right one. (Audio System)

u/MuscularSquirreI · 1 pointr/xboxone

Refurbished a40's. I have the a50's, so I can't really tell you about this one. But they seem to fit your criteria (idk about mobile support) and come with a 1 year warranty from astro.

about the use of the xbox adapter, what you're supposed to do is turn the game volume all the way down (press the button with the controller picture on it and then minus button all the way off) and turn the chat volume(button with the person on it) all the way up. That lets you get all the game volume from your mixamp for surround sound.

u/sepansk4 · 1 pointr/xboxone

If the retail price is too steep take a look at Amazon for the refurbs for $170 AstroA40

Don't forget to use for having Amazon donate to your favorite charity every time you make a purchase.

u/Captchronik17 · 1 pointr/xboxone

I'm not sure, if they are hard wired into the M80 then you won't be able to. You can get the normal ones with the mixamp pro refurbished from astro for under $200.

They replace everything so they are basically brand new. I ordered my A50's refurbed and there was no signs of them being used. Plus you still get the warranty with them.

u/RemoteSenses · 1 pointr/CoDCompetitive

I've recommended these to people in the past - I myself bought a pair about two years ago, but I'm not so sure these days.

I've seen a lot of reviews from people saying they got headsets that were still broken, or headsets with broken mics.

Buyer beware.

Amazon also sells the refurbished ones and they qualify for Prime. So if you want them a bit quicker you can get them on their as well.

u/Ap3xPreda7or · 1 pointr/DestinyTheGame

I know you stated you only want to go 150 but is saving another 30 possible, if so....

The set i use in white, I know alot of people say their hyped up but i can attest to their quality and overall comfort, I've worn them for hours on end and if you wear glasses like i do they do not bother you at all. Either way hope you find a good set.

Also they do say 360 but they are compatible with all systems.

u/CalvieAndHobby · 1 pointr/CallOfDuty

I dunno if its worth it but theres the keymander

Heres a review, the dudes kinda funny but hey it's some info

u/Pyroglyph · 1 pointr/gaming

Buy a Razer Naga (not the Hex one) or a Corsair Scimitar. These have both got lots of thumb buttons. This assumes your brother in law can use his right hand. Just map the buttons how he wants in the appropriate software (Razer Synapse or Corsair Utility Engine) and save the profile to the device itself (IMPORTANT). Now buy one of those mouse-to-PS4 devices (like this one, for example). Now your brother in law can use the mouse to aim, and the thumb buttons to move and throw grenades or whatever!

u/Inkzcore · 1 pointr/Rainbow6

Keymander should be a really good choice to fit your budget, however, you need to manually configure it via PC but it should be easy. Like the xim with keymander, you can eliminate the dead zone usually associated with a lot of console games, which stop the player moving if its analog stick is a bit wonky.

u/ExoHead · 1 pointr/Overwatch

its usually something third party like this or you can try and do it yourself, the device just acts like a controller sending the inputs for the joysticks and buttons when its really just a keyboard and mouse

u/TiceBilla · 1 pointr/Seaofthieves

I agree. But it's dumb for the game to purposely give players the upper hand just because they choose to play with an inferior input method.

I'm glad this game is play anyway for the sake that it will exponentially increase the amount of time the servers are populated, but I don't feel bad about controllers being mechanically worse. People have known this for years. The developers got this game to run on essentially a pile of garbage. Pick up a $250 laptop, and have at it. Enjoy that mechanical advantage.

Or get this right here.

u/supermancini · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

It needs to be supported by the game. As far as I know, Fortnite is the only game that actually supports it.

For other games though, there are adapters that you can buy for Xbox/PS4 that allow a keyboard/mouse to emulate the controller input though. I can't vouch for how well they work though, I've never used one.

u/JaydenPope · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

You could always get the IOGEAR KeyMander Controller Emulator to use KB+M on the xbox.


Video from JayzTwoCents demo'ing it:

u/MariaKorolov · 1 pointr/GoogleCardboard

I've been looking for one for a long time. I got the iPega controller ( which has iPhone 5s right in the title, but could not get it to work. It was supposed to support the "iCade" mode, but I couldn't get it working even with the non-VR games that were supposed to support iCade.

If anyone has a controller that works, I'd love to hear about it!

u/OldAccountIsGone · 1 pointr/lgg2

I do, Keyboards and Mice work fine, never had a problem with Flash drives either (I used 32GB). For Emulation I would recommend a Bluetooth controller because I tried it with an Xbox 360 controller and the huge ass cable was a big hassle so I gave up and got a Bluetooth one. Here it is for the US, 29 dollars. I got mine in Germany for around 31 dollars and don't regret it at all, most games work out of the box like GTA SA, GT Racing 2, Real Racing 3, Modern Combat games, Dead Trigger 1 and 2 and so on. Emulators require a 2 minute configuration but that's not too bad. Especially awesome if you have a Slimport HDMI adapter and play with it on your TV, which is not possible with wired controllers.

EDIT: Here, I found it in white for 23.50 dollars

u/azazel0821 · 1 pointr/OculusGo

That one looks like a good one, but I personally haven't tried it. If I was buying now... I would probably buy the Ipega 9062-S, but the one I own is iPega Black Wireless Bluetooth Controller for Android Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 S3 I9300 PC Smart Phone

The Moga Pro Power says currently not available, but is is easily the best phone gamepad I have tried.

u/blizzyblake · 1 pointr/oneplus

This is the one I use. It's a bit big to fit in a pocket, but is a great controller and easily fits in a backpack.

u/motodoto · 1 pointr/phantasystar

Most of these reboots on iOS and Android should be played with a bluetooth controlller like this.

u/_Dialtone · 1 pointr/GearVR

I realize I'm a month late but I got this one a while back and it works flawlessly for every GearVR game or Emulator that I've tried. Hold HOME and X to put it into pairing mode for android.

u/flaggogg · 1 pointr/MotoX

I use this. You just pair by holding down x in the bluetooth menu.

u/PlasmaPingu · 1 pointr/iosgaming
u/datoneazn · 1 pointr/Android

This is the one I got

It was the newest version at the time I bought it around last December

u/Bulldogvaio · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

The emulator in my opinion is the easiest emulator to use. And for the ten years it has been in development I expect as much. Set up controllers on here is super easy and make the use of applications like JoyToKey and Xpadder not apparent. You can, in the application, map all the keys you want to any Xbox 360 wireless controller, PS3 controller or any plug and play controller.

If you're in the market for using a Gamecube controller you can get GC Controller Adapter for PC, if you already have a Gamecube controller of course. If you don't have one I recommend getting a Retro Link GameCube Style USB Wired Controller. I personally love RetroLink so they in my opinion are the best for the job.

Good luck and happy emulating!

u/Trazac · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

This controller on Amazon is probably a little bit nicer, and it doesn't ship from Hong Kong.

If you already have a gamecube controller, or a few of them laying around, your best bet is something like this adapter.

I have one of these controllers that works very well with dolphin.

u/William_Cross · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I just use mine and map it for the gamecube controller, but here is an example.

u/AdeonWriter · 1 pointr/YookaLaylee

Just about every PC controller made in the last 10 years has the ability to pretend to be an XBOX controller.

Find a controller you like and are comfortable with.

My recommendations for PC are either a GameSir or a USB GameCube controller.

u/Tylerw12121 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Why not controllers that actually feel like the controllers of the console you want to emulate:

u/MrExorigran · 1 pointr/gaming

That's pretty awesome! Sorry if this sounds pretty dumb, but do these older games benefit from SSD's? And all I'd need to play would be something like this correct?

u/RavenxPunk · 1 pointr/Gamecube
u/JeTJL · 1 pointr/gadgets

What sort of gaming? PC gaming?

You can get usb gamecube controllers to use with your pc games or with gamecube emulators.

u/Aeoles · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Gimme some Tech Daddi!

What I could really do with is This USB Controller It can be found on my video game wishlist. I am a huge emulator user and this would make it so much easier to play my Gamecube emulator and the games I have downloaded.

u/Autoimmunity · 1 pointr/pcgaming

Just keep tinkering with DS4Windows, and make sure you have the latest version.

If you're really serious about emulation though, I'd recommend getting some USB controllers for you console of choice. For example, I love SNES, N64, and GameCube games, so I have these:

GameCube Controller

SNES Controller

There are probably some newer & better versions than what I have, and the prices on these things fluctuate a bit as well, so keep an eye on prices for the best deal if you're interested.

u/sdwashu · 1 pointr/chromeos

I've been using SuperRetro16 with the 8BITDO SFC30 bluetooth controller. Works really well.

u/MaverickLunarX · 1 pointr/miniSNESmods

I just saw the product link you posted, I have the Bluetooth model with the retro receiver.


Retro Receiver

Of note I got the SFC30 for easier use for my kids (push the Green button) but again the parts are swappable with official controllers if you want to keep the purple scheme, or just buy the Bluetooth SN30.

u/VolskayaIndustries · 1 pointr/gadgets

I just use one of these with the SNES emulators on my phone and PC. It works extremely well, even with PC games that support controllers.

u/BigMommaDrama · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

I have two of the snes30 pads and they came with usb cables. I never tried using them wired but I would assume that they do work. Great controllers though. I got one that is snes style and the other is pal snes style so I could distinguish between player 1 and 2.

u/TreeFitThee · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

I picked up this 3.5"
from Amazon. Unfortunately, I clicked buy before I measured. I think the biggest that will fit is 2.8". I'm currently looking for another option without having to spend double for the 2.8" touch screen Adafruit has to offer (since I don't care if it's touch screen).

I have not yet figured out how I'll do controls. I was going to wait until the blog author posts an official parts list. In the mean time I was going to pair it with my 8bitdo SFC30 controller.

u/teenaamariee · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have this controller because Eric got the SNES preorder but didn't think to get a controller so I could play with him haha

Gimme some Tech Daddi! Thanks for the contest :)

u/hidaviki · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Oh, to your accidentally drop issue:
I've owned this game before on PS3 and PS4 and had this issue even on those gamepads with proper dpad. The problem is in a heated battle you press the dpad a bit harder than usual and if you do you accidentally make an "up" command even though you press left or right (because you press really hard on left or right with a little bit of "up" pressure which triggers the up command internally in the gamepad).

Just saying the lack of true dpad actually solved this issue with the joycons because all 3 directions are separated. I've been playing this game on PS3 and PS4 for about a year with 2 friends and we all 3 occasssionally had this issue on other platforms. The JoyCons fixed that!

If you really want to play with a true dpad though I can recommend the SNES controller by 8bitdo which supports the Switch:
While having a true dpad, it also doesn't have this occassionally up press by accident. We tried it!

u/WayGroovy · 1 pointr/RetroGamingNetwork
u/dagit · 1 pointr/wiiu

The 8bitdo snes controller says it can act as a wiimote. I have one and they are great, but I use it with my PC so I can't speak to the WiiU support. Just make sure to get the wireless version as the cheaper model doesn't do bluetooth.

u/ZeroHex · 1 pointr/gadgets

Get a cheap tablet for about $60 and treat yourself to a nice controller for another $25 and you basically have a portable NES/SNES/Sega Genesis/Dreamcast machine that you can use instead?

u/Scrainator · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

I suggest taking a look at this controller from 8bitdo. I use a variant of it for emulation and I absolutely love it. Only thing though is if you want to clip it to your phone you have to buy the mount separately and it doesn’t seem the mount officially supports the Core either so you might run the risk of incompatibility.

u/k-shaps · 1 pointr/snes

Awesome thanks for the help! The 8bitdo controllers I have are these ones

Will these natively connect to the SNES classic? or is there some sort of adapter I need. The only games I really want to play that I haven't already are: the pocky and rocky games, gundam wing endless waltz, Final Fantasy III, The Donkey Kong Country Trilogy, Chrono Trigger, and Mega Man X2. If the SNES classic plays these back with minimal audio and video differences I'll be set! I know Earthworm Jim 2 suffers from poor audio but I'l prob never play that.

u/AnEmbarrassedGiraffe · 1 pointr/8bitdo

Thanks for your response. That sounds like it may be a good workaround, though I don't have access to a Wiimote at the moment, so that's an additional expense... But it's a good idea.

I'm thinking it actually looks like this version of the controller is the one I'm looking for?

Seems to be a slightly older model that isn't on their website, but is marketed as being PC bluetooth compatible, so maybe I'll give it a try. Hopefully it will work with a superNT in the future, I'm considering getting one.

Edit: I'm going to give this method a go with the newer 2.4G model and see if I can fool Windows into thinking it is a WiiController... I'll report back my findings for science.

u/granddaddyfunk · 1 pointr/SteamController

Might there be some kind of software that would trick it into treating the Steam Controller like a traditional gamepad? I'd like to get a couple of these at some point:

I feel like it would be easier than having a bulkier controller that's made for more inputs, at least for NES and SNES games. Till then I want to try and get this working.

u/Kenya151 · 1 pointr/buildapc

So for those two would I also be able to do my microphone in for my PS4? I can't see that clearly anywhere. I'm guessing I would just plug the mic into the controller still? I'm leaning towards this since it can doing everything in one:

u/WillmoreDesigns · 1 pointr/audio

Astro a40 amp

They sound great for the money, and can pass through PC and PS4.

u/ADFX_Pixy · 1 pointr/battlestations

Try using this with your heaset so you could use it with your PS3. This might work with your PS2 since it also has an optical port. Just make sure that your headset is a single 4-pole 3.5 mm jack so it can connect to the headset port on the mixamp. It's expensive but it works well.

u/heckofagator · 1 pointr/PSVR

> Astro Mixamp

that sounds great, although might be a bit steep for me

but yeah, I think that would sound great. so you stick a device like that inbetween the VR headset and the headphones?

u/blueberry-yum-yum · 1 pointr/headphones

any idea how to identify gen 3 mixamps?
is this the correct one to look for?

u/millsWhy · 1 pointr/CoDCompetitive

You should get this monitor and ditch that headset and this one with this mixamp.

Not a huge fan of Astro headsets, so that is why i use the Hyper X Cloud I's with an Astro A40 mixamp, but if you want, you can get the whole Astro A40 package for $250

u/Neoroify · 1 pointr/PS4

While what you're saying is true, I personally find it more convenient to have a built-in feature to manually adjust a "frequency's dB"(?) over buying a $130 mix-amp.

u/FranklynFrankers · 1 pointr/PS4

Right, I've had some time to go over it all, and I apologise if this is wrong.

If I buy the following:

Headset: AKG K712PRO - seemed like the best universal reviews (in a reasonable price bracket!), but if you have opinions I'd be very grateful to hear them

Mic - Antlion

Amp - Astro Gaming MixAmp Pro TR Kit

As well as a headphone splitter.

It is above my budget, but if it is worth it I can wait a bit longer.

u/17531 · 1 pointr/playstation

Thank you very much for the info.

So would this setup work? - Sennheiser HD558 + V-MODA BoomPro and then adding a Astro Gaming MixAmp in the future if I want to.

u/r360r · 1 pointr/PS4
u/TheDirtyThirty_ · 1 pointr/PS4

I linked to the wrong vid.... around $200 all together but if you get the previous version which are still just as good then even cheaper and yes, you need the amp.

u/JoonDock · 1 pointr/Overwatch

This is basically what you'd need for XB1. Comes with like a 6-foot optical cable and it's pretty nice because you can balance game/party chat and boost your headphone volume. It's a bit overpriced, imo, but it works.

For PS4, you could use the PS4 version or just buy the Sony Gold Wireless Headset which includes a wireless USB dongle and get the same thing for $60-90.

u/illegalyeti · 1 pointr/xboxone

The tr version. ASTRO Gaming MixAmp Pro TR for Xbox One - White

u/blasterdude8 · 1 pointr/audiophile

I originally had a set of Astro a40 headphones that I used with a 2013 Astro Mixamp. I recently bought some new, audiophile grade headphones, but I'm currently still using the Astro mixamp and I'm not really impressed with the quality. I'm not sure if my mixamp is just damaged / defective but I get lots of random noise and panning of the audio depending on the position of the volume/chat level knobs. I was wondering if anyone has suggestions for another DAC/amp I could try out that has similar features. I really like the theoretical feature set the Astro mixamp has (down mixing from optical 5.1/7.1 into analog stereo, putting mic levels into the audio mix so I can hear myself, etc.) but I've had a hard time finding a similar product. That being said, if my best option is to just buy a new Mixamp I'm okay with trying my luck again. Thanks in advance for the help!

PS: if anyone has an idea if there's a difference between the 2013 mixamp I have now, the Mixamp "TR" and the Mixamp here I'd appreciate knowing the difference because as far as I can tell I don't think there is one haha.

u/team_xbladz · 1 pointr/halo

This is a mixamp:

It essentially boosts the sound output and gives you dolby surround sound, along with voice chat. I'm assuming you plug your headset into your controller directly?

u/SemiColin47 · 1 pointr/xboxone

I actually don't think you can use the mixamp that comes with the A40's on the Hyper X because the cord doesn't disconnect at the head phone.Here's what I was referring to, pretty heavy duty for console sound.

u/kickedtripod · 1 pointr/Twitch

There are MULTIPLE ways to resolve this:

  1. Splitters. Send your computer output into a reverse splitter. This means your computer audio will go out (so you can hear donations, music, etc). It also means your game audio will still go into your headphones by plugging in a 3.5mm cable into the other part of the reverse splitter). However, with this solution you'll likely need a 2nd microphone (which often is better anyways because headphone microphones generally are terrible), or you'll need to do another type of splitter that allows for 2.5mm > 3.5mm and it just turns into a mess.
  2. A lot of headphones have a mixamp that will let you do exactly what you're looking to do without all of the hassle. I still recommend a 2nd microphone (or something like a modmic with a splitter), to get the best sounding stream.
u/snake1118 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Thanks Your comment was really helpful! Basically all I see on the back was Z77, But I hunted it down its the E-Elemental MechanicalEagle z77

The current description says Gaote/Outemu Blue Switches, I looked at it again and it says faintly "Outemu" on the switch which I didn't notice it at all.

Here are some pictures if it helps identifying the mount and style properly because I'm just new to this and confused from my searches.

u/CheeseRat12 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards
u/Firmament1 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

This is pretty good.

u/Markov_7 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Not really. Their mostly all the same. I don't see a reason Corsair and all these companies are charging literally 4x the price of the cheaper ones.

I bought This compact E-Element keyboard and This full size E-Element keyboard. They seem just as good as the expensive ones I've had that are 2-3x the price.

u/Visatron · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I know it is i have a 70E keyboard
this is it ^
I want to make my own backplate and my own case for it so its just the keyboard and keycaps
Edit: Not for this the magicforce

u/TNAEnigma · 1 pointr/battlestations

Here's the keyboard

u/jackscapee · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

This one is RGB with a brushed aluminum backplate, wrist rest, Cherry MX Blue clone switches, and you can also swap out the switches for different ones if you like.

u/m_dale · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I've heard the e-element z77 is probably the best bang for buck ~$60 mechanical keyboard. I have it, it has a numpad too.

u/DoubleRaptor · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I've been using this board weekly for maybe 2 years now. I really like it.

The back lighting is quite a novelty, there's a few fun modes etc. The switches are nice enough, definitely better than a membrane board anyway.

And it's got a nice solid metal construction. It feels much more high quality than you might imagine for the price.

It's a little over the $50, and you might be able to find something else, perhaps without backlighting, for a better price. I'm just recommending this one because I was in a very similar situation to you when I bought it, and it scratched that itch.

u/IAmBrasil · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Check this page. This is the one. They also came out with a Z-88. It ditches the arm wrest, but it takes up less desk space and has swappable switches. They are both solid budget boards.

u/Triton__ · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I ended up buying a totally different computer lol. Mechanical and RGB. Something i'm very happy about.

Link if you want it.

u/FaeeLOL · 1 pointr/Tekken

I have this one

And yes its set on PC/360. My PC does recognize that something was plugged in but the controller itself just does not work with the same drivers that 360 controller does, even when it should. It just says that a driver wasn't found.

u/Zefirus · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

Don't think of them as remembering what letter is on the button. Think of them as positions. Top buttons are punches. Bottom buttons are kicks. Left side is weaker, right side (in the case of a controller, right most side is the triggers) is stronger.

Something like this can really help some people because all of your punches and kicks are face buttons, though they're definitely not necessary.

u/billysauce · 1 pointr/Tekken

I am getting the new HORI fight commander for PC

I debated whether to get a ds4 or this and read that this is easier on the thumbs in the long run.

u/Post_Toasties · 1 pointr/Fighters

Hori is putting out an xbox compatible Fighting Commander at the end of the month. Same price as the Playstation version. Can check out on amazon.

u/Sankohuy · 1 pointr/Tekken

You can get the new DS4, which supports Bluetooth.
Or you can also buy the Hori Fighting Commander, it's also pretty good.

For the DS4 I use InputMapper as I can't get Steam to work with it. For the Fighting Commander, if you get the Xbox version, it should be plug and play.

u/sauerbraten42 · 1 pointr/INJUSTICE

Ordered this one i don't have it yet but i heard good things about it. Price is ok and i prefer dpad to stick.

u/drtycho · 1 pointr/dbfz

then start by doing the two actions slowly, then speeding up incrementally until it works, then practice that timing until its memorized. also consider switching to a different controller, consider this, i've had one for months now and its great

u/AGreatOldOne · 1 pointr/dbfz

I much perfer the d-pad over the analogue stick. However, I don't really like the Xbox or PS4 controllers, I personally use a Hori Fighting Commander. I've been using it since I started playing and I feel like it's a very well made controller for people who like to use the d-pad for fighting games.

Amazon link

There is nothing wrong with using whatever controller is comfortable for you.

u/MasoFFXIV · 1 pointr/speedrun

I've been using a Hori Fighting Commander for a long while and the D-pad hasn't let me down so far. There's an Xbox version with Xinput now. PS4 version is Dinput.

u/taxi_drivr · 1 pointr/ShieldAndroidTV

sadly I can't find any of these for a reasonable price, all going for a lotta dough online.

there was this ugly wwe model that I can't bear to have lying around my place lol

close second though missing that sweet d-pad and doesn't come in black..

u/BlueDawn007 · 1 pointr/SonicTheHedgehog

I use this HORI Fighting Commander for Xbox One Officially Licensed by Microsoft

For me this is the closest I'll get to using a Saturn like controller and it's pretty great so far.

u/Lord_Baine · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

My buddy has this one and won't shut up about how great it is.

They also have one for xbox

u/steamOne · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

>Drevo Calibur

Love it! Why is this better, Internet Stranger?

u/nimchiips · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I'm completely new to mechanical keyboards and I was planning to pick up a Drevo Calibur and change the keycaps. Is there any specific requirement for what kind of keycaps I can change it to? I was thinking that I would be able to change the keycaps to any kind that says Cherry compatible like these.

u/LjLies · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I am keeping it after all. I am not wholly satisfied, but it's not too bad. I really wish I could reprogram the keys, though, and not all of that can be done in software.

The browns version is still available on where I got it, and also other EU Amazons I've checked, for the same price (DE, UK, FR). They are listed as available for international shipping.

You're currently out of luck if you need to order from US Amazon, but then I assure you the shipping cost would be silly high from here anyway... plus risk of Customs hassles.

u/GavinMurphy · 1 pointr/buildapc

It's a keyboard I'm looking at. It's wireless but the latency for non gaming applications is minimal. And when you game you can easily just plug it in. RGB backlighting with no software so you don't have to put more software on your computer. Otemu blue switches, which are cherry mx blue clones

u/punkonjunk · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I have one of these, and I like it a lot. Very simple RGB low profile board you may not even need a wrist rest with. RGB is set on the board, and is limited to like 7 colors, which sucks, because it's got RGB LEDs in it, but they are nice colors. I have one, and it's very nice for the price. Otherwise, the keyboards listed in the guide posted by another user - eagletec, red dragon etc are very cheap, nice boards.

u/JaRay · 1 pointr/buildapc

I recently purchased a Drevo Calibur Mechanical Keyboard: link

It is mechanical with cheaper but still good brown keys, wireless that works well, has many lighting effects (including red), and can be wired if need be.

I've been using it for work mostly and have no complaints other than I do miss the 10-key. I knew when I bought it that I would, but I wanted somethings on the cheaper end for work and to be wireless. I can always buy a separate 10-key if need be.

u/NexuGX · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Royal Kludge makes some decent boards, the only downside I see to that one is the non-removable wrist wrest and the huge bezels that make the board well... uh... pretty big, and the usb is non-removable.

I can see why its appealing, its on sale and a full sized board, but I don't think its the best option, if you don't need the numpad or don't use one very often you can go with a TKL (Tenkeyless aka Numpadless) board and then buy a numpad seperately (Jellycomb numpad is under $20).

With that being said, if your willing to loose the numpad I'd recommend the Drevo Calibur 71 -
Its slightly longer than a 60% board but it gives you arrow keys and the nav cluster (pg up, end, ect.), and it has optional bluetooth.

Its not my primary board but its build quality is pretty good and for the price I'd definitely recommend it since its essentially a Magicforce 68 with rgb, the Magicforce 68 being another very popular option around here but its not RGB, not that that's a bad thing but the board you linked is RGB making me think your probably looking for a keyboard with RGB backlighting and not a solid color.

u/Fro5tbyte · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Anyone got any reviews or thoughts about the Drevo Calibur board? It looks like a nice intro board that checks all the boxes for me (and has Cherrys) - link here:

u/xdownsetx · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Just got it last week. So far the bluetooth connectivity has been very reliable.

u/deekster_caddy · 1 pointr/buildapc

I bought this DREVO keyboard on Amazon Prime Day, it doesn't have FN keys but I love the rechargeable wireless component to it and it's been very enjoyable to use. It can be wired if you connect the charging cable to the PC's USB port. It's a little small (no FN row or numpad, full size keys though) but I try to keep my system somewhat portable. The keys light up and you can make them any color combination you like. I'm really happy with it.

I got it in black with brown switches.

u/dustofdeath · 1 pointr/gadgets

Amazon and ebay are full of controller attachments.
bluetooth based, attach to the side or mount the phone as a screen on top of xbox etc style controller.


u/MrQbanito85 · 1 pointr/StardewValley

They have a couple on amazon depending on ur phone

Wireless Android Game Controller, Telescopic Shock Connecting Joystick Gamepad For Android Phone

u/polymorphicshade · 1 pointr/AndroidGaming

I actually just got that one in your post OP:

I actually really like it. Haven't used it a lot yet, but it feels pretty good in my hands. Fits my Note 8 pretty well. Feels like my old PSP.

I've noticed a fairly large amount ot input-lag though...not sure if it's a controller issue or a general Bluetooth issue.

u/samvest · 1 pointr/AndroidGaming

I have a Flydigi Wee and liked it. It is very comfortable. Mine had a fault after much use. Someone on the emulationonandroid sub who has both says the daqi controller, though it looks like a clone is actually better. The daqi has clickable L3 and R3 whereas the wee does not.

u/OnionEclipse · 1 pointr/EmulationOnAndroid

I have heard the controller is sub par but much better than on screen controls. For just a little more you could get a last gen flag ship android phone, controller and huge SD card that would blow the gpd xd out of the water. If you wanted to spend another hundred you could get a s8/s8plus with this awesome no battery or blutooth needed telescopic controller

I'm getting this one in the mail tomorrow. The only reason I didn't get the one from above is because it's only a part time entertainment phone. I need to be able to take it off and not need to worrie about putting my case back on.

u/Yaaawwnn · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Yeah I've got the smaller text. Pretty sure.

I'm going to link the one I bought. Mind just checking right quick to reassure my brain :)


Cheers either way thanks for the help.

RunSnail 8Bitdo SN30 Pro Wireless Bluetooth Controller with Joysticks Rumble Vibration USB-C Cable Gamepad for Windows, Mac OS, Android, Steam, etc, Compatible with Nintendo Switch

u/stazna01 · 1 pointr/Switch

I love these controllers. The gameboy version - (8Bitdo Sn30 Pro Bluetooth Gamepad - G Classic Edition) - is the one I’m using, as it’s the most appropriate for Link’s Awakening.

u/this_is_my_trees_alt · 1 pointr/8bitdo

Of the new revisions, the SN (purple, SNES-styled) is released and the G (maroon, Game Boy-styled)

Both are listed here.

u/GrimSanto · 1 pointr/8bitdo

I have this type:

8Bitdo SF30 Pro Controller Windows, macOS, & Android - Nintendo Switch

And this one:

8Bitdo Sn30 Pro Bluetooth Gamepad (G Classic Edition) - Nintendo Switch

u/BlargingtonBlargs · 1 pointr/emulation

Once Amazon processes my refund, I'm going to get one of the new revisions with the horizontal start and select buttons instead of the slanted ones and see if it too has the problem (link below). They don't look as good as the originals, but at this point I really just want a controller in this form factor that works the way it's supposed to.


This one is themed to resemble the Game Boy:

u/Zotes24 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

The two most popular 60% brands that come with PBT key caps.

One two mini is the most popular ducky, but they have TKL and full as well.

Ducky (one 2 mini being the most popular ATM)

Anne Pro 2 (you can find them cheaper on eBay)

u/Consensual-Penis · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

That fully depends on you. I personally wouldn't buy any keyboards from the mainstream brands.

If I were in your shoes and I wasn't interested in the HHKB, I would look at an anne pro.

u/toughduck53 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards


and here is a site selling them in both gats and kailth switches in both black and white cases



u/drakemcswaggieswag · 0 pointsr/xboxone

I actually just bought some Astros yesterday, I got some refurbished 360 A40s and the mixamp pro for 170 before tax. All the reviews said they were amazing, they're hardly different than the new ones, and about 150$ cheaper.
There's a link, I'll report back with how they are if I remember.

u/Littletater · 0 pointsr/DestinyTheGame

No dac or mixamp in the controller makes the sound quality subpar not to mention a serious lack of volume and bass. I ditched my soundbar and went with a refurbished pair of A40's from amazon and couldn't be happier.

u/own1313 · 0 pointsr/pcmasterrace

You might want to look at something like this

I have an xbox one & ps4 and this is a must have, i personally cant stand controllers for shooting games (which i play a lot of on my xbox one and ps4) and this is basically an essential for me! Good luck brother!

Oh and I brought the XB1 because all my friends game on it and my family got the PS4 for free with a new TV so i cant sell it unfortunately even tho i need a GPU update!

u/KFriske · 0 pointsr/FortNiteBR

Holy shit people, it is a question, no need to attack him. So what he wants to use keyboard and mouse on Xbox? Let the boy. I will be glad to answer your question since no one here will.
You can plug in a keyboard and mouse to your Xbox but only the keyboard can be used to actually interact with fortnite the mouse will not work, so to use both keyboard and mouse you need to buy an adapter that converts your mouse input to a joystick input and mouse buttons to triggers. Here is one that may work:
NOTE: Xbox has been working on keyboard and mouse support and may release it in an update this year. Sorry for all these people attacking you for just asking a question

u/DrAntagonist · 0 pointsr/Rainbow6

Well I know for a fact that this is 100% undetectable.

There's plenty of results for looking up how to hack on consoles, but I don't think I'm allowed to link them here. It's insanely easy to find, I believe in you.

u/Mattseee · 0 pointsr/boston

Looks like your intuition about astroturfing is valid, although the adjusted rating isn't much lower.

u/bryan_bar · 0 pointsr/INJUSTICE

I play with this do you think it'll work with this or just the regular pad?

u/ronfar623 · 0 pointsr/emulation

I highly recommend the Daqi M100 for phone gaming. It's far more weight balanced due to the center positioning, fits almost everything, and the buttons and sticks are about on par with the PS Vita:

u/Nour_T · 0 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Well, here's some tips!

If you are going full digital, I really recommend you to buy at least a 128 gb microSDXC card, that way you can hold a good amount of games.

If you can, buy the yearly subscription of Switch Online, while it has NES Online and sweet deals and all of that stuff, the cloud save is the best thing it can offer, so that you can have your save files... saved from accidental stuff that hopefully won't happen to your switch.

Pro Controller is a recommended if you want traditional controller, but if you want a cheaper but durable controller, 8bitdo's SN30 Pro's the best one for that.

And of course, the bigger the screen, the better the gameplay, so play it docked. c;

u/TwelveEleven1211 · 0 pointsr/Rainbow6

Looks like an Anne Pro II, have one myself but with the default keycaps.

u/BigbihDaph · 0 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

60% is just the letters and number row

here's a link from amazon

u/Grantoid · 0 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

The 8bitdo sn30 pro+ is just a way better version that already exists.

u/esoremada · -2 pointsr/FortNiteBR

Because you can cheat by using a mouse and keyboard against 96 players who mostly are not using a mouse.

u/brian33820 · -2 pointsr/xboxone

You can, but you'll have to purchase an adapter like this one.

u/muftimuftimufti · -5 pointsr/emulation

You described an Nvidia shield. Which is the exact same SoC. Or any of dozens of alternative options that meet your requirements. There have been for years.

The cell phone in your pocket literally does this. There are controller mounting accessories. You can literally use any controller you want via Bluetooth or USB. There's an $8 controller mount on Amazon. There are side mounted wireless controllers of every style and variation;

There are dozens of those. All without broken controller drift issues. And of you really wanted to, you can use the switch controllers on any Android device already.

Nearly every modern phone has HDMI out. In fact I don't know a single androis phone released in the last 3 years that doesn't have one.

And a longer battery. And high end phones absolutely decimate the switch hardware. And higher resolution screens.

I have no idea how someone can pretend to sound so technically savvy, but know next to nothing about anything they're saying.

It is not a life changer for the emulation scene. Android is already a targeted platform and has been for years.

Absolute fucking nutter. Look at the effort you put into being completely uninformed. Mind boggling.

Even a quick Google reveals mainstream articles showcasing the same concept;

You can already do everything you want to do. And all it would have taken was five minutes of effort.