View Full Version : Has anyone tried the X-Arcade PS2->360 controller adapters?
12-21-2009, 05:03 PM
I figured at $15 bucks a pop (25 for 2) plus shipping they're a far cry from the $90 adapters normally listed. Lack of KB/M is a shame, but I play more fighters than shooters as it is. It also has the same annoying limitation as the others do (requires a wired 360 controller).
However, I have no clue how far the "Works with any PS2 controller" claim goes. I kinda wanna get Logitech's wireless PS2 controller to go along with it (it has such a dreamy d-pad), but compatibility with 3rd party controllers on controller adapters can be quite wonky.
Anyone try it? Any thoughts?
I have no clue how far the "Works with any PS2 controller" claim goes.
Where does it say that quote, I don't see that.
I kinda wanna get Logitech's wireless PS2 controller to go along with it (it has such a dreamy d-pad), but compatibility with 3rd party controllers on controller adapters can be quite wonky.
I do however see where it does say "Wireless Game Controllers are not supported in any capacity".
12-21-2009, 08:50 PM
xarcade is a arcade control panel (google it) i have one and its a 2 player control panel for mame it includes the pc adaptor to hook it to a pc.
the adaptor which you are inquiring about is for people to use the xarcade on an xbox360 because if i am not mistaken,the 360 was the only console it wasnt adapted for via an adaptor.
so if its the case that it is an adptor for the xarcade controller/control panel then you need an xarcade control panel.they have single player ones also.
personaly,i moved on and now own 4 arcade machines,1 being a mame although the control panel needs doing.
12-22-2009, 06:39 PM
Note the order in which they make that statement:
- Works with any first party Xbox 360™ WIRED Game Controller
- Wireless Game Controllers are not supported in any capacity
I think that means wireless 360 controllers, just to avoid anyone not reading the first line properly.
And I guess I misread the PS2 compatibility. Be nice if there was a list for that out there somewhere, tho.
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