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Gameplay The controls are similar to the standard PlayStation Sixaxis controller. On the left is the D-pad, and the right side holds a cluster of numbered buttons 1, 2, 3, and 4. In the center there are A and B buttons, and right below are two mini joysticks. Shoulder buttons sit on the top left and right.
The controls for each game are set up differently, so it takes a bit of experimenting to figure out what you need to do. You can use the SteelSeries engine in order to remap the buttons and customize the gamepad to your specific tastes.
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Unfortunately, the Free controller is not compatible with Windows XP, so any chances of remapping the buttons are scrapped. Also despite what it says on SteelSeries' site, there are no mobile versions of the SteelSeries SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller app to customize your controller with, so button remapping needs to take place on a computer, which is a bit inconvenient.
Not being able to download the SteelSeries engine, I had to use the preset controls, and for some games it worked fine, but for others, they were a bit off. Imagine using the Select button on a PS controller to fire in a shooter game.
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When playing Temple Run, I found that using the D-pad alone was better than using the joysticks or the buttons on the controller's right side. Also, the bottom 4 button I would instinctively use to jump, made me slide instead.
Also, you can't use the gamepad to navigate through the menus on some games. I had to alternate between using the controller and the touch screen to get where I needed to be.
SteelSeries does this, offering a controller with a D-pad, dual joysticks, four buttons on the front, two paddles on the top, and there are a pair in the middle that act as start and reset, but also have other functions too. The design is sleek and smooth, covered mostly in a rubberized coating mixed with light grey SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller and a darker gray plastic surrounding and highlighting the controls. The other factor that played into this design was portability.
Since it can be used with mobile devices, it only seems right SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller this controller should be able to go in a pocket just as easily as the phone, or at least not take up much space while traveling with a tablet or PC. We went through some trials and tribulations to make it to this point, but I would like to thank the support team over at SteelSeries for helping me through what was found out to be some sort of USB stacking issue.
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