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PDP pad review 6 button face pad, xbox 360

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Uploaded on Feb 27, 2011

PDP pad, is a 6 button face pad for the xbox 360. Would rather have a d pad then the micro switch/stick thing. I've had it for 3 days and it's still hard to get the more complex motions during combos out 100% of the time. Maybe i have to spend some weeks on it (i am hoping so). I feel i have to do motions harder than usual to make it work. Especially for some reason down left. It's like i have to hold the pad a little more inward than usual. And it may be because of the size of the left part of the pad. Again i can get used to all this stuff i am thinking. Also, 3 days and the letters on my buttons are starting to wear off. X Y and A are completely gone, the rest are on their way. Not that big of a deal but for button reconfigs at tournaments or a friends house in the future may be a bit more time consuming than usual. But on the plus side the buttons are really good quality, really responsive. I like the size of it, and it feels good in your hands, light in weight but sturdy in material. This is a very good alternative for xbox owners who are tired of their Madcatz fightpads breaking. The start and select buttons are behind the cord up top so NO never a friend pressing them because they are mashing. Man why can't companies just remake the japanese sega saturn pads ' _';

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