No prob, I hate playing FPSs with the pad, and so I did some research about a year ago. The first one I found was the SmartJoy, but that one isn't designed to fit on my PStwo. I had to put some books or so under my PS2 in order to attach the adapter, or use a extension cable. BTW they are not for the USB, but for the controller port, and that's why they work with really every game. You can attach a PS2-mouse (or USB-mouse with PS2-adapter) and a PS2-keyboard.
The Max Shooter was released some time later, and has a short piece of cable, which makes it easier to attach to a slimline. It has the following configuration options:
- fully programable keyboard and mouse button-config
- save up to 11 different configs
- Mouse speed
- Invert mouse y-axis
- Swap move and look (to control the left analog with the mouse, eg for Silent Scope)
- Switch between analog and digital mode
The Smart Joy lacks the speed-adjustment (very important) and the analog-digital-toggle (not important) and you can only save 8 configs, so I would definitely buy a Max Shooter.
best regards Jones23
EDIT: Forget what I told you about the MaxShooter. It's not better than the SmartJoyFrag.
Thanks to var3gen I just found out that the MaxShooter is a cheap, poorly designed, chinese copy of the SmartJoy.
The SJF is much better, regarding precision and mouse-speed. It's almost like using a PC-mouse.
So everyone: Get a SmartJoyFrag if you want a good quality product.
Sorry for my misleading posts. I hope you can forgive me.
Best regards Jones23
Last edited by Jones23; 06-20-2006 at 06:29 AM.
Reason: Don't buy a MaxShooter!