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Controller for Fahrenheit needed...


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Hi All.

Just bought a copy of Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy) thanks to recommendations from someone here a while ago. A dual analogue gamepad is recommended. I hate buying new so if anyone has a reasonable quality pad going spare/for sale head on over to GamePad Ad and let me know.



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Digger said:
A dual analogue gamepad is recommended.

I finished it just using the keyboard and mouse. The action bits are pretty easy to get used to.

I wouln't spend any money unless I had to.

However, buy a wired 360 controller if you realy want to. You can't really get better quality and support than this.:thumbsup:


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i thought there were problems with the 360 pads on computers? the triggers dont work do they?


semiskimmed said:
i thought there were problems with the 360 pads on computers? the triggers dont work do they?

Nope mostly compatibility issues, I think the center button doesnt work.

I wouldnt reccomened buying a 360 pad..a tad expensive if your only going to be using it for one game.


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oh my this game is super fantastic!

a complete shocker in the games industry!

one of my all time favs!

the reason i say this is because its one of the very FEW games i have completed and been addicted to playing right the way through! I usually play every game out there but only really complete a very amount of games like maybe 5 in a year out of 200!

But this game made me complete it thanks to its awsome script and story!
I just used the MOUSE AND KEYBOARD and it was perfectly fine but now i might play through again with the xbox 360 joypad!

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