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drmoneejd

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I'm tryin to get my computer fit for games. the ram could be better, but all i really need is a controller. i thought about maybe a 360 controller, but im not sure if it is compatible with all games. i want something easy to use and configure, but under like $50.
Any Suggestions??

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Joysticks and other controllers aren't always compatible with games, it all depends on the game.

I've not used a whole lot of controllers on the PC but the one I do really like is the 360 controller.
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ok, thanks, i think i'll try to get one...do you know around how much they are?
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Didn't know what country you were in so I included UK and US prices.

£18 for a wired controller (UK)
£35 for a wireless controller (UK)
$35 for a wired controller (US)
$55 for a wireless controller (US)

These prices were taken from Play.com and newegg.com so prices may vary.
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ok, thanks, and im from the U.S. :)
but can you use a wireless controller? like does it come with a usb/firewire wireless connector?
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The wireless controller comes with a USB wireless receiver.
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oh, ok thanks, i think ill probably get one :)
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