I’ve tried SO MANY PS2 AND PS1 controllers with the InPin and every single one of them I have problems doing DP motions. More specifically, I have to frekaing press the d-pads REALLY HARD (or at least way harder than usual) for it to register. This is comparing to just using a PS3 controller straight up btw; I have no problems doing any kind of motion on my PS3 pads.
So I’m starting to think that it’s the converter’s fault and not my PS controllers. Anyone had this issue before?
I’m actually mainly practicing on a PS2/1 controller for use on matches using 360 as the console (I’m about to get a recommended PS2->360 converter soon, but no 360 to test it out on), so I was thinking that I should get used to the controller here at home at the very least. But dammit if the converter itself is screwing up my inputs then that sucks big time.
P.S. does anyone know if there’s a peripheral that can allow a PS4 controller to work on the 360? (by ‘peripheral’ I mean just a piece of hardware, not the currently ‘known’ method of Joy2Key)