[Explaining my problem] - I am considering changing back to joypad hack since the PS360+ is not a great deal for me (at least for now). Weird FPS lacking on SSFIV (let’s not focus in this part, please), is not 100% PS2 fighting games compatible and it doesn’t work on the Tototek’s PSX to Neogeo converter which is the major priority for me cause i love the AES system.
[Going to the subject] - Is the PSX joypad pcb good/trustable? I mean, with a good response with no dropped inputs, accept a lot of commands in one second? I actually have been using a third party hacked pcb and i noticed a improvement regarding some Neogeo inputs with PS360+, example: input that requires 2 or 3 buttons pressed at same time became consistent and acurate, the same goes for other inputs, it got way better with the PS360+. So i realized a third party psx pcb can’t offer anything good, you just can’t trust the thing.
I own the following converters: InPin PS2 to PS3, Xtokki 360 and PSX to Neogeo, they are all really really great with awesome response, and this setup can make my controller a bit better than a multi-console pcb considering the compatibility with PS2 games, which the P360+ can’t offer yet.
Don’t get me wrong, i want to keep 360+, i can wait until they fix those issues, but i don’t know when it gonna happen so i just want to spend the time playing my favourite fighting games while waiting. (some ps2 fighting and the ng aes with professional arcade parts).
I’m just afraid to feel a performance decline with the PSX pcb even dealing with a official one. I have 1 from first version, the one is not Dual Shock. I believe it won’t be a problem but i would like to talk about it before hack the pad.