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Retro-Bit 官方 Sega Saturn 2.4 GHz 无线控制器 8 键式拱门垫，适用于 Sega Saturn、Sega Genesis Mini、任天堂开关、PS3、PC、Mac - 包括 2 个接收器和收纳盒 - 透明蓝色
重温改变游戏的控制器，并使用 Retro-Bit 官方*的 SEGA 土星蓝牙控制器将它带到更高水平。 具有远距离无线游戏功能，可与 Sega Saturn、Sega Genesis Mini、Switch、PS3、PC、Mac 兼容。
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one small issue i had early on was trying to sync the controller using the receiver on the PS3.
Unfortunately because of the system’s design its kind of hard to hold down the button to sync the receiver because of what little space there is between it and the system. I had to use a popsicle stick in order to hold down the button while pushing the receiver up a bit so that it wouldn’t damage itself as i was pushing down over the button.
A Small issue that can easily be fixed by lower the button down or putting in something with the controller to help you reach it better.
I tried out a few fighting games, arcade games and sonic games. They worked pretty well as the D-Pad’s movements were very smooth. There was one small issue that could easily be fixed with a stability update or by resetting the controller “didn’t think of trying it at the time but it most likely will work.”
At one point I decided to pause a game and the controller’s D-Pad stopped functioning when playing Final Fight DBL Impact. I reset to the XMB and it still wasn’t working so I reset the console using the normal controller and it started working again.
Probably the most important thing to keep in mind is that the D-Pad works as if you were using an Analog Stick. So unfortunately PS1 Classics that are not Analog compatible will not work.
I tried RE2 and surprisingly it worked pretty well.
Probably the closest we’ll ever get to a Saturn version of RE2.
PS2 Classics didn’t work at all unfortunately as the system didn’t recognize the controller.
Overall its well deserving of a 4/5 as it worked very well other than the few small issues I mentioned.
If there were to be a stability fix and maybe a way to change from Analog to D-Pad and Vice Versa. I’d gladly give it a perfect score.
Overall, the controller feels the same to me as my original Japanese Saturn pad. All the buttons, digital pad, etc, feel high quality and work well. Once the controller syncs up, the range is excellent and I can't tell any input lag.
I haven't yet used the receiver dongle with my PC, just the Saturn so far, so I can't speak to that. I was worried about how well this controller would work in the long lead-up between product announcement and release, and I'm really surprised and happy it came out so well. Retro-bit really did a fantastic job, and I really hope they release the analog stick version. That would be perfect for games like NiGHTS and Panzer Dragoon Zwei.
Anyway, great product that I have no complains about. This is the definitive Saturn pad for me now, and I won't be going back to using my wired U.S. MK1 pads or my Japanese pads.
Unfortunately from what I can gather from reading around about this, my pad arrived broken with what some have told me is most likely a peace of plastic and metal rattling around inside the device...
Now if these people are right there is a light that's supposed to be atop the pad that must have been broken when I got it, apparently this is some kind of retrograde "feature" that we the customers are actually paying for so as to prevent tampering with the device...
This all sounds a bit far out for me mind you because I honestly couldn't fathom anything short of pure corporate greed that would compel a company to sell me a product that I the consumer would be deliberately paying for it to be made faulty so as I couldn't fix it myself and or customize it... Like you know... ANY OTHER JOYSTICK OR PAD ON THE MARKET!
So I really hope that is some kind of sick joke people are for whatever reason spreading around, because all I know is for whatever reason it doesn't work and this story that seems to be going around is bad enough as it is to scare me away from there products.
Please anyone let me know what you may know about this and if there's any form of truth about this really odd rumor I keep hearing about from people who did teardowns of this Pad...?