How to set up a "gamestick" to play pc games on your computer.

Reply Sat 20 Dec, 2008 08:03 pm
I just bought a "mad catz arcade gamestick" so I can use it to play "pc games" on my computer. It states that the gamestick is "pc usb compatile." My operating system is "windows xp." Can I use this gamestick to play "pc games" and if so then how do I set up the gamestick on my computer?
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Reply Sat 20 Dec, 2008 09:07 pm
You'll want to plug the USB cable into the USB port. If the gamestick came with a disk, unplug it and install the driver then replug it. Most FPS games support a gamepad/stick to make the enviornment a little user-friendly.

Check your game to see if it supports the use of a gamepad, you can look on the developers game site, or on the back of the game box.

When you start the game, go to "Options" or "Settings" and the use of a gamepad should be under "Controller" or "Controller Options". The name will usually vary.

When you find it choose the option for a Gamepad.

I Created my own gamepad out of an Xbox Controller S, works in emulators and in MUGEN.

Hope I helped.

Please have a look at my question.
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