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Review title of MYOU CAN REMAP THE BUTTONS WITH THE ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER!
I have this & have remapped the buttons to many different functions depending on the game. I think the bad reviews are because the description isn't clear. This is for use WITH the Xbox adaptive controller....Many accessible devices use attachments to map out additional options that typically aren't necessary for those who don't suffer from a disability. Attachments that allow devices with alternate input are required for options not typically available in the standard menu. This is common practice....The Xbox adaptive controller is the "hub", that allows you to remap buttons to devices that are attached to it to make it more accessible...This joystick might work without the adaptive controller, however (based on other reviews) all the additional options aren't available and that's to be expected...Please don't review these accessories badly due to lack of information. It makes me so happy I can play now too.
Review title of DeanController for the disabled
My 8 yr old son suffered brain damage when an AVM ruptured. Since then I am always looking for ways for my son to do the things he used to do. Everyone should understand this is an accessory for the adaptive controller for people with disabilities. I just got the controller yesterday, so I haven't gotten to use it yet, but I plan to use the controller while my son pushes a button. This will hopefully be an enjoyable experience for him to play minecraft with his brothers. Thank you Microsoft for continuing to develop solutions to help people with disabilities.
Review title of MTN JELLYBeautiful Cause & Product
People don't understand this is for gamers with disabilities This is a beautiful thing they're doing
Review title of ColterIssa nunchuk.
Boi dis just a nunchuk you ain't foolin anyone.
Review title of RickityHow to remap it is a grand secret!
So yes you can remap this controller. But it's not obvious how to do so. When plugged in to the left usb port (of the adaptive controller, which is required), the two front buttons are mapped by x1 and x2 (which are near the middle at the top). So you have to go into the accessories app and remap x1 to A (for example) and then boom that little button is A. If you plug into the right usb slot, then VIEW and MENU determine what the buttons are. So remap the view and menu (actually the secondary view and menu) at the top of adaptive controller. this link explains more: https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/controllers/devices-that-work-with-adaptive-controller. I like how the other reviewer bashed people who couldn't figure out how to remap, but then didn't explain how. He must work for PDP.
Review title of TylerIt's underwhelming
I bought this to use for movement in lieu of using WASD. The first thing I noticed with the PDP One-Handed Joystick was that the plastic around the edge of the stick is not round. It is octagonal. This makes rotating the stick and moving at an angle very clunky. It is unusable in most games. Another issue I have had is that the joystick click button doesn't seem to be working. I will keep messing with it to see if I can get that to work, but as it stands, it has 2 usable buttons and a clunky joystick.
Review title of TrevorWish it shipped to Australia
I wish I could buy this joystick in Australia. It would make my Adaptive Controller so much better.
Review title of OwenCan't remap it
This device is not remappable. It says it is in the description. It is not. Just got off with Microsoft support, they reaffirmed that it is indeed not remapabble. So forget about binding the shoulder buttons to anything other than Up and Down.
Review title of AmaiA bit awkward
The height is a bit high and gets in the way of my wrist to fully grasp the hole controller. I was looking for a small joystick that is palm size and low.
Review title of jack???
umm, isn't this just a Wii Accessory?