PS2 to PC controller converter

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by neilster, Jun 13, 2005.

  1. neilster

    neilster Guest

    Good-day all,

    Just bought the above so i could play Rugby 2005 on the PC with PS2 controller - can't seem to work out how to reset the mapping so that the buttons correlate as on the Playstation - any ideas?
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  3. You can't. I was hoping to be able to do this, but sadly, EA, lazy ******** that they are, decided not to include the ability to do this. Bizarre I know. [​IMG]
  4. loratadine

    loratadine Guest

    what would be the best controller to buy that is most like the ps2 controller.
  5. I use a Saitek P880 Dual Analogue pad. The passing buttons are on the face of the controller, but this doesn't matter, and it is a very solid and reliable pad.
  6. loratadine

    loratadine Guest

    how much does it cost?
  7. Not that much, about £20-25 I think. Could have come down in price a bit, been out a while.
  8. loratadine

    loratadine Guest

    ill have to check it out as ive been using the keyboard.
  9. Los Lover

    Los Lover Guest

    I've got it!!!


    they've come up with this awesome device that you can hook up your PS2 controller to that works perfectly for all those games and heaps cheaper than all that crap you're buying....It's user friendly and will make your games play smoother and hook up to enhancing cables etc....

    It's called a PS2.

  10. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    Meh, thats old technology. Plays much better on Xbox as well.

    PS2 is quite ****.
  11. Los Lover

    Los Lover Guest

    I think he wants a controller that he doesn't have to pump iron to be able to hold in the air.

    you know the ones that belong to total and utter **** xbox consoles...

    bring on PS3 then.
  12. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    And use a boomerang! [​IMG]

    Besides, the keyboard on the PC is the best way to play.
  13. It's really not. I find it near impossible to play sports games properly using the keyboard. A decent gamepad can't be beaten for this genre.
  14. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Get one of these...

    They make life much easier. Plus they kick the crap out of a Microsoft KB for normal use n'all.
  15. A gamepad's cheaper though. I can't be bothered to get a new keyboard, and it doesn't help that I use the mouse left-handed, so stuff like this often doesn't make anything easier.
  16. EVOL

    EVOL Guest

    hehe im a left handed mouserer too, small world.

    Just got me a ps2 to pc adapter today and although it's weird at first i'm starting to get used to the controls.

    Also tried that joytokey program works fantastic just wish it could somehow support the analogue sticks fully.
    what i mean is it just acts like a 8way digital pad, am I missing something?

    But hey for $14 NZ i can't complain
  17. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    Rugby 2005 plays better with an Xbox controller.

    Besides, you were telling him to play it on PS2 rather than PC.

    You're crazy man!!!
  18. davidson

    davidson Guest

    use the joy2key thingy that you can download in the mod section. set the keys as appropriate (takes a little brainpower to work out what does what, i used the windows game pad console to show buttons are which numbers etc etc). it works really well actually altho im not sure if its proper analogue tho. nearly as good as ps2 controls. not quite.
  19. EVOL

    EVOL Guest

    Heres the set up i used, as you can see axis x and y are for left analogue and axis3 and 6 are right analogue stick which i assigned step fend bunt.
    i assigned the passes A and D to [] and O because im used to xbox.
    Button 9 is start on the ps2 control so i assigned esc to pause he he.
    Button 12 is R3 so I obviously put alt so i can use hands in the ruck.

    sorry for posting but its 2:30am and i'm bored
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