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Reviewed: Top Shot Pegasus Joystick
Manufacturer: AVB Technologies
Product Type: Game Controller
ESP: $84.99
Required System: Serial Port/USB Port
Reviewer's System: C400mhz @ 450mhz, 64mb Ram, G400, DX7.0, Win98
Overall Rating:
Author: Chris Kim       Date: December 14th 1999
Page: 1

Product Review:

Certain games require different types of input devices. For many games, the keyboard and mouse combination is unbeaten. Which is very true, in many 3D games, the keyboard and mouse control is unbeaten. The high versatility and quick movement of the mouse makes it idea for action games. But what about games that require a lot more precision and accuracy? The response is likely a joystick. Many joysticks have hit and come across the market, one of the first revolutionary joysticks was the Sidewinder 3D Pro, one of the most advanced joysticks in the day. Recently tons of new features and extras have popped up in the world of joysticks.

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This joystick isn't the most loaded or featured joystick on the market, but what the joystick offers is a solid combination of features into one package. Quite easily the most attractive feature of the joystick is the force feedback support using I-Force 2.0 tactile feedback. Aside from that, the joystick uses a twelve-button configuration, four of which are used as a tact switch. The buttons for the most part are easily reached. The rudder and throttle are near the base, and the rudder is auto centering. The grip is cushioned and comfortable.

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Added:  Tuesday, December 14, 1999
Reviewer:  Chris Kim
Page: 1/4

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