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retro-bit-pc-0387 Saturn controlador USB con cable, color negro
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Other than the d-pad the rest of it seems great. You plug it in and it just works. It's a comfortable design and the buttons are all comfortable to use. Of course, that much is really SEGA's design. The plastic doesn't feel horrendously cheap, so it should hold up well over time too I think. Although if I had to nitpick about the buttons, the start button isn't a proper button like on most gamepads, but the whole thing is one big rubber piece going all the way through instead of plastic on top. That makes it very stiff and uncomfortable to press. Not that you have to press start a lot or very often, so that isn't too big of a deal I suppose. It's just a really strange design choice with no benefits I can see.
In the end, my iBuffalo SFC (SNES) gamepad is still the best of my retro-style gamepads by far though. Much much better d-pad, great comfort, and all the buttons are great. I'll be sticking to it for retro gaming outside of the 3/6 button SEGA systems (the SFC/SNES style one still is better for the SMS.)
This controller does a fantastic job of replicating the look and feel of the model S Sega Saturn game pad. There are allot of reviews on here hating on the product due to quality control issues, I have not experienced any problems with mine but at the same time even if I do the thing sells for 5-10$. I would also note that allot of the QC problems seem to be from older reviews, could be coincidental but maybe not.
This controller manages to have a similar weight and button feel to the pad it imitates however there are a few differences I noticed right off the bat. For one the D-pad on this controller is made of a much different material than the official S. This isn't a bad thing per say but the harder/glossy plastic Retro-link opted for is simply not as great as the softer almost rubberized feel of the original. The 6 face buttons and rubberized start button are also very nice and do a fantastic job emulating the original with little to no difference. The shoulder buttons on the retrolink however feel allot different from the original in that they have a deeper click to them and require a bit more force which I believe is due to them not using the micro-switch styled set-up on the innards that the S does.
When it comes to playing games with the controller I think the included video will speak for itself. The true test for the quality of any D-Pad is it's performance within 2D fighters and well it is here that this particular controller shines! The original S pad has perhaps one of the best d-pad and button lay outs for these types of games and I am happy to report that the Retro-link version follows suit. I had no problems at all performing quarter circle forward/back or the shoryuken maneuver on this pad. The button response times were also just fine and the fact that the device uses USB means there is no chance of input lag that an adapter may introduce. Time will tell if I run into any of the dreaded QC issues but the performance of the device in play means that I would most certainly buy another if this one meets its end.
While the above may sound like a 100% positive review there are two issues I have with this controller which I believe take it down by 1 star. For one, the shoulder buttons simply don't feel as good as the original pad or anything like the original pad for that matter. For two, I don't particularly love the plastic they used on this as it DOES feel more brittle than I would like, again for 10$ it's fine. All in all, if you are in the market for something to emulate your oldschool library or a cheap-o fight pad I would say do not hesitate to pick this up as it definitely gets the job done.
Word of caution - This thing does not recognize more than two buttons with Android. However it does work perfectly with Windows and Debian-based Linux (RetroPie). At first I thought it was broken when I used it with an Android TV box, but I tried a few other Android devices and the same problems occurred regardless of app or Android version.
This would certainly be suitable for a donor board for restoring a broken OG saturn controller, but honestly, I find it nice enough to use on its own.