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    How to Make Bad Controllers Good

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    This is one of RNW's famed "how to" pages. It contains lots of opinions, but may also have just as much vulgarities, gross-out content, satirical humor, and NSFW elements. Also, some of these pages are freakishly long, which pretty much speaks for itself.
    These pages are now considered legacy pages and can no longer be edited by ordinary contributors.

    Nintendo 64 Controller

    • Remove the Left Third That would make it harder to use.
      • I would say that we would move the analog stick to the left and move the D-pad elsewhere. Oh wait....

    Xbox 360 Controller

    • Make the controller less heavy. Ok, You have to have Spoons for Hands if you think the Xbox 360 controller is heavy. 
      • So it matters on a person's strength?

    Atari 5200 Controller

    • Remove the numeric keypad and replace the four buttons on the side with the simple red round button from the Atari 2600.
    • Fix the faulty controller.

    Power Glove

    • Make its movements and gestures more responsive.
    • Remove the unnecessary coding buttons on top.

    Roll n' Rocker

    • It is made by Nintendo instead of LJN.
    • The tilts are read more accurately and responsively and allow for a wider range of actions.

    Atari Trackball

    • Shrink the controller's overall size and let the "ball" respond better. Also, it can be pressed on, making it act like a button.
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