Do you play games with the vibration on?
Now that I think about it, I'm rarely even consciously aware of rumble while I'm playing, but I always prefer to have it on if I can.Ya know, I never notice when it's on. But the moment I it's suppose to be there and it doesn't rumble, then I notice immediately.
Maybe we can play some games together sometime? I'll pay for the movies?
Yes, and I also play with the controller down my pants.
Yes, and I enjoy its feel. It's as though something is lacking when it's not on.
Me too.;) My girlfriend is lacking when it's not on.:/
My last Xbox 360 controller (just replaced it) had a dead battery pack. I could only use that controller by keeping it plugged in with the Play and Charge Kit at all times. That controller never vibrated, I'm guessing because it didn't have enough power in the battery at any one time. I got used to it. Vibration is one of those things you don't notice are there until they aren't anymore.
Yeah, when the option is there I have it on. At times you come across games that use it effectively, but few do it bad in a way that's annoying, so the pros outweigh the cons for me.
I wish I could turn it off in Civilization 4 though. Even though it doesn't have controller support, if my 360 controller is connected the controller will shake violently whenever I click menu items, which is just weird, as there's no other vibration feedback in the game.
I love the feel of rumble on controllers. Being a PC gamer, I specifically bought a Novint Falcon so I wouldn't miss out on it. Sadly though... it wasn't worth it. That thing was hard as hell to control and had hardly any game support besides Valve's games.
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