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WebHead

You guys may not like it but there are games such as LBP3 and killzone that do use it extensively. So if you guys want smooth seamless BC the touchpad is gonna have to stay.

WebHead

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Gremio108

@themcnoisy No, I quite like the light bar too. It's grown on me, I wasn't a fan at first. I'd quite like the ability to choose which colour it glows. Completely useless, but it would make me happy

Good job, Parappa. You can go on to the next stage now.

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Kidfried

I know it's not going to happen, but for these giant hands of mine I'd like something bigger.

Aside from that, better build quality for the triggers and then I'm fine.

Kidfried

Octane

I'm playing Tomb Raider (2013) and I like the feature where you can use the touch pad to zoom in and out on the map. It's surprisingly useful. Too bad other devs didn't make use of it. And the gyro as well; I still don't understand why gyro aiming isn't a standard option in any game that has some sort of aiming.

Octane

Heavyarms55

Get rid of that big useless square button and the big glowing light of wasted battery and give us USB-C and a Nintendo style D-pad rather than a the traditional PS-style buttons and we are golden. I think Sony makes real solid and reliable controllers in general otherwise.

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Kidfried

@Heavyarms55 Sony's currwnt d-pad is the best d-paf in my opinion. Nintendo d-pads haven't been that good since the SNES days.

Also, just out of curiosity, which one are you talking about? The Pro or the Joycon?

Also, I take it you mean you want to remove the touchpad and you're not wishing for the removal of the button which this site lends his name too, right? Would've made for a great joke, though.

Kidfried

Heavyarms55

@Kidfried The touchpad yes, and the D-pad I am talking about is one like SNES style. I like the Pro controller's d-pad (after they fixed the bug with the early releases) but it's smooth, so it's not as nice as the SNES, Game Boy style which I prefer. And honestly I don't mind the touch pad much, I just think it is kinda ugly and pointless but also harmless. That light on the other hand should only ever be on when it's being used for something. Otherwise it's a gross waste of battery.

And USB-micro is just obsolete. But forgivable from when the PS4 controller first launched.

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Octane

Yeah, having the option to turn off the light (if possible) would be neat.

I think the touch pad needs to stay there in case you want to play older games on it. Or maybe it'll require a DS4 and they keep making them alongside the new DS5...

Octane

Kidfried

@Heavyarms55 My hate for the Switch's d-pad is known all across the Mushroom Kingdom.

Different strokes for different folks?

Kidfried

Octane

@WebHead I can think of a fair amount of games that use it, even if it's just using it as two buttons (left and right touch pad).

Octane

Heavyarms55

@Kidfried I have to imagine you're talking about the original on the first release of the controller. They fixed the lack of a pivot on all later releases.

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Kidfried

@Heavyarms55 I don't think so. Was bought around after Smash' release (so I only use my old GameCube controller for Smash.)

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