Mad Catz Xbox 360 GamePad HALF PRICE in the Argos Clearance Sale - HotUKDeals
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Was £19.99....... NOW £9.99
Also works on PC
NOTE: this pad is NOT wireless

* Mad Catz Xbox 360 GamePad is officially licensed by Microsoft for use on the Xbox 360 gaming console.
* Features analog triggers and joysticks.
* Licensed vibration feedback technology immerses you in the game letting you feel all the action.

Catalogue number 568/1534
21 reviews on the site...average of 4 out of 5 stars

Feels comfortable to use and well made
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Heated and thanks! Reserved myself one at my local. :-D
not bad but rrp is a joke...i bought the official m/soft one for 17.99
got one months ago in the pack with a stand, wheel and pedals for £20. never used it as it feels nothing like the real ones.
Don't forget Quidco. :)
Voted hot btw.
Personally believe deal below is a better product

Still voted this deal hot though
Great for using on PC
I had one of this for a few months of light use. Now, something inside must be broken because sometimes I have to give it a good shake to get some buttoms to response.

Also, £9.99 is the normal price for these at Tesco, spotted a couple of weeks ago.
what are these like on laptops,little lad plays games on the laptop so wondering if this will be any good to him
crap pad
Does it have a 4-way SNES type d-pad ? I hate the official controller d-pad, makes both Pro Evo and Gears of War unecessarily frustrating
what are these like on laptops,little lad plays games on the laptop so wondering if this will be any good to him

Yes, works fine with Vista on a laptop with no drivers.
This thing is a cheap made non-microsoft pad and £10 is just about right for it. You would still need to modify registry/use emulators/custom dlls to get it working correctly with most games on PC.
Offer still available on this in my local Argos - just reserved one so I can use it on Mame... :)

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