I wrote a letter to C&VG (which got published!) back in the day about blisters on my thumb due to DC Virtua Tennis. I've never had a game related injury before or since.Worst d-pad for killing thumbs that Ive used, is the dreamcast's. I once cut my thumb in a heated bout of I think it was virtua tennis.
Seems like it's the same as the pandora's, and that d-pad is nigh perfect for Hadokens, and I'm not just saying that. Let's hope the movement limits and sensitivity is the same.d-pad pyra is perfect, it doesn't look nice as a nintendo d-pad, but it works better for super street fighter "hadoken" and other combos.
You forgot to mention what about the hinge you don't like.I can't wait to see what the production hinges on the Pyra will be like.
Its really the only gripe I have with my pandora. I can handle the DIY approach to the software, I can handle the odd Nub problem, I can handle most anything. But the hinge on the Pandora is severely dissapointing... and it's a subjective problem as I'm sure there are many who have no problems with it. But I just really want to know what to expect from the pyra hinges.
That's fine, but unless it can be manufactured and for a reasonable price it's not a real option.I've designed a new, simple multi-angle hinge that also can be "modded" just for fun, but the Pyra will actualy use the old hinge mechanism afaik, which has the same limitations than the one from the Pandora.