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Psychopad K.O. Review

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Everyone goes a little crazy, sometimes . . .

With the plethora of peripherals for the platform systems, sometimes its hard to find a good, solid joystick. Everyone who has ever played games in an arcade prefers joysticks to most of the controllers that came with the system. What gamer hasn't had to stop playing in order to let his/her thumb crack and relax? I myself love joysticks and try to never use those little joypads for any of the platforms. (Except for the Saturn Nights controller - that one is amazing.)

In answer to my pleas, along comes the "Hyper Programmable 10 in 1" Psychopad K.O. from Act Labs. In an age of compatibility, the Psychopad K.O. can be used for three different systems. For the 32bit gamers, it comes with connectors for both the Saturn and the Playstation. Oddly enough, it also comes with a connector to the Super NES. Why they included that I will never know. Having the ability to plug into several machines is great for the rich guy who owns them all, or for the gamer who loves his controller and wants to use it on every game. As for the joystick itself, I like to break it down into a few different categories.

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