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- Supports PS2, GC and DC controllers on PC simultaneously.
- Compatible with official PS2, GC, DC controllers and a majority of compatible controllers.
- Supports Joy2key, Key Mapping and force feedback function.
This new version also supports Dreamcast sticks and steering wheels.
|Release Date||Apr 01, 2007|
||(3.5 out of 5)|
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This device does'nt work with topway DC steeringwheel, what should i do?
I bought this one because I needed a converter in order to connect my Cobalt Flux to the PC, and the Trio Linker Plus was the recommended adapter. The old Trio Linker was sold out, so I figured I couldn't go wrong with this one.
Unfortunately, even though it says on the package that it support dance pads, this is not the case. It has got the axis problem (meaning left-right and up-down jumps are impossible). It is a hardware problem, and not possible to fix via drivers.
Also, it seems that the converter I got was detect, as it doesn't register when I press left. Since I ordered overseas and the item was cheap, I decided to just write it off.
I hope EMS will chance their decision about "upgrading" the hardware and start to offer again a converter that doesn't have the axis problem.
this product DOES NOT work well with windows vista AT ALL! i plugged in my ps2 controller only to find that i could not use the analog sticks on any of my games same with the gamecube controller and it would not register 2 buttons simultaneously on my blueshark metal dance pad. I was VERY dissappointed.
The original Trio Linker Plus worked great with DDR pads, but version 2 has the standard axes problem, where you can't hold down left/right, and up/down at the same time, which of course makes jumps impossible, as well as just steping from arrow to arrow.
The official forums state that this is a hardware issue, and cannot be corrected with a driver patch, so don't expect to see this changing any time soon.
On the other hand, it seems to work great with a standard PS2 controller in other games... virtually lag free... so if you aren't connecting a DDR pad to it, it may be worth getting.
Compatible with Gamecube, Windows PC
Compatible with Windows PC (PC)
Compatible with Gamecube, Nintendo Wii
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