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Ker kontroler se vam zdi najboljši  

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  1. 1. Ker kontroler se vam zdi najboljši

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Tko k nimam kej za počet bom mal opisu kakšne kontrolerje mamo. Žal v angleškem jeziku in se je treba mal potrudt ampak sej vem da ste zmožni tega :beer:

Wii controller:

The Wii Remote is a one-handed controller that uses a combination of accelerometers and infrared detection (from an array of LEDs inside the Sensor Bar) to sense its position in 3D space. This design allows users to control the game using physical gestures as well as traditional button presses. The controller connects to the console using Bluetooth, and features rumble, 4KB non-volatile memory and an internal speaker. The Wii Remote can connect to other devices through a proprietary port at the base of the controller. The device bundled with the Wii retail package is the Nunchuk unit, which features an accelerometer and a traditional analog stick with two trigger buttons. In addition, an attachable wrist strap can be used to prevent the player from unintentionally dropping or throwing the Wii Remote. In response to incidences of strap failures, Nintendo is offering a stronger replacement for all straps.


XBOX 360 controller

The Xbox 360 controller is somewhat different from the original Xbox controllers. The black and white buttons have been replaced by bumper buttons, which are on the shoulder of the controller, just above the triggers. It is noticeably smoother, has a white-gray theme, and is very small and ergonomically built. The wireless version runs on 2 AA batteries. The life remaining on these batteries can be checked by pushing the Xbox Guide Button and looking in the upper margin for a battery which displays to 4 bars.


PS 3 controller (SIXAXIS)

The Sixaxis can operate wirelessly via Bluetooth; up to 7 simultaneous controllers are supported natively by the console.

The controller also features a USB mini-B port, which can be used to connect a USB cable for internal battery charging and wired operation. The controller can be seamlessly swapped from wireless to wired operation, and is charged automatically upon connection. The PS3 comes with a USB to USB mini cable, but spare controllers do not include these cables, you are expected to need one cable for however many controllers you have. The controller can operate up to 30 hours on a full charge. The battery is not replaceable; according to a Sony spokesperson, the Sixaxis should operate for "many years before there's any degradation in terms of battery performance," and stated, "When and if this happens, then of course [sony] will be providing a service to exchange these items.Sony announced that because of the included motion sensors, the rumble feature of previous PlayStation controllers was removed, reasoning that the vibration would interfere with motion-sensing.



GC controller

The standard GameCube controller is a standard wing grip design, and was designed to fit well in one's hands. It totals eight buttons, two analog sticks and a D-pad. The primary analog stick is on the left, with the D-pad below it. On the right are four buttons; a large green "A" button in the center, a smaller red "B" button to the left, an "X" button to the right and a "Y" button to the top. Below those, there is a yellow "C" stick, which often serves different functions, from controlling the camera, to one similar to that of the right analog stick on a DualShock 2 controller. The start/pause button is in the middle of the controller.

On the top of the controller there are two analog shoulder buttons marked "L" and "R", as well as one digital one marked "Z". The "L" and "R" shoulder buttons the main innovation, have both digital and analog capabilities. In analog mode, it have an additional 'click' when fully depressed. In digital mode, it will registers it as digital only when fully depressed. This serves as two additional buttons on the controller without the need to actually add physical buttons. This works by means of a dual-sensor system inside the controller, a slider piece, which is moved by pressing down on the shoulder button and a separate button press pad at the base.


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