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    Default Would you buy an Xbox 360 controller that is inspired by the dreamcast???

    So I was thinking today what if they made a Xbox 360 controller that was inspired by the dreamcast controller? I'm talking about a 3rd party controller by Sega, a 360 controller that resembles the dreamcast controller. And no not just a controller to play the dreamcast classics on but a fully functioning Xbox 360 controller used for all 360 games. Of course it has to be re-design a bit, make it slimmer since we don't need the controller slots for add ons. All they really need to do is add a second analog stick, bumpers, and an xbox guide button, and a back button. Other than that the top accessory port and the headphone slot. They can keep the Dreamcast D-pad since I hate the 360's one. Ha, well just a thought. Not sure if it should be wired or not, but I think its an pretty interesting just thinking of playing some modern games with it. Anyways whats your thoughts? Would you purchase said controller? For me its a solid yes if its built well. Keep in mind a wired one could double as a computer controller.
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    ...I'm pretty sure the Xbox controller already has some Dreamcast influence.
    So basically, you're asking us if we want an Xbox 1 controller with bumpers rather than the black and white buttons. Then, you modernize (for lack of a better word) the Xbox controller and you have the 360 controller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GGs Yoyo View Post
    ...I'm pretty sure the Xbox controller already has some Dreamcast influence.
    So basically, you're asking us if we want an Xbox 1 controller with bumpers rather than the black and white buttons. Then, you modernize (for lack of a better word) the Xbox controller and you have the 360 controller.
    Sure, I was thinking more about the controller shell to be more Dreamcast-like. Ha well just an idea I had 4 in the morning. :P

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    So what you're saying is a Dreamcast controller with all the buttons/thumbsticks/triggers/bumpers/functionality of a 360 controller. The xbox button where the VMU window would be. The VMU slots occupied by a wireless transmitter for connecting to a console and gyros for the vibration feedback/rumble pack.

    I'm trying to picture it. Yeah, might work if you throw in an extra thumbstick and an extra button for the back button. Make the D-pad a transforming D-pad and I might consider buying one of these from a 3rd party seller.

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    It already IS.
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    VMU - holds 3 games worth of data.

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