This is disturbing news.
UPDATE: I have been informed that the newer controllers that are now shipping have a "Fix" for this issue integrated into them. ... Eddie K (admin)
There is a disturbing test of the OUYA controller on the official forum: http://forums.ouya.tv/discussion/com...#Comment_11439
Could someone with OUYA do the test and compare the results?
Looks pretty bad. Not seen anything that weird since quantum mechanics class at uni...
Thank god we can use ps3/xbox controllers!
(Pics taken from ouya.tv forum)
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Wow it only gets worse and worse. To think I was making fun of my friends for buying those cheaply made Android sticks and they might turn out to be better built than OUYA. I'm going to be walking with my head down for a while
This could potentially be a side effect of the glue seeping in. Even if it isn't, it's potentially game breaking. Games these days are more demanding than they were only a few years ago and we need precise controls or we're fucked. I'm for one not buying a $50 controller if it's just a modern day Intellevision controller. There's no excuse for this and needs to be fixed.
I'm going to guess this is a software / firmware problem. I initially thought OUYA were doing this on purpose (i.e. snapping to the axes to make it easier for games that just have up/down and left/right movement rather than full range of movement). But seems it's something deeper than that
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