1. IBNobody

    OP IBNobody I try to keep myself amused.
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    If you use your Dual Shock 3 (or nav controller) on the PC, you're probably using MotionJoy drivers. Motionjoy's UI is riddled with ads, crashes frequently, requires an internet connection, and is lacking some basic features.

    I stumbled on a utility called "Better DS3" the other day, and I'm very impressed.

    http://betterds3.ciebiera.net/

    Better DS3 is an improved driver configuration tool for MotionJoy. While it still uses MotionJoy's drivers (and requires MotionJoy to be installed), it provides a much cleaner interface. It's very stable, too.

    I'm currently using my nav controller and Better DS3 to play Aquaria on the PC. It's a godsend.

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  2. kehkou

    kehkou does what Nintendon't
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    Good find! Cant wait to put it to use!:yayps3:
     
  3. spotanjo3

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    It works!!! It is so much better than MotionJoy. I hate ads.. Yay, no more ads!!! good finding, thanks!
     
  4. kmno

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    I have a question, can I use a different controler (one bought for use for the PS3 but third party) with motion joy?
     
  5. spotanjo3

    spotanjo3 GBAtemp Legend
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    No one answered this person's question ?

    Anyway, good question. You can try and see if the third party works. I dont like the third party controllers. Its cheap, I know.
     
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