QUOTE(llwahooll @ Jul 12 2006, 12:12 AM)
Why not just go buy an aftermarket 360 controller, they have big ones.
Then can you link me? All I can find is madcatz and they are the same sice just a little bit different button placement.
QUOTE(RDC @ Jul 11 2006, 02:30 PM)
It can be done, it's just the mechanics of it are really a mess. The 360 Wired controller board just about fits in the S shell (the shell or board, maybe both WILL have to be modified), the bonus is the D-pad and A,B,X,Y buttons all line up, so that part's taken care of. The 360 controller is pretty much the same size as the S-controller, as far as how far the sticks and A,B,X,Y buttons are laid out, the shell is just smaller.
If you don't have any expertise in using the Dremel and messing with what I'm sure will be a slew of different materials (glues, plastic, ect.) then I'd stay away from trying it for sure, you'll just end up with 2 wrecked controllers. I'm gonna mess with this some more now that I've seen more than a few people wondering about it, though it won't be something that gets done in a few days by far.
Again thank you for the kind answer and this was actually very informative to me because I didn't know anything really lined up, I figured it was close. Me and a Dremel um...no lol. If this ever does get done though I will pay to have it done for me for sure.
QUOTE(BoNg420 @ Jul 11 2006, 03:34 PM)
Asked a million times and it wont work just by connecting it to the 360, the 360 controller is so much better anyhow, not as bulky and fits nice in the hands. Just paint a 360 controller black and maybe you will feel better. it can be done, but all the work you would have to go through to get it to work would be a pain in the ass.
Better in your opinion. For me it sucks the S was just right. The duke? Well...I don't really need a controller as big as a toaster.