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    by Published on June 9th, 2011 15:01
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    We at DCEmu Reviews, got another EXCLUSIVE first look at a new product from XCM. This time, its the highly popular and probably best selling product MANY gamers have been waiting for an update to...the XCM Cross Fire Converter 2.0! This is an update to the original XCM Cross Fire Converter which allowed you to use a PlayStation 3 controller on your Xbox 360.

    Many people have commented and asked about the ability to the PS3 buttons on the Cross Fire Converter on our YouTube video that we upload and XCM has listened. See below for video and comments from other gamers...

    This is essentially and XCM Cross Fire Converter and XCM Re-Mapper (images/videos) ALL-IN-ONE device! Read below for more information and what's new...

    The XCM Cross Fire Converter 2.0 adapter lets you connect your PS3™ controller to your Xbox 360™/Slim consoles. With built-in rapid fire / turbo and tilt functions, this adapter is the ultimate in Xbox 360™ accessories. This adapter is also compatible with the WIRED Xbox 360™ and WIRED Original Xbox™ controllers for added Rapid Fire/Turbo functionality.

    The new XCM Cross Fire Converter 2.0 adapter lets you to remap PS3 buttons to where ever you like. Don't like the Xbox 360 controller setup where the RT is to fire and LT is to aim? Are you use to or prefer the PlayStation 3 controller setup where R1 is to fire and L1 is to aim? This adapter can finally let you remap your buttons to your preference. This new version also supports the wired Xbox 360™ headset as well.

    Function and features:
    • Use your PlayStation 3™ controller on your Xbox 360™/Slim consoles.
    • Built-in button remapping function
    • Supports wired Xbox 360™ headset*
    • Enables Rapid Fire/Turbo on WIRED Xbox 360™ and WIRED Original Xbox™ controllers when connected to Xbox 360™/Slim consoles.
    • Supports 2 stick analog tilt functionality of the PS3™ controller on the Xbox 360™.
    • User controlled Rapid Fire/Turbo firing rates (OFF, Medium Speed, High Speed)

      *Must be used in conjunction with a WIRED Xbox 360™ controller

    No word on pricing or when it will be available but it will be available at Play-Asia and Amazon.com when released. We'll definitely have a full review when we get our little grubby hands on it.
    by Published on June 9th, 2011 15:01
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    It has been awhile since we've seen anything new from XCM. It's usually an update to their old lineup or something new and different. Today, we at DCEmu Reviews brings you an EXCLUSIVE first look at the new XFPS Commando PRO. The PRO is an update to its predecessor, the XFPS Commando.

    The XFPS Commando PRO is designed for First Person Shooter games. The PRO version comes with a mouse and mini adjustable keyboard. No more adapters or computers required in order to use a keyboard and mouse. Simply plug in the receiver to the console and you're good to go! XFPS Commando PRO is compatible with Xbox 360™ and PS3™ consoles and features a wireless design, move 180° across the scene faster, compatible with wired Xbox 360™ headset, sensitivity adjustment and many more.

    Product features:
    • Plug and Play (no need to connect to PC)
    • Compatible with all versions of Xbox 360™ and Xbox 360™ Slim, PS3™ and PS3™ Slim.
    • Compatible with Xbox 360™ Wired Headset
    • Compatible with the latest PS3 firmware
    • Consist of 2 devices: XFPS mouse and XFPS mini adjustable keyboard
    • Wireless design
    • Ideal for use with all FPS titles
    • Super high sensitivity precision and smoothness
    • Move 180° across the scene faster
    • Built-in auto-fire function
    • You are able to set all the keys on the XFPS mini adjustable keyboard for one hand control. This function is designed for handicapped (left handed) people to enjoy video games.

    No word on pricing but it will be available soon at Play-Asia and Amazon.com. We'll definitely have a full review when we get our little grubby hands on it. ...
    by Published on June 8th, 2011 15:12
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    To celebrate the October release of Forza 4, Microsoft is also releasing a new racing wheel: The Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel.

    According to the press release it's "controlled intuitively" and features haptic feedback with rumble. There are also trigger buttons for gas and brake and "green bands of lights on each handle to provide visual cues when necessary".

    The device will be compatible with all racing games out of the box, including Forza and old titles that used the old wired, clunky steering wheels. The wheel will also support Kinect. However the small print reveals there will be "limited functionality in some games".

    The Wireless Speed Wheel, will have a worldwide launch in early October. There's no word on a European price yet but it'll cost $59.99 (around £35) in the US. No news if the new wheel will be featured in any bundles with Forza 4 itself. ...
    by Published on June 7th, 2011 19:34
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    Nintendo took the wraps off its newest home game console and the successor to the Wii. It’s called Wii U and it offers the 1080p HD graphics capabilities Nintendo fans have long been hoping for, as well as a controller that features a 6.2-inch touchscreen.

    Nintendo showed off the machine and its new controller at a press conference kicking off this week’s video game extravaganza known as the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) taking place in Los Angeles.

    "It’s a system that we will all enjoy together but also is tailor-made for you,” said Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime. “It’s different from anything you’ve played before. It can change the way you game personally and it can chance the way you play with your family and friends.”

    Nintendo president Satoru Iwata told the audience that Wii U will be compatible with all other Wii accessories — the Balance Board as well as the Remote and Nunchuk but will also use the new controller.

    A few details about the new controller: It has a 6.2 inch touchscreen, gyroscope and accelerometer for tilt control, it’s got full traditional Nintendo stick and button controls on either side of the screen, triggers on the back, a microphone, speakers and an inward facing camera.

    Nintendo has not revealed many of the details about the Wii U console itself, but Nintendo reps have said that the console itself comes with internal flash memory that can be upgraded with SD cards and other USB solutions and that it plays proprietary high-density optical discs and will access downloadable content as well.

    In a video displayed at the press event, Nintendo showed off how the touchscreen controller can offer players two different perspectives on the same game. You can get one perspective on the action from your TV screen or a completely different perspective on the controller screen.

    You can use both the TV and controller screen at the same time, or you can play a game on the controller without using the TV at all … though Iwata told the audience that the controller is not meant to be a portable game machine that can be played away from the console.

    Iwata told the packed audience that Nintendo’s goal has been to get rid of the divide between gamers and non-gamers and to erase the boundaries that divide players by age and gender. And he said that, with the Wii and DS, the company has made strides in that direction.

    But he pointed out that not all divides have been erased with some game hardware (say, the Xbox 360 and PS3) being seen as accessible only to the most passionate players while the Wii has been perceived as being for more casual players.

    “As an industry, what we haven’t achieved yet is a game machine that is equally satisfying for all players,” he said. “Yet this is exactly what we intend to create with our new home platform. The new platform will provide deeper experiences than even the most passionate gamer has experienced and wider experiences than even the Wii has delivered. It will let everyone see games in a different way.”

    Source: MSNBC
    by Published on June 7th, 2011 05:32
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    If you didn't know, Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is taking place this week in Los Angeles. During Sony's Monday night press conference, they have finally revealed the official name for their forthcoming handheld game machine. Previously codenamed NGP, the device is now officially called PlayStation Vita.

    Sony executive Kaz Hirai arrived on stage to announce that Sony will offer both a Wi-Fi only model as well as a 3G model available later this year. He said the Wi-Fi only model will cost $249 and the 3G/Wi-Fi model will retail for $299. Hirai announced that Sony has partnered exclusively with AT&T to be the American carrier for the 3G version of Vita. This actually drew some laughs and groans from the crowd.

    Sony executives said there are more than 80 titles currently in development for Vita. Among them, "Uncharted: Golden Abyss," "LittleBigPlanet" and "ModNation Racers."

    During the press event, Naughty Dog showed off how the "Uncharted" game will take advantage of Vita's two touch pads and tilt capabilities and just how good it will look on the sprawling 5-inch OLED screen.

    In a surprise announcement, Ken Levine, founder of Irrational Games, said his company will be making an NGP game set in the "BioShock" universe.

    Cheers went up as a trailer for "Street Fighter X Tekken" played on a giant screen in front of the packed house. Yoshinori Ono of Capcom not only arrived on stage to tell the happy audience that they would be making a version of the game for Vita, but he also played it in front of the audience on the big screen.

    Game executives not only touted Vita's power and connectivity, but the way games would be able to be played both on Vita as well as the PlayStation 3.

    "We’re confident that the PlayStation Vita will be the first device to truly blur the lines between entertainment and real life," Hirai said.

    Source: MSNBC ...
    by Published on June 7th, 2011 03:21
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    XCM Multi-Charger Plus
    Manufacturer: XCM
    Site: Buy from Play-Asia / Buy from Amazon
    Price: $64.95


    Overview : Unlike another brand of multi-charger, XCM Multi-Charger Plus is compatible with PS3™ controllers, PlayStation Move controllers, Sony PSP™ Slim & Lite, PSP™, PSP™ Go, Xbox 360™ controllers, NDS™, NDS™ Lite, NDSi™, Nintendo 3DS™, iPad™, iPad 2™, iPhone™ 3G, iPhone™ 3GS, iPhone™ 4 and many other USB devices.

    Features :
    • PlayStation Move and Navigation controller charging ports
    • 4 USB ports
    • Supports any USB 5v input

    XCM Multi-Charger Plus can be used on the following :
    • PS3™ Move and Navigation controllers (2 sets)
    • PS3™ DualShock and Sixaxis controllers
    • PSP™ series (1000-3000 series and PSP™ Go)
    • iPhone™ series (iPhone 2G, 3G, 3GS and 4)
    • iPad™ series (iPad™ and iPad 2™)
    • NDS™ series (DS, DS Lite, DSi and 3DS)
    • Xbox 360™ controllers
    • and all devices that supports a 5v USB input such as Android devices (phones/tablets), Blackberry™, iPod™, mobile devices, MP3 players and many more!

    Includes :
    • PSP Slim/Go USB cable
    • DS Lite/DSi USB cable
    • 3DS USB Cable
    • iPod/iPad/iPhone USB Cable
    • US/Mexico/Canada AC plug
    • UK AC Plug
    • Australia/New Zealand AC Plug
    • Asia/Europe AC Plug

    Quality/Usability : XCM Multi-Charger Plus is an update to XCM's popular Multi-Charger. I was a huge fan of the original multi-charger and used it everyday. Finding an available USB plug or without having to turn on a computer can be hard and cumbersome. Especially when you have other electronic devices that uses USB ports to charge.

    The back has a port to plug in the AC 100-240v cable. The front contains four USB ports...the same amount found on its predecessor. But what makes this different from the original is that on the top of the charger, there are four round ports. These four ports allows you to insert two PlayStation Move controllers and two PlayStation Move Navigation controllers. Each port has its own LED. LED turns red when its charging and green when its completely charged. The base also lights up with a blue LED accent. What's also cool is that the rim around the PlayStation Move ports also light up blue.

    Charging USB devices takes about the same if you were to charge them through the wall with a normal USB cable or its original AC adapter.

    The Multi-Charger Plus measures 7.5" inches (L) x 1.75" inches (H) and about 4.5" inches (D). Just like the Multi-Charger, included are four AC plugs (Europe/Asia, USA/Mexico/Canda, Australia/New Zealand, UK). The plugs are short in length so you will not be able to place it on a table or next to your computer. Wires measure about 16 inches long from tip of plug that inserts into XCM Multi-Charger Plus to the base of AC plug (not the prongs). Also included are four USB charging cables (iPod/iPad/iPhone, PSP, NDS, 3DS). You do not have to use the included cables if you already have USB cables that came with the devices. I highly suggest using what you already have.

    Conclusion : Overall, the XCM Multi-Charger Plus worked great! I was glad that XCM still included the four USB ports with the ability to charge PlayStation Move controllers. However, the length of the AC power cable is still short. If you want to use the XCM Multi-Charger Plus, you'll have to keep it on the ground and very very close to the wall outlet unless you have it connected to an extension cord. This was one of my pet-peeves and XCM has disappointed me. The price point is also about the same as the original and is a bit high. Two of the highly used USB ports, micro and mini USB is not included. It would of been nice if they included these since its used on cellphones and PS3/Xbox 360 controllers.

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    by Published on May 29th, 2011 22:58
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    Well its been a busy few days since Martin upgraded not only the server but upgraded the forum to the latest version of Vbulletin and installed many new security features, hopefully this will stop the hacking that has done damage to the name of DCEmu.

    The last few days i have been posting like crazy and now we are back up to date and what a month it has been, if you follow the PSP, DS and Wii scenes you have seen so many new releases, infact i havent seen so much activity in a long time and some genuine great releases, the weeks away has really renewed my passion for homebrew.

    One thing i am going to do is bring back the old sites for archive purposes so that releases especially older ones can be found easy, there are thousands of pages on those sites that form a major history of the site and whilst the new CMS is great theres a need to be able to relive those releases, that is my next task and an ongoing one until they are all online.

    Over the last 4 days i have posted literally hundreds of news items and a couple of hundred Homebrew releases, so if you havent yet then check the forums to catch up on releases you may not have seen before.

    The Homebrew scene seems to be coming out of a dark period where homebrew was just linked to piracy and its good to remember that Homebrew is and never wil be the same as piracy.

    Long Live DCEmu and The Homebrew Scene,

    thanks for your time

    wraggster ...
    by Published on May 3rd, 2011 21:28
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    XCM XFPS Commando for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 & PC
    Manufacturer: XCM
    Site: Buy from Play-Asia / Buy from Amazon
    Price: $99.90


    Overview : The XFPS Commando is designed for First Person Shooter games. Different from our previous XFPS adapter versions, this device is designed to be used with our own mouse and controller. It is compatible with Xbox 360™, PS3™ and PC. It features a wireless design, faster moves 180° across the scene, compatible with Xbox 360™ headset, sensitivity adjustment, etc.

    Features :
    • Compatible with all versions of Xbox 360™ and Xbox 360™ Slim, PS3™ and PS3™ Slim, PC
    • Compatible with Xbox 360™ Wired Headset
    • Compatible with the latest PS3 firmware
    • Consist of 2 devices: XFPS mouse and controller.
    • Instant Plug and Play (no need to connect to PC)
    • Wireless design
    • Ideal for use with all FPS titles
    • Super high sensitivity precision and smoothness
    • Move 180° across the scene faster
    • Built-in auto-fire function

      *You MUST use a wired Xbox 360™ controller. XFPS Commando will NOT work with wireless Xbox 360 controller Play & Charge Kit.

    Quality/Usability : The XFPS Commando mouse and controller each require a AA size battery. If the receiver does not have power for more than 1 minute or if no buttons on the mouse/controller were pressed for more than 3 minutes, the mouse and controller will enter into standby mode for saving power. It's suggested that if you're not using the XFPS Commando for a long period of time, please take out the batteries. On the mouse itself, there is a ON/OFF switch but the controller did not have one.

    Using on PS3™/PS3™ Slim:
    1. Plug XFPS Commando receiver USB plug (1) into the PS3™/PS3™ Slim console and the receiver indicator (2) will light up and change colors between red-green-blue (in rotation).
    2. Switch on the power and press the START button. The indicator will light up.
    3. Press the XFPS Commando controller GUIDE button and the indicator is ON.
    4. Now the XFPS Commando will now be connected to the PS3™/PS3™ Slim console.
    5. To connect a PS3™ controller to the XFPS Commando, connect PS3™ controller with USB cable to XFPS Commando receiver USB port and the indicator will change to BLUE and will brighten. If pressing the PS Home button on PS3™ controller, you can use the PS3™ controller instead of the XFPS Commando (mouse and controller). If you want to change back to using the XFPS Commando, simply press the GUIDE on the XFPS Commando (controller) or unplug the PS3™ controller and it will go back to the XFPS Commando’s function.

    Using on Xbox 360™/Xbox 360™ Slim:
    1. Plug XFPS Commando receiver USB plug into the Xbox 360™/Xbox 360™ Slim console and the receiver indicator will light up and change colors between red-green-blue (in rotation).
    2. Switch on the power and press the START button. The indicator (14) will light up.
    3. Press the XFPS Commando controller GUIDE button and the indicator is ON.
    4. To connect a Xbox 360™ wired controller to the XFPS Commando, connect Xbox 360™ wired controller to XFPS Commando receiver USB port, the indicator will change to GREEN and will brighten. Now the XFPS Commando is connected to the Xbox 360 ™/Xbox 360™ Slim console.
    5. If pressing the GUIDE button, you can use the Xbox 360™ wired controller instead of the XFPS Commando (mouse and controller). If you want to change back to using the XFPS Commando, simply press the GUIDE on the XFPS Commando (controller) or unplug the Xbox 360™ wired controller and it will go back to the XFPS Commando’s function. (Note: The XFPS Commando must be used with Xbox 360™ wired controller. No Play & Charge Kit.)
    6. To use the PS3™ controller, you have to use the Xbox 360 wired controller and follow the steps of 6-4 then unplug the Xbox 360™ wired controller, the XFPS Commando takes the function, now plug in the PS3™ controller , the XFPS commander receiver indicator turns GREEN and brighten, press the PS key on PS3™ controller, you can use the PS3™ instead of the XFPS Commando (mouse and controller),if you want to change back to the XFPS commando, simply press the GUIDE on the XFPS Commando (controller) or unplug the PS3™ controller, it will go back to the XFPS Commando’s function.

      Note: When using the Xbox 360™ wired controller, you must use Xbox 360™ headset for Live playing.

    Using on PC:
    1. Plug XFPS Commando receiver USB plug into the PC and the receiver indicator will light up and change colors between red-green-blue (in rotation).
    2. Switch on the power and press the START button. The indicator will light up.
    3. Press the XFPS Commando controller GUIDE button and the indicator is ON
    4. Now the XFPS Commando is now connected to the PC.
    5. When using the XFPS Commando on PC, the XFPS Commando receiver USB port function will be sealed off. You will not be able to connect a PS3 or Xbox 360 controller.

    I must admit, I suck when it comes to FPS when using the analog sticks on a controller. Once I start shooting, I have poor control over my aim and spray bullets everywhere. However, I do better when it comes to aiming a physical device such as a gun or using a mouse to point and click (BTW, I don't play PC games). The movement of the mouse feels fairly smooth compared to recent attempts at a keyboard/mouse adapters. During my testing, I did not notice any dead zones. This is what we all look for as we don't want to play a game and the pointer jumps or skips and you're unable to kill your foe. The mouse is configurable. If the mouse movement is too slow or too fast, you can simply adjust the sensitivity of the mouse by holding the RC/R3 button and using the or to increase or decrease sensitivity, respectively.

    The fact that it is a 'plug and play' is a big plus. No keyboard/mouse setup is required neither is a computer needed. Commando is very straight forward...plug and play! However, a wired controller MUST be used. You can not use a Play and Charge Kit. You can use 3rd party controllers such as MadCatz, Hori, Gamestop branded controllers and many more. Just make sure to hold onto the receipt incase these controllers don't work. Officially licensed Microsoft Xbox 360 controllers work without a problem. I myself used a MadCatz controller that I bought off eBay for cheap just the use of activating any XCM adapters.

    Two 180° buttons located where a scroll wheel would be on a normal mouse. Would be nice to have a horizontal mouse so gamers can scroll which direction they want to go 180°s. Is it faster than the controller? No. The speed is the same as if you were to turn using the joystick. Regardless whether there is one or two 180° buttons, the location is in a bad location. In order to reach the bottom 180° button, you have to take your hand/fingers off the mouse just to be able to press the button. What makes it worse is that the RC/R3 button is between both 180° buttons. Depending on the game, you may accidentally press the button and causing you to lose. For instance, in Call of Duty, RC/R3 is the melee button and just when you want to melee your opponent, you press the 180° button and you end up turning around. There goes your surprise attack. You also can not program any of the 180° buttons.

    XFPS Commando has 8 Turbo/Rapid Fire switches. The speed of Turbo/Rapid Fire is 20 shots per second. Note: Turbo feature does not work on PC.

    If you want to do a custom setting for the Xbox 360™, you will need to connect a Xbox 360™ wired controller to the XFPS Commando receiver and switch the DEFAULT/SET button to SET. For instance, you want to set the "A" button on Xbox 360™ wired controller to the "B/●" button on the mouse of XFPS Commando. First, press the "P" program switch, the program indicator changes to RED and will brighten. Now press the "A" button on the Xbox 360™ wired controller and wait until the Receiver Program indicator flashes, then press the "B/●" key on the mouse. The "Program LED indicator" will stop blinking. Your programming is completed. All programming will be saved on the XFPS Commando even if the device is disconnected and turned off. There is no need to reprogram your custom configurations on the next usage. *Custom configurations do not work on PC.

    To clear/reset your custom configurations, press the "P" program switch, the program indicator changes to RED and will brighten. Now press the mouse "B/●" key and the function on "B/●" key is now set back to default. To erase all programmed configurations on your XFPS Commando, simply press the "P" button for 3 seconds until the Receiver Program indicator stops blinking.

    There are only a couple of buttons that are not programmable:
    • Mouse: Mouse movement (Up, Down, Left, Right), 180° buttons
    • Commando Controller: Guide/ button and directional buttons.

    Lots of Xbox 360 gamers who purchased any of XCM's prior XFPS line that uses mouse and keyboard, have been wanting to use wired headsets and there is only one other product that allowed you to (XCM XFPS Live). With the XFPS Commando, since the Xbox 360 controller is connected to the receiver, you are able to use a wired headset. Your comments and suggestions has been answered!

    Of all the XCM products we have reviewed, this may have disappointed me. The quality of the plastic and its construction felt cheap. It doesn't mean it will fall apart or break. It just felt cheap in the hands. The d-pad and buttons on the left hand controller felt mushy. The d-pad didn't have that normal feel found on the PS3 controller. For the suggested retail price of the product, I would have liked to see a bit more quality in the plastic. So as long it works, that's all it matters...I guess.

    But what I do like is the fact that the XFPS Commando is upgradeable. You can download the latest updates from XCM here (Windows only). With the latest update 1.2, you are able to use the left analog stick on the Commando controller to function as a Sixaxis by using the analog stick only as Sixaxis controller (Mode 1), analog stick as Sixaxis controller and XY tilt function (front, back, left, right - Mode 2), or analog stick only as XY tilt function (Mode 3). Personally, when it comes to emulating Sixaxis controls, I prefer not to use it as I feel its a gimmick. Note: This works ONLY on games that support Sixaxis controls.




    Conclusion : Overall, the XCM XFPS Commando is a "modern" version of a mouse and keyboard. You still have the mouse for aiming and such but the nunchuk now replaces what you would normally do on a keyboard. While the XFPS Commando has a cheap plastic construction feel, the product is still sturdy. The ability to reprogram buttons is a plus as everyone has their own preferred setup and configuration. The multiple 180° buttons is unnecessary and the location is a bad choice and you also can not reprogram the 180° buttons. The wired headset support for the Xbox 360 is a nice addition as not everyone owns a wireless headset or want to go out and purchase one. If there is any updates to the XFPS Commando, it is upgradeable. Unfortunately, the price may deter some potential buyers as it is a bit high.

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    by Published on April 30th, 2011 02:37
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    We got video of how to use the new XCM Cross Battle Adapter 2.1 on your PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
    Cross Battle Adapter 2.1 (now works with WIRELESS Xbox 360 controller)

    The Cross Battle Adapter 2.1 is an adapter for you to connect your WIRELESS Xbox 360™ controller to your PS3™/PS3™ Slim console.

    Function and feature:
    - Supports WIRELESS Xbox 360 controller on a PS3™/PS3™ Slim console*
    - Built-in Auto fire function
    - Supports Rumble
    - To use WIRELESS Xbox 360 controller with built-in Auto fire function on Xbox 360™ console, you MUST use a WIRED Xbox 360 controller in order for adapter to be recognized**

    *NOTE: Xbox 360™ PC Wireless Gaming Receiver must be required.
    **NOTE: WIRED Xbox 360 controller must be required. No Play & Charge Kit

    You can purchase the adapter from Play-Asia. In search for Xbox 360 PC Gaming Receiver or Gaming Receiver with controller? Take a look at these links

    Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver ONLY:
    Amazon (OEM white) - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...SIN=B000HZFCT2
    Amazon (OEM black) - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...SIN=B0032A0RBC
    Amazon (white) - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...SIN=B003WFYZCY
    LighTake (black) - http://www.lightake.com/detail.do/sku.28035~C.IOOAM102312010ANEWC
    LighTake (gray) - http://www.lightake.com/detail.do/sku.28519~C.IOOAM102312010ANEWC
    LighTake (clear) - http://www.lightake.com/detail.do/sku.34559~C.IOOAM102312010ANEWC
    LighTake (white) - http://www.lightake.com/detail.do/sku.34558~C.IOOAM102312010ANEWC
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    LighTake (green) - http://www.lightake.com/detail.do/sku.34187~C.IOOAM102312010ANEWC
    LighTake (blue) - http://www.lightake.com/detail.do/sku.34186~C.IOOAM102312010ANEWC
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