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January 30th, 2011, 16:01
As I wrote I think that the childhood experience makes a difference, so yes I won't argue more, in general, but will just explain my feeling.

A gamepad means a very precise thumb control, and I just can't learn it to feel comfortable with diagonals or with precision.

For example a Joystick is clearly much better for few games like car driving and planes, but I have a precision with a Joystick I can't reach with a Joypad because of the smaller size and the thumb control.

Another example is with the digital pad, most of my fingers are used to handle the pad and the thumb needs do all. Use 3 to 4 fingers for movements is just much more easy and you don't lost more fingers, plus the keyboard offer you quite more keys very close and quickly reach.
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