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Is the logitech dual action game pad compatible with the following games, and do both the analogue sticks have 4 axis's with them (up, down, left, right) And also, is the Xbox 360 PC gamepad compatible with the following games and same question, do both its analogue sticks have 4 axis's with these games.

Battlefield 2142

Fable

COD4

Quake 4

Enemy Territory: Quake wars

Bioshock

Toca Race Driver 3

And please reply as soon as you can.

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*BUMP* god why is none replying

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Here's a post I found on another forum:
"The Dual Action is a HID-compliant controller and works without any extra software on the Mac. There are no fancy configuration utilities available, if that's what your looking for. However, a game that supports gamepads should pick it right up.

There's a commonly used utility called "Gamepad Companion" on the Mac - see Carvware Software or Apple - Downloads - Utilities - GamePad Companion - that allows configuration of buttons/axes.

Another, slightly more advanced and complicated utility called "Controller Mate" is available, too - Apple - Downloads - Utilities - ControllerMate
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You should search each individual game to find if they support gamepads or joysticks. Hope this helps
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