5 Best Gamepad Of 2014 For PC That Doesn’t Suck

Compared to Xbox and Play Station, PC has many low-quality third-party peripherals that mimic but rarely live up to the console pads they mimic. With such a wide variety to choose from, we’ve looked into more than 20 gamepads and pick out 5 best gamepads for pc worth buying.

5 Best Gamepad Of 2014 For PC Worth Buying

1. Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows

Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows

The Xbox 360 Wireless Controller is small enough to hold comfortably in your hands, with easy access to all the buttons. Unlike the PlayStation 3’s DualShock controller and gamepads that have been influenced by that design, the dual analog sticks on the Xbox 360 pad aren’t aligned horizontally. Instead, they’re placed in a far more natural position that makes long gaming sessions more bearable.

2. Sony DualShock 3 PS3 Controller

Sony DualShock 3 PS3 Controller

Unlike the other gamepads we’ve tested here, the Sony DualShock 3 PS3 controller doesn’t officially support PC compatibility. So why is it included? Well, there are a number of unofficial drivers you can download that enables your PC to interact with the controller.

3. Thrustmaster Ferrari Wireless F430 Gamepad

Thrustmaster Ferarri Wireless F430 Gamepad

The Thrustmaster Ferrari Wireless F430 Gamepad is attractive. This Gamepad features Dual progressive triggers, an Optical wheel with auto-centering and Fully programmable

4. Trust GXT 28 

Trust GXT 28 gamepad for pc and ps3

The Trust GXT 28 is closely modeled on Sony’s Dual Shock 3 gamepad, though unlike the Razer Onza Tournament Edition adaptation of Microsoft’s design, the GXT 28 does nothing to improve an established gamepad style. This gamepad for pc and ps3 is lightweight and feels hollow, but the buttons do feel nice and responsive and give a satisfying click with every push. Each thumbstick also feels good to use, with the right amount of resistance.

5. Logitech Gamepad F310

Logitech F310


The Logitech F310 gamepad has a sturdy design and is compatible with nearly any PC game. It is missing vibration feedback, which may be a deal breaker for some, but its dual-analog joysticks and pressure-sensitive triggers make it a great choice for many games. This gamepad for pc by Logitech has 10 programmable buttons and customizable with profile software.