Gravis Xterminator Force Feedback Game PadRich Brown
For force feedback to work, you need an analog control device so the motors push and pull in response to the game's cues. The Gravis Xterminator Force Feedback Game Pad is the first game pad with force feedback, but it's essentially a worthless achievement. To house the inner workings, the controller is about one-third too big. And the clunky analog directional control is a motor-driven trackball. Thanks to a poorly designed, hard-to-grip thumb button, the game pad is cumbersome to use, even when the Precision feature is turned on.