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    Default Can I use any gamepad with the citra,cemu and or dolphin emulator

    This is the gamepad I have http://genesis-zone.com/en/product/p65-gamepad-2/ so can I use it to run those emulators or is there a program that enables me to use it instead of my keyboard?.

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    Yup.


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    can you explain in more detail do I need a third party program or can I just enable the gamepad within the settings of all three of those emulators?

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    Yes you'll have to set your buttons for each emulator and in the case of Dolphin multiple different types of controllers per various games. Might take a few minutes but I don't see that controller being an issue in of itself.


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    The 8bitDo controllers are cool and works fine with any emulator. I tried with the Dolphin and works fine... just get a Procontroller

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    im using a third party xbox one controller for dolphin.

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    If a controller can be connected to the PC (through USB or wirelessly), you should be able to use it with emulators. Simple as that. And you can map them any way you want, too, through the emulator itself or using programs like Joy2Key or Xpadder.

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    As far as I know you can use microsoft controllers (xbox one/360) and also Nintendo Gamecube and wii controllers, for the gamecube one you need a adapter (cheap on amazon; i use mayflash brand.) Just watch youtube videos, they are most helpful!

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    This is the gamepad I have http://genesis-zone.com/en/product/p65-gamepad-2/ so can I use it to run those emulators or is there a program that enables me to use it instead of my keyboard?.

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    I'm about to download Citra and this came just useful for me too. Thanks!

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