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Thread: Ever break a controller in frustration?

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    I once went through 7 PS2 controllers in a single year.

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    Yes, many snes controllers...

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    lol~ lucky for me, i have never break any controler ever~
    if ever i feel stressed up (like when beating Diablo FFVIII using Lv90+ chars or scratching ground looking for Chocobo's Treasure) i'll just stop playing~

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    I have never broken a controller myself. I do tend to put duct tape all over of the back of them to hold the wires down because it bugs me, so I'm stuck with sticky stuff all over but none that were broken. My son breaks them all the time though, he gets mad and drops them. I bought him 2 extra before I stopped and made him start buying them himself, lol.

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    No. I don't get mad very easily. The most I've done is drop my controller and turn the system off.

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    PS2 broken 。。。。。。。。

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    I have broken some when I play on hard difficulties

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    I've never broken any, but I've thrown a few!

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    Does almost breaking a computer screen count?

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    I remember days of Commodore. I was breaking joysticks in periods of 2-3 months. Now for gamepads my childreen have strong hands. I didn't break anything recently.

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    hahaha, almost, i was about to smash a ps3 controller against the wall, then i started thinking how much they cost, so i took a bitter swallow of saliva and just turned of the console

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    No i haven't i was smart enough to buy a nerf controller lol

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    I've never thrown my controller. The worst I've done was drop it. I usually take good care of my video games, because they are precious to me, and I want them to last as long as possible.

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    yes when i was younger i broke lots of nes controllers

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    Don't know if anyone remembers how fragile joysticks for the Atari were, but my brother and I went through those things all the time. I have a box with about 15 joystick that only work in three directions.

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