The Xbox 360 has seen some of its best games since the first-gen console’s release, but it’s not without its problems.
The latest issue has been plaguing gamers since the launch of the PS3 in 2006.
It’s been blamed on the way the console’s touch pad handles, but the reason it’s a problem is the fact that it’s in a completely different position than the PS2 and 3 controllers.
It doesn’t have a dedicated thumbstick and can’t use the shoulder buttons, unlike the PS4 and PS3.
That means the only way to play games is by holding down the DualShock 4 and using the XInput to control the gamepad.
Here’s how you can fix it.
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