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There is a DDR Pad for the PSX, right? I'm not sure but I heard someone say so somewhere else. If there is a pad for DDR, would it be able to connect to the computer and would it be usable on some emulator?

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Originally posted by eli2k
There is a DDR Pad for the PSX, right? I'm not sure but I heard someone say so somewhere else. If there is a pad for DDR, would it be able to connect to the computer and would it be usable on some emulator?

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Why not go the easy way and get a DDR pad for PC? I have one, connects to the parallel port, and uses the DirectPad Pro drivers. Will be detected as a regular joystick/gamepad in Windows. The pad I have also has PSX connectivity, so you can use it on the PC and the PSX.

If you want to go the long way, get a DDR mat for PSX + PSX-to-USB converter...
 

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REALLLY they have a pad for the PC?! Did they produce a DDR game for the PC, too because I don't see a purpose for creating a DDR pad for the PC unless there is a PC version of DDR...hmmm...

-Eli
 
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