Hey, first time visitor from /k/ with a hardware question. So I'm on the ol' X360 playing some Skyrim as my favorite controller starts giving me lip. The left stick loses sensitivity when pressed forward; even pressing fully, my guy barely walks. Is this potentially fixable and if so, how? Or am I grabbing a new one on Amazon tonight?
Picture unrelated, an Israeli Name heavy armored personnel carrier armed with a 30mm autocannon.
I will bump this with assorted militaria for an answer.
This is an Enhanced Sea Sparrow Missile, or RIM-162 ESSM. It's a naval mid-range air defense missile, designed to shoot down planes, but mostly sea-skimming anti-ship missiles, at 27 nautical miles, or 50 kilometers.
This is the Eurofighter Typhoon, a popular European multi-role fighter. It's suited for both air-to-air and air-to-ground missions, and is generally considered among the best of the 4.5th generation of fighter jets, populated by refinements of designs and technologies established in 4th generation designs like early F-16s, but coming short of more sophisticated 5th generation planes like the F-22 and F-35, Chinese J-20 and J-31, or Russian T-50. It is used primarily by the UK, but also with other Euro nations.
DD waiting for you all excited is the best part of that game.
This is a German Puma infantry fighting vehicle. It's equipped with a 30mm automatic cannon fed by a 400 round mix of cover-defeating programmable airburst shells and armor-piercing sabot rounds, as well as Israeli Spike anti-tank missiles. It also makes use of AMAP, a common modular armor system that can provide the 31 ton vehicle an additional 12 aproximate tons of additional protection, making it as heavy as some lighter tanks. The armor defends the 3 man crew and six passengers against 30mm cannon rounds to the front and sides, 14.5mm rounds on all angles, as well as against medium-sized shaped-charges fired by man-portable antiarmor weapons.
sadly it just isn't worth it to try and fix controllers op
even despite their fucking outrageous overpricing. like holy shit wireless controllers (probably not for 360) cost as much or nearly as much as a goddamn game. bullshit i tell ya
You may not need a replacement part. I don't know how those things are built but I had a similar problem with my flight stick, I took it apart cleaned the insides up and put it back together and suddenly it was working fine again. Maybe take it apart and look around first?