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Which makes the most sense?
A B X Y
Left to right alphabetical
Easy to understand and say, no drama over how to pronounce arbitrary symbols
>Left to right alphabetical
X should be Greek Delta aka triangle then
Relative to angle your thumb you fucking little squirt.
>basic shapes that every 5yo knows
So why not ABCD?
c and d stand for cock and dick so that's gay
If you scramble ABXY you can write "BYXA", that sounds the same as "fag" in heuhehuzilian Portuguese. That's also gay...
But Portugal bros will just read it as "line" (of persons, cars, etc.).
Segafags on suicidewatch
Because then you'd really feel like a child for playing videogames.
you fucked up
Why not ACDB? Why are you going counter-clockwise?
This. I like my Switch but the layout is weird, especially since B is still usually jump in most Switch games.
>no drama over how to pronounce arbitrary symbols
Who in the history of gamin has ever been confused about the face buttons on a PS? The only one that even has an alternative name is "X" since you can say "Eks" (Western) or "Cross" (Japanese), but everyone knows that both of those refer to the same button.
It's a lot easier and more efficient to say ABXY instead of square X triangle circle so the PS layout is dumb.
So having words longer than one syllable is dumb? Weird take.
From a design standpoint? Absolutely. It's not like you're gonna score higher on any IQ tests by remembering the PS layout.
>Easy to understand and say, no drama over how to pronounce arbitrary symbols
Even a retard knows they’re cross, square, trangle, zero.
Wait… it’s not pyramid?
pyramids need to have a base, since is in 2d it has no direction on its own, so it has none
>Bottom to top
This is why it will always be garbage
Square triangle circle ecks
>no drama over how to pronounce arbitrary symbols
I'm sorry, what are you talking about? Who is pulling their hair out over "triangle, circle, square, cross"
the xbox reshuffle of the nintendo design is just retarded
the playstation one is good because symbols are much more intuitive than just reshuffling the thing and calling it your own
The Xbox reshuffle is the most logical of the three, and only mathlets will disagree.
X on X axis. Y on y axis. Xbox one.
Nintendo's A and B
XB X and Y
(nintendo is the standard but x on the x axis and y on the y axix is just more intuitive)
Playstation just works perfectly as it is
The Nintendo ones are not axis. They're just letters. The order is alphabetical, starting in A and rotating clockwise you get A, B, Y, X. The Z buttons are relegated to the secondary L and R buttons, usually the triggers.
Notice that on the N64 there were 4 C buttons, on the GC there was a C stick and on the Wii there was a C shoulder button.
With Nintendo it's always been alphabetical except for the Wii's 1 and 2 buttons.
>The order is alphabetical
>A, B, Y, X
>the xbox reshuffle
Dreamcast did it earlier, zoomer retard.
ur moms box lol
The Nintendo way. It's been like that since NES and I grew up with it.
You only gonna get my opinion > your opinion here.
There is no right answer.
>The image shows 3 games
>Two are Fromsoft games, one of which is a remake where the original can be played on PC
>The other can also be played on PC
The absolute state of Snoy's "exclusives"
Looks like it's 2v1 here xbabs.
gamecube had better buttons
the pain of the people posting ps2 cheat codes on gamefaqs and having to use those symbols instead of pressing one key on the keyboard
It's just alphabetical order you retard.
>It's just alphabetical order you retard.
>ABYX is alphabetical
it's ABXY retard, and yes that is alphabetical order.
>and yes that is alphabetical order
Why isn't ABCD retard?
nta but you gotta be fucking shitting me, FIRST two letters of the alphabet and LAST two letters of the alphabet, are seriously so fucking dense that you didn't get that?
>X and Y
>last two letters
I can't wait for Legend of Yelda: Tears of the Kingdom next year!
this is it. we just need bing, wahoo, and swish, uraaaaah buttons.
You're complicating matters - the only buttons need are Start and Doug.
>no Faster button
anon you aren't confusing alphabetical order with the alphabet are you? that would be embarrassing...
In what world do you live where the alphabet is read right to left, bottom to top, diagonally?
you're thinking of nintendo not xbox retard, stop embarrassing yourself.
>confirm, cancel, menu, camera
What does the Doug button do?
What does the Faster button do?
I love this game because you can Doug when it's Dougin' Time.
Symbols are objectively better because there's not 3 competing standards on where the letter A is supposed to go.
However I will concede that letters make discussion about inputs and movesets much easier to talk about online.
Nintendo uses Japanese format of bottom to exit, right to confirm. Xbox uses western format of bottom to confirm, right to exit. That's why A and B are switched. Meanwhile "press X to attack" just feels more natural than "press Y to attack". So I'd say Xbox, and that's as someone whose first console was SNES.
Nintendo because the SNES did it first. No reason to change it.
Why are they so retarded?
Why do japanese use O and americans X?
And why was it changed then to triangle?
jps use red circle and blue cross as symbols for yes and no, like correct and incorrect and stuff
in the west red is usually for negative and blue for positive and they thought westerners were too retarded to adapt (which is probably a good assessment)
I remember the triangle being used for NO
some games yea, don't ask me what the logic behind that was, I guess it was just because it was the opposite button from X idk
that was only in very specific japanese games
almost always the blue cross was no
Im european and can tell that every ps2 i remember used triangle as a no button
Nintendo but Sony had the best looking buttons before they removed the colors
All three are good, but as for the shoulder buttons, Xbox is the clear loser.
I'm definitely all for the nintendo layout, but I really really hate how the newer controllers refer to the shoulder buttons as ZL and ZR. For once I think Sony had it right with Its R1/R2 and L1/L2 scheme.
For face buttons, Nintendo should be the standard simply because they were the ones to set that standard in the first place. PS was easy enough to learn, but it difficult to relay verbally. They set a good naming convention for L and R as well. Xbox feels like they went out of their way to be confusing in every aspect.
>Xbox feels like they went out of their way to be confusing in every aspect.
They figured it out eventually. The worst one to me was when they tried that whole black and white button on the xbox hueg. I would def say as far as shoulder button labels go PS>xbox>Nintendo. Otherwise nintendo has the face buttons 100% right. Now if we can just get them to ditch these fucking share and screenshot buttons.
xbox is literally the dreamcast layout. xbox is a copy of the dreamcast.
Everyone concentrates on the face buttons but the real shitshow are the trigger names. Only sony uses a non-retarded scheme in this case. Fuck nintendo with their ZR nonsense.
it makes no difference to me the shape of the icons is all that matters
unless they fuck that up then there's no problem
Z was always at the bottom. It was same on Wii Nunchuck (currently Nunsneed)
Not on GameCube
The wii nunchuck was literally just taking out the center grip of an n64 controller.
Bumper and trigger makes sense, one acts like a bumper while the other functions like a trigger, on xbox controllers anyway.
moron what the fuck is a bumper? we ain't playin' pinball out here
A bumper is a thing made to bump against another object, in this case your finger. It doesn't act like the other buttons because it... bumps.. no it doesn't make a lot of sense
>For once I think Sony had it right with Its R1/R2 and L1/L2 scheme.
that makes no sense. that's by far the worst of them all. there's no indication what L1 or 2 or 3 even is. nintendo has ZL/ZR and you know Z is the trigger and L/R is left or right. xbox is easily the most sane approach because they call each button what it actually is. LB/RB is right/left bumper, RS/LS is right/left stick, LT/RT is right/left trigger. it's so simple. i remember being a kid and playing PS2 and couldn't for the life of me figure out what the fuck L3 was because there's no indication or marking for it. at least with something like press RS it's simple to understand right stick.
>nintendo has ZL/ZR and you know Z is the trigger and L/R is left or right.
Oh you're right anon, how silly of me to be confused by the placement of Z since that's how its always been. Oh wait...
I literally hate Sony's layout from its stick placement to its button labels, but even I'm willing to admit L1 and L2 makes way more sense than some newer button scheme that nintendo has been doing. I'm old enough to say I've been playing shit since the Atari 2600, so I've seen my fair share of controllers. ZR and ZL is fucking dumb. And even if it were to make sense, why isn't ZR and ZL on the top instead of on the triggers?
>complains about arbitrarily numbering the buttons L/R
>praises Z button - which is not arbitrary - because he knows it's in the bottom
>and even praises the letter soup that is L/R/ZL/ZR
I actually thought it was LZ and RZ from that confusing scheme.
>What would be the shoulder buttons? MARCO - POLO?
Genius, I'm going to manufacture third party controllers just to steal this idea
Godspeed, anon! Just make it real!
I HATE the xbox one controller because the shoulder buttons/triggers are so unconfortable to reach while holding the controller as intended. I always hit the button on accident when trying to hit the trigger.
i like shapes
A = advance, B = back, your thumb is always hovering around A and you advance through prompts more than you back out of things.
>your thumb is always hovering around A
stop biting your nails, its fucking disgusting.
I rarely do it these days but it just needs one stressful day to completely destroy them
>unironically using a mac and steam controller
It's pretty good.
Also the best choice for N64 games
The trackpad can be assigned like buttons so it's more like the N64 button layout which is better than using a stick for the C-buttons
it makes the most sense cause it allows me to carry out actions 1 through 4 and I can map them to whatever 4 actions I feel like I need the most in a game.
Nintendo is the most retarded. They bother using both X and Y and then put X on vertical axis and Y on the horizontal axis. The easiest to reach button should always be the confirm/interact button in the form of A. Sony tried to be different but I think O should be a check mark since it is approve while X is used to cancel. They should also be swapped.
I really think they just used the "read from right to left" thing Japanese guys do.
Either that or they see this as "your thumb comes from right to left" over the controller.
>and then put X on vertical axis and Y on the horizontal axis
Neither of them are on an axis, dipshit.
Nintendo's system, since that's the way it's been since 1990. If you're not going to use the same layout because of patents or whatever, then don't use the exact same goddamn letters. I occasionally play with an Xbox controller on my PC, but nowhere near often enough to overwrite thirty years of muscle memory.
>Playing games between PC and Switch.
why don't they do north/south/east/west? at least then you'd be able to remember which is which without memorization.
Europe alone would have like 20 different controller layouts
>why don't they do north/south/east/west?
Because then every television and monitor owned by every single person who owns the controller would have to be put on a north-facing wall. If any one person puts their television or monitor on any of the other three walls, the cardinal directions on the controller are now wrong. That's a stupid fucking idea. "North" doesn't just mean "whichever direction I happen to be facing forward; it is not a relative direction.
If someone doesn't properly align their television with the most optimal feng shui then it's their own fault.
>press the "N button!"
You know... I could live with that. Why don't you make this a thing, anon? What would be the shoulder buttons? MARCO - POLO?
What the N button does?
Many things, mostly magical, but if you post a close shot of it online you may get banned.
>left index finger on n
Do zoomers really?
I don't type like this, it's just for the pic. Neither I'm a zoomie.
Clean your keyboard
If you're talking about the X button, then Xbox because it's the only one that has it on its correct axis.
As an idort it pisses me off when the game I'm playing says something like "Press Y" and I'm having to look at the controller like a retard because it's always in a different place on every system.
Games need to just leave out the abstract A/B/X/Y icons altogether since they're never consistent from platform to platform, and just use an icon that indicates the button positioning like picrel.
Nintendo already does this and it confuses the shit out of my drunk friends in Mario Party
This is best but no one is going to undo the 20 years of fuckery
it's too late and western games are made by retards
A (green) = accept (green is associated with something positive)
B (red) = back (red is associated with something negative)
and the X and Y are for whatever else. the AB in ABXY is what makes the most sense of all the schemes.
Playstation is the best because it uses symbols instead of fucking letters
Overall the best design is the one you are most familiar with. People claiming certain designs are better cause "le X-axis is on the horizontal so smart!" don't realize nobody sits there reading there controller, taking the time to apply some logic to it. It is the same kind of people who praise Celsius because "bro it makes so much sense cause it is based on water boiling, so genius!!!" You see the familiar picture on the screen and it activates your muscle memory to press the correct location. It's literally that simple
this was and still is the best way to do it
shoutout to anyone who remembers when PSP homebrew did it the exact same way. circle was always affirmative and x was always "back", which is the opposite of how the actual PSP games liked to do it
it was the correct way
This layout was, in most cases, perfect for Nintendo exclusives... But clumsy for third party games.
Gamecube was really a Nintendo-playing machine and I loved it.
This will always be the correct answer, it even has a Z button on the shoulder symbolizing a forward direction in space.
literal toddler layout
>Which makes the most sense?
it makes the most sense cause it allows me to carry out actions 1 through 4 and I can map them to whatever 4 actions I feel like I need the most in a game.
both make sense
left to right
Isn't that just based on the order Direct Input sees the buttons when a DS3 is connect to windows?
only correct answer itt
None of them really make sense, it should be X Y Z W or A B C D.
You have never seen an educational institute from inside.
What do you mean?
For me it's the Xbox version
>X is on side like the x-axis
>Y is top like y-axis
>A is on bottom with B to its northeast, like reading left to right
I can see why Nintendo did B-A since Japan read right to left, but X and Y make no sense to me.
Playstation > Nintendo >>>>>>>>>> Microshit/Dreamcast
What symbol is on the button is fucking irrelevant. The worst shit about the layout is that nintendo feels extra special and always has to switch around the accept/decline button. We naturally develop muscle memory for controller input and thanks to nintendo we always have to be muscle memory schizos for the rest of our lives.
A was always the accept button. It was Sony who fucked everything up. They had it the right in Japan but they switched that for some retarded reason for the western release of PlayStation
I'm not retarded so it doesn't matter.
If you cannot learn both patterns, there is something wrong with your tiny little brain.
I've never understood the issue.
Bring back Roman nvmeral bvttons
What, unironically, were they thinking?
Clearly Xbone and I haven't owned an Xbox since 360
If you dont say Xbox you are a mentally ill zoomer chud who grew up with fortnite
should be 1 2 3 4
I can accept PS or Xbox as an answer but you have to be a turbo weeb to say nintendo. AB XY is the proper order of those letters, fuck all these japanese morons that can't even learn 24 letters.
>B > A (Nintendo) bad
>2 > 1 (Playstation) good
sounds like someone has a specific bias.
>2 > 1
I only see circle, triangle, square and x. I'm sorry for your eye disease.
>he doesn't know
Here's a hint: how many lines does it take to make each Playstation symbol shape?
If we are talking about pure autism then there is literally no other place for triangle than on the upper place. Literally none, it can't be anywhere else. Square and circle look best next to each other, theoretically their places could be exchanged though. And if these have to be next to each other then X needs to be at the lower spot.
Holy shit PS controller even has same button order as Super Nintendo but they still needed to change the accept button for the west.
THANK YOU HOLY SHIT SOMEONE ELSE FUCKING GETS IT. Xbox is the current outlier, not Nintendo.
I don't get why Japan doesn't use the the most easily accessible button (the bottom one) for "confirm".
no button labels. then there will be no argument about what they're called.
when the game wants to show you which button to press, it can show a picture of the controller with that button highlighted. maybe they could also blink an led inside the button on the controller.
This would probably be easier for newer players who are always looking at the controller and can't remember which button goes where.
I swear I've seen people give up on games forever when they ask a question, I tell them press the square button, they stare at the controller, turn it around, reading every button, and then they're still not sure which one it is.
Oh, the square button was actually this circular button with a square label? Not one of the 4 buttons that are actually square? How was I supposed to know?
Even the xbox has two x buttons.
The only disadvantage would be when talking about the games online.
>then there will be no argument about what they're called
What arguments? Who ever says anything other that Exs, Circle, Triangle, Square in English?
It’s cross and o (as in oh) for sure
Only Japanese people say Cross (same with video game titles with an X in it), and I have almost never heard Oh, so that's a really rare way to call it.
The what they're called argument is a non issue, no one is asking what the hell someone means when they say ex and pretty much everyone is going to say ex over cross and people who say otherwise are just trying to be different. Cross has more than one interpretation, it also looks like this, , while there's no confusion with ex, no one's going to be looking at their dualshock and thinking "wait, this has 45 degree angles, it can't be the ex he's referring to!"
playstation because symbols are easier to memorize than letters in random orders
here's an unambiguous and universal labeling system let's all switch to this for next gen
t. early 2000s PC gamepad manufacturers
>Unity developer Vietnam flashbacks
ive had a switch since it was a thing and an XBOX controller and i still call the buttons circle square triangle etc....
I will now teach you zoomers how to pronounce the ps buttons correctly
>the box is coochie
It should be XYZW Like a quaternion
I actually despise BAXY layout. Even playing on the DS took alot of "training" to stop pressing B instinctively to end conversations and switching to/from the different layouts is annoying. At least for the most part localizers for games, to their ONLY credit, make sure the button layouts aren't arbitrarily swapped.
I'd like to see something as simple as this.
Photoshop isn't my strength but you get the idea. Just move away from the shitty letters.
male, female, futanari, and neuter buttons
those are just buttplugs you homosexual
>okay little Jimmy
>you need to press arrow pointing where you want to go
>now there’s angry lookking nigglet!
>press the red buttplug to stomp him
Face buttons in programming is always referred to as "south, west, north, east" so yeah, why not just use that?
This is the mind of an retarded Xbox fanboy, amazing
they literally lack depth. x and y but no z.
>He doesn't GameCube
I like the symbols and colors of the PS controller.
Switch is completely soulless, I blame the retards over at NoA
>"The Super Famicom was maybe okay for the market in Japan. For the US, I felt that it was too soft and had no edge."
>change colors to purple and lavender
I don't get it
It's NoA, you don't have to understand.
Remember the whole Xenoblade localization thing?
>"It's too big to translate/localize!"
>game was already released in Europe in 16 languages and 23 dialects each
Then they made it a GameStop exclusive and limited the print numbers. They want everything not popular to fail, back then everyone only wanted to work on Mario or Zelda
Should've just gone with red buttons like the prototype SFC controllers if they absolutely had to ditch the 4 color setup for America. Maybe make the Y/X buttons burgundy red like the Gameboy buttons.
Well, we all know they changed it for a more "neutral" color scheme and probably wanted a "modern" looking console.
The concave buttons, though... They were big winners for me.
It's the most logical one
XBOX if you're autistic and PS if you have ADHD. No joke. If you're normal it doesn't matter, you memorize one or the other.
I used to swap between all 3 but with the gamecube controller
I always got fucking confused on what's what
Probably snoy just becaust shapes are universal symbols, while letters are not.
Outside of that, the x-bone one cause x is on the x axis, y is on the y-axis, and the confirm button is at the bottom.
I would personally prefer the X and B buttons switched though, so you can press either one without changing your thumb position-- having the main two buttons be aligned, and having the other two buttons be aligned just makes more sense.
It's just occurred to me that the placement of the letters are entirely down to the way each country reads. Microsoft has X then Y because we read left to right while Nintendo has B first then A because they read right to left. Sony's symbols win in terms of universal understanding though, the triangle (mountain) being at the top visually is more memorable than a random and arbitrary X or Y getting top billing and square and circle facing each other is also visually more intuitive than Y and A or X and B which don't follow on from each other at all. Who plays with a diagonal mindset anyway? I've always played crossways (up down, left right) which makes more sense given symmetrically it mirrors how you think about the d-pad.
Playstation is the only one to have unique identities for the buttons rather than forcing you to remember another position for the letters. It made sense why early controllers used letters or numbers but the PS1 just works better for the four button layout.
I like Playstation specifically because Nintendo and Xbox flip the letters. When I am switching between PC, PS5 and Nintendo I truly appreciate seeing PS buttons supported out the box when I play a game on Steam.
Nintendo, bad as they are now.
I will never forgive shitbox for inverting the nintendo controls and calling it a dat. FUCK YOU.
My bigger problem is how this has been enforced as THE standard for generic/default layout especially since Xbox has never won a generation.
But you don't have to tolerate it
the default control scheme can be changed by simply using steam input the only reason I don't change it because I'm lazy and not enough games make it a issue
360 + xinput on pc
But then the xbox had to ruin it by making the X blue unlike the dreamcast, and change the button style to be exactly like playstation from the xbone on (black button with colored letter).
I hated how the xbox controller buttons went from color full to just pure black for everything
yeah I used to be able to easily differentiate Xbox vs Nintendo button prompts with the colors vs monochrome, now it's even more confusing
Something about the modern color-on-black Xbox buttons (alongside Nintendo and nuSony's monochrome buttons) just looks so... soulless to me (sorry but that's the best succinct way I can describe the feeling I get). To put it simply, the modern button prompts all feel like they took a page out of modern website graphic design, or better yet, smartphone app design. Very simple 2-color affairs with either bright basic ROYGBIV colors or black/gray/white.
>classic Playstation icons had contrast but weren't usually bright and gaudy, due to their slightly subdued pastel colors
>classic Xbox/360 icons often looked like shiny baubles, being visually interesting
>Nintendo had their insane button shapes with the N64 and Wii, on top of somewhat distinctive colors and symbols/letter fonts
I think shapes is the right way to go as this easily defeats the association with certain buttons having the same name across multiple systems.
Having a system that is completely different and button prompts that are as clean and simple as the playstation ones is probably why i was such a huge fan (up until the ps4). The spacing of the buttons is right on nintendo and sony consoles but i think xbox buttons at times can be a little too close together, the steam deck face buttons are a little too small for my thumbs but they feel nicer than literally every official xbox controller i've ever held.
If i could have it my way every game console would just have their own retard way of naming buttons and every game would just have the option for custom button prompts that would just be inside of the controller's bios or something.
I could create this video game utopia if you gays would just give me money.
PlayStation ironically because you can't possibly get it mixed up with another controller (except X)
they retconned this to be called "cross" but i remember these morons in sly cooper saying ecks so i don't know what to believe anymore
It's 100% "ecks"
Xbox Xbox Xbox
Does the newer Xbox controllers contour different from the XBONE controller? I hate that I keep accidentally hitting the LB/RB when pressing the triggers due to the shoulder buttons being raised.
Won't buy another Xbox controller until I know that won't happen again.
Those with letters at least. Imagine saying "press the triangle, then press cross, then you press square two times and then you press circle". Lmao
>hurr durr nintendo set the standard
That argument is retarded because they have used a lot of different controllers. The last time before Switch they used the "standard" was SNES. Then they had different controllers: the N64 controller, then the Gamecube, then the Wii, and only finally returned to the normal ABXY layout during Switch. By the time of Xbox and 360, the Nintendo "standard" was no longer a standard because even Nintendo stopped using it.
These ALL used the BAYX format after the SNES and before the Switch.
That is the xbox layout, you got them backwards
not the main Wii controller
They used the SNES layout on the DS and 3DS
and at the very least they always put B to the left of A
nobody cares about handhelds
All of you are just deflecting from the obvious truth that by the time Xbox came around the "standard" was long gone already. To argue that Microsoft was wrong to do something else is absurd. Hell, Nintendo using different layouts for the N64 and Gamecube is almost proof itself that Nintendo felt like there were more intuitive layouts. This is shown by the fact that the A button is prominently positioned on both the 64 and Gamecube instead of simply being awkwardly on the right side of four buttons
>nobody cares about handhelds
154 million people might disagree with that. And what was Xbox's best performance, again? Half of that with the 360?
They should be
>They should be
Came to post that
Yet, you still got caught in my big net 🙂
THANKS FOR THE (YOU) KIND STRANGER!!!!
I'm a xboy but ps naming makes most sense
Layout-wise, SNES and PS at least follow the same convention of
so XB gets a knock for being the odd man out.
Will they ever make a pc controller with programmable button displays? Then you can set buttons to whatever you want.
That sounds like a nightmare for manufacturing and pricing, but god that'd be amazing.
Rounded buttons suck dick
The nintendo layout. Coz they did it first and if you're not a zoomer then that's what you'll be used to.
Congrats, you played yourself
Xbox layout is better than Tendie layout. PlayStation's is the best, shapes are better than letters and ooze soul.
PS had the best colors until they got rid of them.
Colors are for children.
Never played assassins creed on consoles, but on pc it had 4 action buttons displayed all the time in game with custom glyphs, and i think it showed them instead of abxy in tutorials?
you fucking retard even if it was moron layout it would be N I G R you stupid fuck what the fuck is nige?
N I G
G E R
Anyone who says Xbox/Dreamcast is a retarded moron or hand cripple who worries more about how their eyes look at the controller than the reflex from natural positioning and order from their right thumb.
but my thumb naturally goes to the bottom center. thats why i prefer xbox
It came first with SNES, so it should set the precedent. Only reason the other two cockfucks switched them or use symbols is to avoid lawsuit.
Nintendo should've forced Sony to move forward with the Nintendo Playstation so it would've set an industry standard.
>Nintendo should've forced Sony to move forward with the Nintendo Playstation
It would've been the other way around. Nintendo pulled out of the deal at the last second because they didn't think to read their contract with Sony or inquire into it until it came time to sign the damn thing, where they found that Sony was going to absolutely rape them on game royalties and IP usage rights if it went through.
what should Microsoft have picked instead of just rehashing Nintendo's labels?
Sega's 6-button layout (and not the offset tiny black/white buttons on Xbox OG, I mean a proper Genesis Arcade Pad/Saturn 6-button layout). I know they went off the Dreamcast layout partially due to their strong relationship with SEGA, but that just brings up the issue of the DC controller being a massive downgrade from the Saturn's.
Nintendo: A and X represents two rows positioned on the resting position of your thumb, as A is the lower row, next to it we have B, as X represents the upper row, next to it you have Y.
Playstation: Every button is a representation of context, Circle means confirm, X(cross) means cancel, square is a Menu and Triangle means top, usually used for First Person View in 3D games.
Xbox is just non-sensical copy of nintendo.
None of them. Everyone is picking purely based on association. It's all arbitrary shit and anyone that claims otherwise is a pretentious mongoloid gay.
You're all fucking underage anyway. Considering none of you gays even know that there's a fourth option.
The Xbox cause I'm more used to it
I choose da chinese button
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