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11.21.2013 , 01:42 AM | #2
While I agree that native support would be the best, mapping controllers is a way that you can use 360/ps3 controller. Set one thumbstick to "wsad" for movement, the other for mouse up/down/left/right, and then other buttons for mouse clicks or whatever keys are used for abilities. You can also change the sensitivity of button clicks/ mouse movements. I use an application called xpadder to map my ps3 controller, and it works great with the flight in battlefront 2. Not ideal, and confusing to map at first, but definitely a viable option.