reWASD

    First and only gamepad mapper to make Xbox Elite paddles separate buttons. Works with Xbox Elite, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 controllers. It allows you to map gamepad to keyboard, mouse, and controller.

    • Windows
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    • 70
      70idrissaid reviewed reWASD
      The only thing ReWASD has got going for it is building a virtual controller out of two or more controllers. Other than that, it lacks even the basic options you find in other device remappers, like pressing a key for a set number of milliseconds. The interface, while pretty, is clunky and has frustrating limitations: you can map a sequence of actions to a button being pressed but not to a button being released for example. The program is split into sections, solely to make it look cheaper than other options like Xpadder at $9.99, but to get any comparable functionality, you have to buy addons which takes the price to double that of Xpadder (which is of course forgetting that the last version of Xpadder - which is still more capable at mapping keys - is available as a free download). Disapointed purchase. At double the price I assumed it would be at least as capable as Xpadder. I was wrong.
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      5 months ago
    • 70
      70idrissaid Upvoted a comment on reWASD
      Pointless waste of $20USD. This program is: - cut apart to nickel & dime you - badly made - unstable - obsolete post-steam - $20USD - redundant - sold by virus peddlers at Daemon 0/10 this app is absolute trashware. Avoid. All functions and more can be done with Steam for free.
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      5 months ago
    • 70idrissaid thinks Xpadder is an alternative to reWASD
      Much more flexible and much more control. Does things that ReWASD "hopes to do in the future" (from their own support forum).
      5 months ago