Excerpt: This is a great joystick, very sensitive/ insensitive depending on settings and your personal preferences. It is a wired joystick using a USB plugin with 11 buttons, a trigger and a very useful throttle, the base is also very wide which offers great stability when playing and the buttons can all be assigned to the user's preferences. It is great for use with aircraft simulation games, such as Microsoft flight simulator X, or air combat games like Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.
Excerpt: Logitech Attack 3 , a good joystick but not for the hardcore gamers. In my opinion this joystick is of good value, if it is priced under £25 however I believe that if it is anything over that price the quality does not match the price. The joystick has 11 buttons which can easily be programmed this is very convenient.
Pros: accurate stick, many programmable buttons, does not slip, works immediately out of the box
Cons: Throttle not that accurate, not that very robust, can ache your hand
Excerpt: Hi I have a logitech attack 3 and i found it perfect for combact flight simulator, very precise, exellent calibration and with immediate response, now does anyone knows if it is compatible with flight simulator x?
Excerpt: The Logitech Attack 3 Joystick is great fun to use. This joystick provides a very realistic effect to flight simulation video and PC games. It has 11 programmable buttons and a throttle slider which mimics cockpit flying. In use the joystick provides good control of game play and adds some nice features. A rapid fire trigger is integrated with the joystick making game play easier. The joystick can be used right or left handed with a PC or Mac.
In a diminishing market this is still an excellent product.
12 January 2009
Excerpt: There are two important features about the Logitech Attack 3. Firstly, it is one of the only joysticks you will see in shops today. Secondly, it is the best joystick I have ever bought (and I have bought a few.) These two things are connected. The markets has pretty much gone for Joysticks.
Excerpt: Logitech has always been providing its customer with good quality products at a great price. Attack 3 Joystick is another gift from Logitech. It features 11 buttons which are quite smooth and a throttle for adjustment. The trigger is great and is perfect for shooting the enemies in a matter of time and quite easily.
Excerpt: I bought this a while back and it has served me well with no problems and so is sturdy and very well built, unlike good looking but flimsy counterparts. There are numerouse problems though, there is no rudder button or a button to look around cokpit which is very frustrating. Also the joystick needs to be calibrated often to make sure it isnt out of place and your aircraft doesn't veer rapidly off to the left.
Pros: Looks Neat, sturdy, cheap, and from Logitech .
Cons: Needs calibrating often, no rudder or button to look around cokpit .
Excerpt: So I was in desperate need of a Joystick, and this was more of an impulse purchase. It has everything I needed...which was pretty much a joystick and trigger. Like most Game Controllers these days, the Joystick was plug-and-play, meaning it went straight into a USB port and was working without any driver of software.
Pros: Looks Good, Many Customizable Buttons, Small & Compact
Cons: Not The Easiest Throttle, Trouble Calibrating
Excerpt: I was going to wait until tomorrow to post this, and then I thought, "Why wait?"... and I couldn't think of a good reason, so here it is! ------------------------------------- The first thing you notice about the Logitech Attack3 joystick is its shape - it's very stylish and looks just like what you'd expect to by inside the cockpit of an F19 (or whatever).
Pros: Stylish, reliable, versatile, unbelievably quick to install, responsive
Cons: No HAT, throttle awkwardly positioned, occasionally need to reconfigure
Excerpt: (Sorry for the cliched title but it describes this joystick beautifully!!) The first thing you notice about the Logitech Attack3 joystick is its shape – it’s very stylish and looks just like what you’d expect to by inside the cockpit of an F19 (or whatever). The handle leans forward and it fits very comfortably and naturally into the hand, with the main fire button positioned beautifully.