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There is no doubt that any game is always supposed to be played with a gamepad or gamestick, because that’s much more comfortable than using any kind of keyboard. But the fact is that many PC games don’t support a gamepad at all. In this case, a lot of players maybe think of the old but classic gamepad software JoyToKey or Xpadder, which uses a game controller to simulate/map the keyboard and/or mouse operations, in order to play any PC or video games on a computer. However, their functions are a bit weak and barely satisfactory.