So I decided to install PCSX-Emulator and play some Final Fantasy VIII. I have a Mid-2010 iMac and OS X 10.8.3. I was tempted to buy a 3rd party PS gamepad but then I remembered that I have a Microsoft X360 Wireless Controller (for Windows) that I've used to play the Arkham-games in Win 8. I did a little research and managed to connect it to OS X via Tattiebogle-driver. In PCSX-E Preferences I configured the keys of the controller and everything went fine. Unfortunately a problem occured when I played FF8 which made playing it difficult. I started noticing it when the X-key wouldn't always work (in the beginning of the game you have to hit it constantly to get the dialogue moving forward). I then noticed that it would work perfectly when I held the L2+R2 triggers down. When I got to the first battle, the characters kept on escaping from the battle screen (in the game, this is done by holding the aforementioned triggers down). The problem is that I didn't push any key. So it seems that for some reason the 2-triggers are stuck. I tried reconfiguring the gamepad, disconnecting everything (including the wireless receiver) and even installing ControllerMate demo, but nothing worked. I've heard that people have been able to use this controller in OS X so could this problem result in the fact that I'm using an XBOX controller with a PS-game. Should I just buy a 3rd party wired PS controller (Deal Extreme's got some cheap ones) to ensure compatibility? Or could there be a way to get the triggers unstuck?