So, basically the "spinning camera" issue is pretty universal thing, but because it's so universal and is 99% of cases caused by controller of some sort, that's why I put it into controller article and simply linked from game specific articles and steam community discussions to controller article. And that is why first note was "if not used, unplug" as that's the most easiest way to fix the issue if you weren't going to use to controller to play that particular title. (though now that the title is changed, all those links are broken) In some scenarios it would also make menus scroll the menu items automatically (if assumed right stick is also used for menu item selection) or if game had literally zero deadzone on controller, that's why only calibrating may not help. That's why so specific titling as well as it's not exactly controller acting randomly, it's controller acting correctly but showing really specific behaviour with camera because of games controller detection and bindings. This however is problem with many many many titles and usually descriped as camera spinning issue (just google "steamcommunity camera spin" and you can get tons of results for tons of differend games) so that's why I also used it as SEO thing. Jims video was first one that came to mind to demonstrate the issue clearly without need to record footage myself, latest game that has tons and tons of complaings about camera spinning is Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist. I also somwhat disagree on removing points that why the issue happens and having x360ce mentioned as primarily fix (won't work at all in most scenarios, that's why it was last fixbox). Reason why I think wiki is good place for this kind of thing is for users to actually aknowledge why the issue is happening. "Do it exactly like this" is the youtube video/blogger approach which only leads to user relying on that singlurar, maybe worse/outdated fixing methods they saw/read about, instead of knowing why the thing happens, what the fix does and what to do if it gets broken/outdated. "Do it like this" is also the reason why so many sites and people still recommend MotionInJoy for PS3 controllers. E: Overall article does seem bit cleaner, even though first reaction to 100+ edits in couple days will be really intimidating.