Xbox One Controller Deals

By Stuart Andrews

Reviewed:

Matthew Bunton

June 17, 2013, 11:49 am

The best console controller just got refined further. I hope that there is a PC version released. The trigger feedback sounds like a good feature and could be cleverly used in many games. Thank goodness we will finally get a decent D-pad though I think that this is due to Nintendo's design patent finally expiring.

Dan T

July 15, 2013, 9:36 pm

Meh, having held both new controllers, I like the dualshock 4 better. The DS3 was far from perfect, but they have pretty much addressed all of the issues I had. Better triggers, better sticks (both in terms of shape and feedback) and better ergonomics. The sticks are more comfortable to use because they're slightly closer to the outsides and closer to the triggers. The D-pad has always been great on the dualshock controllers. So it's pretty much the perfect controller for me.

Guest

July 16, 2013, 8:00 am

Yeah, having held both new controllers, I like the Xbox One controller better. The DS3 was far from perfect and they still haven't addressed all of the issues. The Xbox One controller has better triggers, better sticks (both in terms of shape and feedback) and better ergonomics. The sticks are more comfortable to use because they're in the better ergonomic positions. The D-pad is now also better than on the DualShock controllers.
So it's pretty much the perfect controller for everyone as the Xbox 360 was alredy the perfect controller apart from the D-Pad.

/fixed that for you. The DS4 has useless features because $0ny had to remove the Eye to be able to undercut MS's price.

Guest

July 16, 2013, 8:01 am

They are one and the same version. The One controller simply plugs in with a USB cable (not the bulky one you see here because that is to prevent thievery from paupers) to the front and becomes a Wired (and PC) controller that way.

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