Xbox One controller alternative

#1xixnoahxixPosted 8/15/2014 10:25:42 PM
I've been considering this http://controllermax.com/

But have only seen paid reviews on it.

There's gotta be some sort of input delay, but if it's negligible like <100ms, I might go ahead and get it.

I love the controller, the sticks are just too loosey goosey for me
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#2xixnoahxix(Topic Creator)Posted 8/15/2014 11:15:31 PM
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#3rwfan2cPosted 8/16/2014 12:10:22 AM
So wait.... Are you saying you would rather use the Abortion that is the Dual Shock? Or the 360 controller?

Also my only real issue with the One controller is odd shaped Triggers, still on the fence about how they feel.

Needs to be said i have only had a One for about 2 weeks.
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#4kyncaniPosted 8/16/2014 1:30:52 AM
Been considering it the other day as I'd rather play with the PS4 controller instead of the Xbox One controller.

But apparently you may need to plug the Xbox One controller at startup, configuration needs to be done from a PC.

All in all too inconvenient for my tastes.

I'll just deal with the Xbox One controller.
#5MK_GodPosted 8/16/2014 1:34:40 AM
Xbox one controller is near flawless imo. The only thing holding back for me is the L/R bumpers only click in on the outer sides. I always clicked in the inside on the 360 controller.
#6Cows Go HisssssPosted 8/16/2014 1:49:53 AM
MK_God posted...
Xbox one controller is near flawless imo. The only thing holding back for me is the L/R bumpers only click in on the outer sides. I always clicked in the inside on the 360 controller.


Watch this video on how to properly use the new bumpers. I hated them at first but then I learned I was using them wrong. After getting used to them, it cuts down the time it takes to go from triggers to bumpers.

http://youtu.be/RF-smJELJ4A
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#7Styrof0amPosted 8/16/2014 2:02:32 AM
xixnoahxix posted...
I've been considering this http://controllermax.com/

But have only seen paid reviews on it.

There's gotta be some sort of input delay, but if it's negligible like <100ms, I might go ahead and get it.

I love the controller, the sticks are just too loosey goosey for me

I was considering it as well, since no 3rd party have released their own XB1 controller yet.

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#8MK_GodPosted 8/16/2014 2:06:30 AM
Cows Go Hisssss posted...
MK_God posted...
Xbox one controller is near flawless imo. The only thing holding back for me is the L/R bumpers only click in on the outer sides. I always clicked in the inside on the 360 controller.


Watch this video on how to properly use the new bumpers. I hated them at first but then I learned I was using them wrong. After getting used to them, it cuts down the time it takes to go from triggers to bumpers.

http://youtu.be/RF-smJELJ4A


Good video
#9xixnoahxix(Topic Creator)Posted 8/16/2014 12:14:01 PM
rwfan2c posted...
So wait.... Are you saying you would rather use the Abortion that is the Dual Shock? Or the 360 controller?

Also my only real issue with the One controller is odd shaped Triggers, still on the fence about how they feel.

Needs to be said i have only had a One for about 2 weeks.


The 360 controller, the DS3 thumbsticks feel similar to the Xbox One which I don't like.
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#10xixnoahxix(Topic Creator)Posted 8/16/2014 12:15:30 PM
kyncani posted...
Been considering it the other day as I'd rather play with the PS4 controller instead of the Xbox One controller.

But apparently you may need to plug the Xbox One controller at startup, configuration needs to be done from a PC.

All in all too inconvenient for my tastes.

I'll just deal with the Xbox One controller.


Yeah I heard the setup gets a bit messy when you start using wireless, I dunno if the DS4 has a wired version, but I use a wired 360 pad for PC and 360 and it's apparently ready to go out of the box if you're using wired.
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