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Fragfx Shark 360 - Xbox 360 Wireless Controller
|Price:||$145.37 & FREE Shipping|
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- · Play with the mouse on the XBOX 360* as you would do on a PC · · SixAxis support
- · Plug and Play · Full XBOX 360, PC and MAC support, either as a gamepad or mouse/keyboard control ·
- NEW 50h + play time · NEW 500h + power save standby 1 AA battery per unit (requires only 2 AA batteries per set - batteries not included)
- Fast access to special features (eg macro, rapid-fire, button swap, stick swap, etc.) * requires Official Licensed WIRED XBOX 360 controller to authenticate
- Brand new wireless 2.4 GHz technology · Easy in-controller setup (no more firmware updates required) · On the fly dead zone adjustment wheel
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The TL;DR (short) version: this is a great product for those who want better precision in their 360 games, without having to purchase and play on an entirely different gaming system (PC).
The Longer Version: I am not at all a competitive gamer. I've never played any of the Call of Duty games or their ilk. I;ve played a lot of console shooters on PS2, PS3, and 360, but early last year I custom-built a sweet gaming PC rig and haven't touched my beloved XBox games since. It hasn't been for lack of desire, but instead because after getting so used to the sheer precision of mouse-based aiming in PC games, playing shooters on consoles again was next to impossible for me. I just couldn't excel at them anymore.
I was hoping that this FragFX 360 would allow me to play those console titles again, without having to bust my pocketbook for a much more expensive product like the XIM3 or similar devices. When it arrived, I quickly set it up (the installation is really, really simple) and plugged it into my wired XBox 360 controller (I picked one up at a local shop for $20 on the way home from work). The basic controls are like a Wii nunchuck paired with a high-DPI gaming mouse. The mouse part is large, which makes me happy - too frequently I'll get mouse peripherals that are too small and uncomfortable for my Large American Man Hands. This fits very nicely under my hand in more of a wide-palm "cup" grip than a tighter "claw" grip.Read more ›
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I could recite the pros or features of the Shark, but you can read that stuff yourself. How will or do those features really help?
1st off, every game has it's own speeds or sensitivities for moving your reticule, the very 1st thing I do is max out the games sensitivity, then I calibrate the sensitivity wheel on the chuck. By doing so, I'm always playing at the same speed no matter what game it is I'm playing.
Next, I rearrange the buttons. The most important buttons used are the fire button and the ADS (Aim Down Sights). No matter what game your playing you can always put these buttons in the same place. You can then put your frags, crouch/laydown, or reload in the exact same place.
Think about it, with those two features, adjusting the speed and rearranging the buttons, I just bounce from game to game or tourney to tourney, picking up the controller from where I left off the last time. All that muscle memory doesn't go to waste and I'm that far ahead of the competition.
Bottom line, yes I game more then the average person, I play for more then just the enjoyment of topping the nightly scoreboards, there isn't any other controller I'd use then what these guys put out. In my opinion and for the sake of winning, I invest my own money on Splitfish products.
Here's a little video I put together, please enjoy!
The 360 shark worked great on BF3 beta and on MW2. So I can't wait to use this thing when BF3 and MW3 are released in a month. Also played Gears of War3 and totally did damage with the Lancer and Shotties. Being able to strafe left or right while still keeping my aim on the enemy helped me get faster easier kills. Huge advantage there.
When playing bf3 and cod the rapid fire was very useful when I switched to my pistol. I also liked being able to switch around the buttons layout on the fly.
-Very long battery life (still using same AA battery after days of play)
-On the fly customizable buttons & mouse sensitivity
-Super accurate mouse aiming and quickness (increases k/d ratio)
-Rubberize texture of mouse and fragchuck, also looks cool
-Right out of box I plug and play without needing any setup or tweaking
-High-end very smooth gaming mouse pad
-Can use xbox mic (plug into wired xbox 360 controller)
-Needs wired xbox 360 controller to plug into wireless dongle(I already had one, so not much of a problem)
-Fragchuck would more comfortable if it was slightly smaller
-Price though controller is well worth it based on the big advantage it gives when playing online
Verdict: Buy it now if you play a lot of online shooters because there is a bit of a learning curve if you are using a mouse to aim for the first time. But if you stick with it, you will be racking up the kills in no time. This controller is the next step to game controller evolution for fps games and I'm glad I am onboard now before everyone finds out about this secret weapon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i like it, very accurate, but for FPS games i had to modify the mouse because you have to pick it up to move around sometimes and the mouse isn't built so you can grip and pick up... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Matt D.
K:D ratio is through the roof...reminds me of the old CS days. This product does take a few hours to get used to.Published on November 7, 2013 by Brett Nagan
This is a very useful device for anyone who is used to playing on a PC, and wants to cooperate their finger memory in shooters to a console. Read morePublished on October 2, 2013 by Cradlenrain
Best damn invention for either console. I now play fps games on machines I never thought I would. I'm grateful to be able to play the Halo series finally.Published on September 23, 2013 by Stephen Logsdon
The controls aren't nearly as smooth as I was hoping for. I knew it would be a little rough but that is just too rough for me to get used to. I will try it with my PC later.Published on August 31, 2013 by Dan
The Wireless controller will not work on Xbox 360. Although ,it did work on the home P.C. Suggest not buying this product.Published on July 9, 2013 by Warren G. Ogletree
listen, you don't support my usage of this device, but i am a PC gamer with a keyboard flaw. having never played a multiplayer game till just about a year ago, i only played on... Read morePublished on June 30, 2013 by Ric Carroll
I purchased this after seeing this product on EP daily - a video game/pop culture show on tv. I was interested in finding out how to play keyboard and mouse on the xbox 360. Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by James Needham