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Mad Catz Officially Licensed Major League Gaming Pro Circuit MLG Controller for Xbox 360
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- Pro Module components swapped at will
- High quality, three meter removable Pro Cable
- Removable top and side faceplates
- Integrated weight 70 gram weight system
- Bonus Pro Case from protection and travel
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Platform: Xbox 360
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Let me start by saying there are few people in this world who want to like this product more than I do. I am a competitive Halo player, and the quality control of Microsoft wired controllers are poor (hence the infamous directional slow turn problem with many of them). Getting a perfectly consistent Microsoft controller that moves the same speed in all thumbstick directions is literally like playing the lotto. Google "slow-turn problem with Microsoft wired Xbox 360 controllers" for more information on that.
Naturally, this Mad Catz product appeared to fill this void. However, after going through 2 versions of this product (I thought the first was defective so I gave another a try), I have come to the realization that this product's problem is more glaring than Microsoft's slow-turn quality control: the Mad Cats MLG controller lacks aiming precision.
Before I dive into that, I want to make it clear that I gave this controller 3 weeks before coming to any absolute conclusions regarding performance performance because I don't believe different is bad. Different can be good, as long as it's different in a good way EVEN if it causes you to be worse initially due to the fact that you have to adjust something new.
However, my problems with this controller don't seem to fit this bill. With this controller, the thumbsticks accelerate to top speed with very little spacial movement. In other words, in an FPS game, if you want to move your aimer at a slow, steady speed rather than at top speed, a regular controller will give you literally more thumb movement space to achieve this steady, slow speed.Read more ›
The controllers' biggest selling point is the simple fact that you can customize it. For example my set up is a convex left joystick, the ps3 style d-pad, a concave right joystick, a single 35g weight and with the glossy face plate.
I simply enjoyed the feel of the controller. It feels natural in your hands, similar to the regular XBOX 360 controller except with the rubberized grips. When comparing the Pro Circuit to the Onza Razer (not including modifications) I find the Pro Circuit to feel most like the original controller. For me, while using the Onza, my trigger fingers would cramp up due to the slightly adjusted RT/LTs (which made room for second set of LB/RB buttons).
This controller will not make you better at playing video games, but what it does offer you, is the chance to customize the feel of your controller to your liking. Because If your like me and play video games frequently stuff like the d-pad or the height of the analog stick start to annoy you; The Pro Circuit controller allows me to play video games the way I want too with macro adjustments.
I think this controller will appeal to both hardcore and casual gamers alike. I know I simply enjoy it.
FYI: FPS Freeks does fit on the Pro Circuit
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The pouch is a nice flourish, although I don't find it very useful--it holds the spare components and the glossy faceplates as I believe the matte style is much more aesthetically pleasing. Because of the ease in which you can swap out the analog sticks, I started using the PS3 style for my left hand and the XBOX 360 style for my right hand. So far it's been working out great and my FPS accuracy has gone up quite a bit.
My only complaint is that while the sturdiness of the controller and the cable is definitely there, some of the modules are a bit flimsy. The top of one of my PS3 analog modules broke off when I was locking it into place (you have to slide it into a groove and then twist), and I was not using much pressure at all. Thankfully, because of the layout I've chosen, I still have a functional controller that suits my preferred style. For $100 MSRP, I expect a little bit more, but it's still the controller I use almost daily, not only for my XBOX 360 but also when I play PC games. By the way, it works perfectly fine on my PC and I have yet to have one single issue with game compatibility or poor performance. I think that says a lot when you're using a peripheral in Windows.
The star I knocked off is for the flimsy module and the slightly below average Mad Catz customer support.Read more ›
It's now April 2013, and the actual thumbsticks are still fine, but when playing a game, my view jerks all over the screen and the controller doesn't register the movements I'm making with the thumbstick. This happens with all four modules, so it's probably something to do with the metal connectors within the module bays of the controller or on the bottom of the modules themselves. I've tried cleaning the connectors with a cloth and blowing compressed air into the controller and the modules, but nothing seems to help. It's a miracle if the controller functions properly for more than five minutes.
There's a lot to like about the controller, but none of that matters when it doesn't function properly.
Do not buy this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this is 2015 I knew very little about 3rd party controllers and I figured the best way would be to try some out, heard good and bad reviews but more good so I bought this,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's interesting one, very well working just like MLG Pro!Published 12 months ago by Victor Ostrovsky
My son begged me for it and even reimbursed me. He walks around with it in his hand like a remote. He's 20 and thinks its awesome.Published 13 months ago by carmen
Junk. Analogs stipped working. Latency issues. Poor quality.Published 15 months ago by John A. Viveiros
Dont think that people who dislike this product just had bad luck with it. THE PRODUCT IS CHEAP, FLIMSY AND BREAKS WITHIN WEEKS. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Joze con Zeta
This is not a fast as my fusions, but I have more control when like playing golf. The ps3 stick on the left side always comes loose, and usually at a bad time, but you could always... Read morePublished 19 months ago by IPlayNice
I loved being able to move the thumbsticks around and make it more like the ps3 controller. haven't had any problems with it beside it being wired and not being compatible with... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Josh F Mossbarger