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Razer Onza tournament edition -Xbox 360
- Rubberized surface providAP
- Two fully programmable multi function buttons for maximum cutomizability
- With a 15 foot super long lightweight braided cable and a quick release USB connector
- The Razer Onza TE is made for tournament grade lag free gameplay even during the most crucial moments
- Two additional fully programmable buttons, Adjustable Resistance Analog Sticks
- Rubberized surface providing superior grip
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- Package Contents
- Razer Onza TE Professional Gaming Controller
- Inline Quick Release Connector
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Quick Start Guide
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Designed with unique features including two extra buttons and an improved D-pad that bring an element of customization to the Xbox 360 controller
Edition: Tournament Edition
Top Customer Reviews
I'm updating this review because the directional pad gets stiff after mild use and the stick itself registers motions that I never inputted (when I tap up.. it registers, then goes down). I've since gotten a replacement, but only to sell it online (couldn't get a refund, just an exchange). Don't have faith in the long-term durability of this controller. Was great when it worked, but I'm sticking to first party controllers from now on.
My old review is below for when it does work properly.
Here are the games I've tested this on to get a wide range of various button/control uses:
* Battlefield: Bad Company 2
* Crysis 2
* Super Street Fighter IV
* Dragon Age 2
I'll cut to the chase since other people have already commented on the great build quality, ergos, and not being able to use the FPS Freek on this.
Here are some of my observations:
Of the games I've tested, it was painfully apparent that fighting games would not do well with the directional pad. Earlier reviews on other sites have already mentioned this, but being the skeptic, I had to test for myself. Verdict is in.. its really lacking for fighting games. The separation of each direction, and the amount you have to push makes for quick combos really difficult. I may dare even say that the original 360 directional pad might be better for this purpose. That said.. if you played fighting games with the analog, then this is where the strength of the controller shines. The adjustable tension on the analogs really help tailor it to your liking. Also, being able to remap your buttons on the extra shoulder allows you to avoid using the triggers.
On the topic of remapping buttons...
this is my number one complaint about the controller...Read more ›
But quality sucks. After 1 month first controller left thumbstick developed dead-zone. Worked in all directions but up. Return was no hassle with Amazon
After 20 days, replacement controller developed dead zone in right thumbstick.
(I think it has to do with the adjustable thumbstick tension: great feature but plagued with problems)
Return again no hassle.
No 3rd strike for me, I'll stick to less buttons but a controller that works.
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Direction sticks move your character. Around without you touching them.
Button pushes do not register.
I really wish this product worked but it does not.
Top it off with the companies ridiculous return requirements and it's not a good mix
-A,B,X,Y are faster
-Controller is contoured - bumpers are angled
-D-pad works much better for first person/third person shooters (switching weapons)
-Remap able buttons enable you to keep your thumb on the aiming stick while reloading, melee, or whatever you like.
-Triggers are curved to give you more control in racing games. I also feel it enables me to rapid fire more easily.
-Adjustable thumbstick tension has 28 different setting. They also have a nice rubberized feel that keeps good contact which reduces slippage.
-I noticed that the A,B,X,Y buttons will rattle a little when the Onza is at maximum rubble.
-15 foot cord rather than wired?
-The head phone jack is a 5m(?) which means headsets that use the 2-pronged won't work, neither does the chatpad.
My Experience - I've been testing and dialing in my Onza for the last week. It taken hours for me to get the stick tension the way I want it but now it's amazing (I have the Onza set to Sensitive mode). For example, I've been testing it on Combat Training (Black Ops) and I am able to track and pick off multiple guys running past - aiming and re-aiming quickly.
I've been playing with FPSfreeks exclusively for 2+ years. I am able to aim faster and make finer adjustments with the Onza.
IMO - the Razer Onza "Tournament Edition" is amazing. I was going to try out the N-control Avenger but there is no way I'm going back to a stock controller.
I've noticed that one of the tension adjusters on my Onza's sticks is beginning to tighten or loosen on it's own.
The tension/rubberbands in the Onza TE's right thumbstick failed.Read more ›
Light-up buttons, easy to see in the dark.
The buttons have a less-delayed pressure timing, it's quicker and ultimately easier to press down.
Much sleeker look than the standard controllers.
The D-pad is has separated buttons. You aren't as prone to slipping your finger and pressing the wrong button anymore.
The gripping is solid.
The L and R triggers are quicker to use. They are not as limited in length as the standard controllers. This proves very useful if you are playing a button mashing type game.
The tightening system on the L and R sticks is junky, it weighs down INSIDE the controller as well. It moves more precisely when you move the sticks slowly, when you move it faster it loses the grip.
The macro system is a total gimmick.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
these are kind okay when they last but they break within a month of usePublished 4 months ago by Nope
Broke weeks after using it in moderate fashion. Great design but cheap, shoddy execution.Published 6 months ago by Brett
The right stick is sometimes a bit sticky (like my character in game starts to look down by himself) but it's a really nice controller in the end!Published 8 months ago by Pierre-Olivier
Aftter 1 year of use the triggers started to fail along with the thumbstick dead zones started to grow. 3rd one I have had this issue with.Published 9 months ago by DreadfullyDespized
CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP
Though... when I did have it and it worked it was the single highhandedly the best controller I've ever used.
The thumb sticks jitter all over the place. This controller is unusable. Buy the standard 360 wired controller and save yourself the hassle.Published 10 months ago by WoodJaguar
trigger keys and everything else goes out in a month of play.. it felt great until it decided to break.Published 11 months ago by Matthew C. Henderson