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Xbox 360 Wireless Controller - Matte Black

Platform : Xbox 360
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383 customer reviews

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XBOX 360 WIRELESS CONTROLLER BLACK

Product Details

  • ASIN: B000OYITQO
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 6 x 2 inches ; 6 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 17, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (383 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,377 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By B. Barcellos on January 28, 2009
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If you own an xbox, the choice here is fairly obvious. There isn't much to say other than if you don't have a wireless controller already, get one. If you only own a PC however, or play games on your PC as well as your 360 like I do, then things get a little more interesting.

I wholeheartedly recommend using a 360 controller in combination with the Xbox Wireless Receiver for Windows. The range on this thing is great and goes through walls. You can tuck the receiver behind your monitor, under your desk, or in a drawer and you'll get perfect reception. The support for this controller is excellent in all applications I've tried, the drivers are minimal, and the controller even turns itself off after not being used for a while to save battery life. In a Games For Windows title, all buttons automatically work like they would on the 360, no muss, no fuss. Hitting the Guide button even pops up the Windows Live overlay if you're playing a game that supports it like Fallout 3 or GTA 4 (normally the Guide button just gives you a summary of your battery life).

It is also possible to install a third party profiler app that lets you bind keystrokes and mouse movements to the controller, like XPadder (free). This lets me play a movie on my PC, and then sit on the couch and use the controller play/pause/ff/rewind,etc. I've had zero problems using this controller with xpadder.

If you like emulating old games on your pc (nes/snes/n64/etc), the large number of buttons lets you map the controller to pretty much any retro console controller you can think of.

As for the merits of the controller itself, there are plenty of reviews here that praise its comfort, feel, and reliability, and revile the D-Pad, so I won't go over any of that.
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66 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Sinister Crayon on April 29, 2007
Ok, so this is basically just the white controller painted black. To be honest, the white controllers don't look too bad, its the white console that looks terrible. But that is my opinion. On to the facts. The black controller is almost exactly the same, but part of the grip is more "matte" than the white one. The white controller always makes me sweat for some reason because it is too smooth. These look great however. The colors are well matched even though it may not look like it in the pictures. I'd definitely recommend picking these up if you have an elite, or if you have core/premium and you want the black ones so the grime doesn't show as much, I'd highly recommend these.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Duane M. Williams on January 20, 2010
I have had gaming systems since the day of the Atari 2600. From the single joystick to the Nintendo pad to the 360 I have played with all of them. I have to say that the people at Microsoft did an excellent job in developing this controller.

It is lightweight, comfortable and is very easy to use with all games. I highly recommend getting the black controller, it looks and feels better. You cannot beat the wireless function and unlike the controllers of old, you do not need to face it directly at the console.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dan E. Shumaker on October 30, 2008
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Love the black controllers over the old white design. Batteries are the correct size and won't cause the controller to develop cracks where the battery is inserted. Smooth operation.
Overall, this controller is basically all the same as the white, but the batteries fitting correctly will make it last alot longer
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Siklootd on November 23, 2009
The one thing that I absolutely love about this console generation is that the three companies have finally evolved past wires. The days of having a chord plugged into your consoles are long gone, and I'm glad. So many times when I was younger, I recall playing video games and having someone trip over the chord because they were in a hurry to get by. This usually resulted in the console falling to the floor due to the force in which the control chord was pulled during the process. Now, none of my consoles have ever fallen onto the floor since no one can ever trip over the chords.

The Xbox 360 controller is great and feels extremely comfortable. The two analog sticks have a nice grip to them, and the shoulder buttons are easy to access due to the curvature of the back of the controller. The controller's curves make it easily fit the shape of the player's hands, and the positioning of the battery cover is out of the way yet still also gives your fingers something to rest on providing extra grip. The four face buttons are a nice size, and the even spacing between them allows for quick hit and release and transition from one button to the next. This is very beneficial in games that require large combos where the button range is widely varied.

The center Xbox button allows you to quickly access the dashboard. Once on the dashboard you can either sign in/out, load music, turn off the controller, turn off the system, and tons of other extra features. The controller runs off of AA batteries. A complaint that many have against the controller. However, I find this to be a major plus for the controller. Simply purchase rechargeable AA batteries for under 20 dollars and you won't have to worry about constantly throwing away batteries.
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