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About the product
- This device is compatible with Windows 10 computers with the Xbox App installed on their computer
- Premium quality Sanwa hardware components for maximum precision and durability
- Fully mod capable construction for ease of customization
- Internal storage compartments for convenient transportation
- Honeycomb structure on the inside for easy screw mounting.Screwdriver included for modding
- Platform : Xbox One, Windows 8, Window 10
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This stick is great so far. Not only does Razer make it super-duper easy and accessible to customize, but they even incluse the tools you need to do it. The top panel opens up with the press of a button, and a hydraulic arm holds it open so you don't have to worry about it slamming down while you're working . All the buttons and the joy stick are easily swappable, and it even includes a spare bat-style joystick grip; it comes with the ball-top grip installed, but switching it out for the bat grip is easier than cake. Aesthetically, the Atrox looks pretty cool with the typical green color scheme and design Razer is known for. It's got a very simple layout with a lock switch and Xbox button in the top left panel, the stick and 8 buttons on the face, and the "start/select" buttons (whatever they're called on Xbox One now) on the right side of the body. The 13 FOOT cable, which is just an INSANE length, is completely detachable and storable inside the stick with all your tools and spare parts. The cable has a breakaway at the end, typical of Xbox controllers over the last 11 years.
There is a lot of room to rest my hands when other premium sticks are just a little small; I love the TES+ from Madcatz, but it's a little smaller than I'd like. I did get this stick used, so I'll see how it holds up over time. It arrived in great condition and I'm very happy with it so far.
Update - So far this stick is holding up great, and I customized the buttons and artwork! It looks sick and was the easiest stick I've ever customized. For the price, I'd say this is the best stick on the market, although it doesn't work with steam games, only Microsoft Xbox games on the PC app (Killer Instinct). This is severely disappointing as I would like to play games on Steam with this stick. I bought a CronusMAX Plus so , can use it on PS4 anyway, but it's kinda ridiculous that I have to use it to make it compatible wirh Steam, too.
My issue with the Atrox is that it doesn't seem to be much of an arcade stick, but rather a fighting game stick. It seems to work with most of the fighting games that I have, but works with very few of my other games. When I bought it, I assumed that the arcade stick would be interpreted by the Xbox One as the standard controller's Left Stick or Dpad. That's not the case. It seems as though the Atrox won't work at all if the manufacturers of the game didn't build in a specific code allowing it to work (e.g. won't control the menu screen, behaves as if no controller is plugged in). Apparently, there are youtube videos that show you how to solder in a new PCB which will allow it to operate for other games, but that just seems excessive considering that you probably shelled out a few hundred dollars for this controller.
I find it confusing that Microsoft and Razer would build in an artificial barrier like this. I think it would be a lot of fun to play side scrollers and games like Diablo 3 with the Atrox (even if certain functionality would be lost by not having a Dpad or Right Stick).