Xbox 360 Officially licensed F.P.S. Pro Wired GamePad
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- Large "Combat" buttons for on-the-fly custom remapping
- Vibration feedback technology
- Ergonomic non-slip grips and 9.8ft (3m) cable
- Immersive backlit analog stick modules with 3 adjustable LED colors: Green, Red and Orange
- Quick-fire triggers
Top Customer Reviews
- The thumbsticks are super smooth and click with authority.
- The rb and lb also click with nice feedback.
- The flat top a,b,x,y buttons are great (might not be for everybody but I like them)
- Soft touch coating feels amazing.
- The tumbsticks light up 3 different colors! (impractical but very cool nonetheless)
- The dpad could be better but it works fine.
- Placement of the extra buttons makes them a little difficult to use.
If you are looking for a good wired replacement controller I would highly recommend this one.
This one is an exception.
For starters, it slips into your hand as comfortably as official Xbox 360 controllers -- even has non-slip grips to help them stay firmly in hand -- and yet feels somehow more sturdy. One guesses this controller could take a beating. This controller feels good.
The analog sticks and buttons are all placed identically to the official controller, and each are just as responsive. The triggers have been tweaked, and for the better. They're not as large, meaning faster response when shooting, zooming, etc. The bumpers are better placed, too, putting them in easier reach and again helping improve response times.
Buttons on the back allow you to remap controller settings on the fly. A solid feature, thought not one I use often.
The LED lights under the analog sticks are pretty, but that's pure style over substance. I keep them off.
I've played through RPGs, shooters, arcade games and racing games with this controller and have been pleased all around. If you're in need of a replacement, this is recommended.
The two rubberized sections on the sides has some treads(like a tire) so my palm can rest nicely without slipping during heavy gameplay. The pad itself features four shoulder buttons placed horizontally and vertically. The horizontal/vertical layout I found to be intuitive and aids during gameplay.
The two analog sticks are smooth and control well. The choice of four lighted colors below the analog sticks look cool, but also has a function. You can adjust the "Combat" button settings(LSB,RSB,Y,X,A,B) wit a corresponding color to remember the button settings.
The gamepad also comes with a USB cable adaptor to allow you to use this pad for your PC or laptop gaming, very convenient. The only drawback I found with this pad is that the directional pad is a little stiff(not an issue if you mostly use the analog sticks). Otherwise this is a great gamepad that is high quality, responsive during gameplay, and is versatile.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This controller is very cool. The sticks change LED color which is awesome. Buttons feel great, everything fits my hands well.Published on February 19, 2014 by Mike Drapeau
I got this for my son for christmas Best control ever. I really enjoys having the option of diffrent color.Published on January 19, 2014 by Gerardo Aguilar
This is by far the best controller I have ever used. At only 40$, you are getting a lot things for a very low price. Read morePublished on October 4, 2013 by Johanna
I absolutely love this controller.
The look, the feel...everything about this controller is amazing! Read more
Purchased this product, fast delivery as well... I love it, I honestly think this is a must for any person who plays first person shooters. My K/D ratio went up to a lot... Read morePublished on September 26, 2013 by Brandon
Worked great for about a month, then stopped working for no apparent reason. Lights for sticks turn on, but middle xbox button remains off and no controls work. Read morePublished on September 12, 2013 by Andrew
I have been using this for a few weeks now and I love it, I did needed to reduce my sensitivity compared to the wireless controller; but lately it is the only controller I use. Read morePublished on September 9, 2013 by R. Roderick