xbox one controller now working with PC

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  1. thegh0sts

    thegh0sts Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    no one saying you have to!
     
  2. LanceAvion

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    I know, I'm just making the point that most people have 360 controllers, or they can pick them up for less that their Xbox One counterparts.

    That said I haven't actually used a Xbox One controller. Is it any improvement over that of the 360?
     
  3. octiceps

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    Not really IMO. The D-pad isn't terribad anymore but the thumb sticks are longer (stick out more) and the ergonomics are poorer. Also the triggers vibrate. :p
     
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    Razer onza. Perfect.


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    the dpad on the 360 controller is solely what strayed me away from buying it for my pc, i've since been using a ps3 controller for certain games that need a controller. but if the dpad is better on the xbox one, i may i have to try it out
     
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    my razer onza just broke, should i buy xbox one controller just for using it on my pc or buy the razer sabertooth??

    also, my onza broke because of the wires being tangled most of the time until the controller is no longer being detected by my pc..

    maybe i should just buy xbox 360 wireless controller?? its cheaper and i only need a wireless receiver right? i can charge the wireless 360 controller if i plug it in my pc?\

    EDIT:
    just realized that i could be spending as much on the 360 controller(since i need the plug&charge, and wireless receiver)
    as i would be on buying the razer sabertooth, maybe the xbox one controller is a better choice? help me guys
     
  7. mardon

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    Get the xbox one controller. I got one its great and if the wire breaks just get a new USB cable. Problem solved! ;-)
     
  8. astec23

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    do i still need to buy the charge and play kit for xbox one controller? because if i would, the price would just be the same as getting a razer sabertooth??
     
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    No any micro USB cable works and it doesn't need batteries in to run.
     
  10. thegh0sts

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    would love to get a hold of one again cos it has a good feel to it for me....once i get my 3rd and 4th tatts done :p
     
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