Xbox Elite Wireless Controller: Review

Xbox Elite Wireless Controller: Review

The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller came as surprise when it was first announced. Both its price ($149/£129/AU$195) and its purpose seemed misaligned with the image Microsoft wanted to put out there after the Xbox One’s slow start out of the gate. It’s expensive, extravagant and perhaps most useful for only a small niche of the Xbox community i.e. it’s everything Microsoft was trying

E3 2015: Xbox Elite Wireless Controller

E3 2015: Xbox Elite Wireless Controller

The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller is going to level up the skills of Xbox One and Windows 10 gamers later this year with a better feeling, more complex gamepad. As soon as I wrapped my hands around the E3 2015 prototype, I could tell right away that was meant to be a performance-class take on Microsoft’s console-bundled controller. Serious gamers need apply. It has more trigger buttons, configurable inputs,

Valve Steam Controller

Valve Steam Controller

Steam Controller It’s hard to believe how fast time passes. I can still remember the clamor and speculation the day Valve first announced it was not only producing its own operating system based on Linux and a line of gaming PCs – called Steam Machines – but would release its own controller as well. Like the original designs for the Steam Controller, SteamOS was interesting, if a little confusing at first. It’s been

Valve Steam Controller

Valve Steam Controller

Steam Controller It’s hard to believe how fast time passes. I can still remember the clamor and speculation the day Valve first announced it was not only producing its own operating system based on Linux and a line of gaming PCs – called Steam Machines – but would release its own controller as well. Like the original designs for the Steam Controller, SteamOS was interesting, if a little confusing at first. It’s been