Looks great! This is one of the main reason I prefer my Xbox over my PS3, the controller is so much better and of course the UI, Dashboard on Xbox is much better than PS3. Hopefully there will be a third-party Xbox controller for the PS4 in the months after release! The use of the Micro USB is amazing. I will no longer need two separate controllers, a wireless for my Xbox and a wired for PC... WIN!!!!
wow the only thing I care about is the more accurate anolog and dpad... EVEYTHING ELSE WAS KINDA POINTLESS...
better than dropping the PS3 controller a couple times, and L and R button groupings pop out because of how fragile it really is.
The only thing that is stopping me from buying the Xbox One is how they marketed it, made me go to Sony straight away for consoles cause they know what gamer's want unlike Microsoft
Plus a console that can read your heartbeat,imagine incorporating that in to a first person shooter! or horror game, people really don't look at the potential Kinect has, they overlook it and think back to Sony's first version, the eyetoy...which was good for a bout half an hour
Still buying one, everyone keeps fanboying over the PS4, I don't care about if your console has the tiniest bit more processing power, I prefer the Xbox, the nobs like you are causing Sony to have a monopoly on the market, you do realise if this happens you will have to say goodbye to preowned games and decent developments, Sony will get lazy, as would Microsoft if they were in the same position, but encouraging people to not buy the Xbox isn't really solving anything
I cannot think of anything more pointless than rumble trigger buttons on a controller. Oh wait, yes i can: rumble in general in control pads. I turned that shit off my xbox360 on day1.
In no way does it simulate anything. In no way can u get a feel of anything from it. It just whirs like a spastic in a wheelchair trying to break free by gyrating vigorously.
Why not just strap a mobile phone to your hand and have it vibrate randomly.
Its not the case anymore apparently. The console will work without Kinect now according to latest U-turn from Microsoft. XBone looking quite attractive now with instant switching and smart matches
Some pretty interesting stuff in this video. I also like the presentation of the video... facts and not all marketing talk. They should of done the same thing for all the features of the new system... maybe then they wouldn't have to back track on all the new features they wanted to do as people would understand them better.
I still wish one or both of them would learn to put buttons underneath the way the Scuf controllers have them. The fingers under the controller have nothing to do and the finger tips are free to press buttons if they would design them properly. It would help in many games where taking the thumb off the stick to press the buttons causes the player to lose control during that time. I would love to see this change at some point. For now I'm just going to wait for the Scuf version of the new controllers.
I really wanted to know how the analogs feel as buttons. It can feel somewhat disruptive to my flow sometimes to press them, but I think they are sensible reflexively.
@Mathew Witte And Xbox Fanboys aren't? Please. I beg to differ. You Xbox fanboys are not any different.
good controller. a back touchpad on that cap could've been great.
DS4 needs those trigger rumble(+that back touchpad even more).
It looks exactly the ^%$#ing same and the one thing I would of liked i.e. No batteries the left out.
Seriously can I have this guys job I can put out the same thing and badly lie to everyone that it's different.
Daniel Durst, please shut up and quit talking down to everyone. Can you handle that? There's no need to be condescending. By the way, "condescending" means that you think that you're higher up than someone and talk down to them. Do you understand that? Good. Thanks, pumpkin.
I do most of my gaming on PC now but a 360 controller sits by it all the time. It is an absolute relief to count on a controller that de facto is the industry standard and is immediately recognized by the game the moment I plug it in. I could not care less for the Xbone but that controller is going to be a day one purchase for me.
@OrphanSlapper there will be rechargeable battery pack for it, it will charge using a micro USB. Which is better than being intergraded/ non-replaceable like the PS3 controller.
@OrphanSlapper As opposed to what? Magic?!
@jvsexy I doubt you've actually played with this controller, so I'm not sure how you would know how it feels but let me drop a bit of knowledge on you. The Nintendo Pattent on the Plus shaped D-Pad ran out, which is the exact D-Pad this controller is using, meaning this thing will actually work this time around.
@Dasim64 I think the amount of people that would benefit is pretty small and would confuse and overwhelm a lot of people. And I really don't a button for every single one of my fingers. My thumbs do just fine.
@klasco Same here. There's not as much precision in it as a mouse and keyboard, but you can't kick back on your couch with a mouse and keyboard.
@klasco They should do something about the shutting down issue on PC. The only way to shut the controller down is to either not use it for a while and it depletes a bit of battery each time or to detach the battery slot and hope it will not break after a while.
@Shielder7 Since u have no concept of powering an electric device whatsoever, I suggest we do not give u that job.
@AshTrai @OrphanSlapper what i was meant to say was "it still runs on AA batteries!?" as opposed to a rechargeable controller like the ps3 and 4.
@xsonicchaos @klasco agreed, though for me its not much of an issue since i don't ever use the battery and have it running straight from the plug&play charger all the time. I just simply pull it out of my usb port to turn it off *shrug*