razer sabertooth or steam controller

Discussion in 'Console Peripherals' started by Bugraaydin123, Dec 19, 2015.

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  1. Bugraaydin123_no_id

    Bugraaydin123_no_id New Member

    I want to buy a controller for my pc.I have one question.Can I use steam controller except steam games? And steam controller sensivity like a mouse so I can't feel I play with a controller.It feels like I play with mouse.And that sensivity sucks.I like extra buttons on controller.I can set a button for some games.thx for answer
  2. FrozenBitch

    FrozenBitch Active Member

    just get the razer
  3. elite.ire

    elite.ire Active Member

    i went for the steam controller because i had lots of steam money so it was kinda free :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:. i think the sabertooth would be easier to use though and more universal. The steam controller is hard to use in many games (maybe i just havn't gotten used to it). I've only used mine with steam games but i'm pretty sure it works with almost any pc game, you can also get button configurations from community which is pretty handy.

    If i had to buy a controller for the pc with real money i would probably get the xbox one elite controller instead of the sabertooth or steam controller. between the sabertooth and steam controller i would probably get the sabertooth
  4. I've never tried the sabertooth personally, but when i bought the steam controller, i had a hard time getting used to it. I'd say if you're going to be using your keyboard just as much as your controller, go for the sabertooth, since it's pretty similar to the xbox controller, aside from the few extra buttons on the backside.
  5. gobi42

    gobi42 Active Member

    I only use controllers to game on PC for my own reasons. I currently use a sabertooth for my controller. Have nothing but good things to say about it. Thought about upgrading to the wildcat, but for the few extra features you get with it, i can justify spending 150 bucks on it. My buddy loves his steam controller but like said above some times it's a pain to get it working with all games. The sabertooth is plug and play and just works. plus the extra buttons come in really handy. I would say get the sabertooth unless you play all of your games on steam and think you an get use to the track-pad instead of a thumb stick.
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