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Discussion in 'Console Peripherals' started by technokat, Aug 24, 2017.
Looks so good. Surprising that some people feel the need to post their disappointment...sad
Does anyone know if the multi-function bumbers and triggers can only have a button assigned to each? Can I assign a combo to a single multi-function trigger (e.g. pressing a multi-function will do the command right trigger, followed by X)
A2. No. The shape is different from Elite controller. Maybe they would sell replacement stick parts.
I connected to my PC, and synapse doesn't show the controller
It is compatible with Razer Synapse for Xbox App, which is available in the Xbox Store.
Is this controller worth it for just used on PC?
I'm planning to get one and I don't even have an Xbox! #PCMR
I would LOVE to have this, especially for Rocket League, but it's just way too pricey for me to afford
Better believe it! I'll be buying one as soon as its in stock and I don't own an x box one!
@Alex The Savior just save up mate! You can say that about a lot of the Razer items, but it's very much worth it for the quality they produce! I say give it a shot if you are looking into an x box controller!
Such enthusiast. I like it!
can't get used to steam controller, might getting it
Oh, I love my Steam controller, but I must have Chroma!
Edit: just redeemed 10,000 zSilver for $20 off and ordered mine. Now the hard part, waiting patiently for it to arrive.
Edit2: It has arrived, and I'm loving it already. Comfortable to hold, well designed stick and button layout, and Chroma to blend in with all my other gear. Stoked, thanks Razer!
Edit3: So I went to visit a friend yesterday, he was playing on his Xbox when I arrived. He offered to grab another controller for me, but I pulled out my Wolverine and proceeded to dominate. Yes, it is just as spectacular on a console as it is on my PC. And he asked where he could get one!
I have sexual feelings for this particular input device.
You have to go to a doctor or therapy
hey, why do you think they were called joysticks
Hi I was wondering if it's possible to change the thumbstick dead zone with the Wolverine controller in the software like you can on the elite ?
So I just received my controller and GPU card today! Tomorrow I'll put it to the test. What I also have is a steam card that I loaded the other day. Does anyone have any suggestions for games with the use of this controller? I'll be on the PC when using it. I currently own no games on steam :c
Only one that has came to mind thus far before looking at other titles is CS GO
I didn't even think that was possible in this day and age. haha. Let me guess, you were originally a console gamer?
Nope! haha..I haven't played a console game in years! Last system I owned (xbox 360) I gave that to the little man in the house 4 years ago because I hardly played it. However I do miss some of the old school games I played like Halo but now I just play heroes of the storm, Starcraft and every once in a while hearthstone. I own overwatch so i'll eventually get into playing that. Since I bought the controller I can start branching outside the Blizzard section
Nice man, I’m aiming also the controller for CES appreciation Sale I think CS GO better on keyboard and mouse setting, for it i would get adventure single player like Witcher 3, Bayonetta (on sale), or recently released Nioh (if you don’t have it on PS4).
Oh cool deal. I'll check it out! Yeah I don't own any console, so its all about the PC! I do have witcher 3, just haven't played it since it came out. It came with my MSI laptop as a promo when that game first came out. I'll probably jump on that tomorrow!
Yes I heard the most FPS games the keyboard and mouse is much better! I just want to really dig into this controller. So on that note if anyone has more ideas on the controller type games on the PC its appreciated! Thanks!
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