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Submitted by Gekko 425d ago | review

Review: Razer Sabertooth Xbox 360 Controller | NowGamer

Alex Evans: ''Gaming is serious business. With split-second reaction button-pressing the difference between grisly death and superlative victory, pro gamers know the a decent controller is as vital as a car to a racing driver.

The Razer Sabertooth is the pro gaming kit company’s second attempt at serving this crowd’s needs on Xbox 360 and PC, coming up with a controller that’s extremely customisable with sterling build quality to boot.'' (Razer Sabertooth Controller, Xbox 360) -

Perjoss  +   425d ago
This controller is awesome, because of the rockers underneath, you never have to take your right thumb off the thumbstick to press the face buttons. Instead using your middle fingers. This means you can do stuff like jump or reload while still looking around (for fps games that use face buttons for those actions).
Sucitta  +   425d ago
as long as the build quality is better then the onza..

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