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Submitted by DarthJay 538d ago | review

Razer Sabertooth Unboxing and Review [AnalogHype.com]

From AnalogHype.com: "I generally haven't had much luck with third party remote controllers. I've bought a few for my Playstation 3, mostly because I can't stand the triggers, but none of them have really worked out and I always end up back with the Dual Shock. On the Xbox side of things, I've always been content with with the controllers that Microsoft puts out, so I haven't really strayed from the path. Then I played Battlefield 3. There has really only been one thing in particular about the game that prompted me to consider other controller options, but that one thing has been significant enough that I find myself here today as the owner of the new Razer Sabertooth." (PC, Razer Sabertooth Controller, Xbox 360) 9/10

blackboyunltd  +   538d ago
Great review! Looking forward to getting one

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