Now that the (Mad) Cat(z) is out of the bag, we wanted to take some time to clarify a few things and really explain all of the awesome features that are going to make this controller the only one you will ever need.
Why isn't the PS3 controller wireless? I know MS owns their wireless controller tech. and purposely prevents 3rd parties from making wireless controllers. But the PS3 uses Bluetooth, so why can't the MLGPCC?
Because it's MLG I'm assuming they're using wired just because there is less lag which is always the way to go.
Ah, the latency issue. In an imaginary world, if Mad Catz were to include a wireless component *and* a detachable wire--I'd day one this thing.
your obviously not 'pro' so this controller isn't intended for you. ask yourself what MLG player uses a wireless controller? exactly none
I would hate to run out of battery or have wireless interference in the middle of an important match....
Sounds amazing to me I hope it's as good as they make it sound.
anyone happen to know if it'll also work on pc? kinda like the 360 controllers
Does it have SixAxis?
Will wait for the reviews. If this is going to be the most expensive controller I have ever purchased then I and expecting a quality product. No dead zones nor malfunctioning buttons.
I'm skeptical.. I couldn't care less about the ability to customize my control pad, to change the weight of the controller or to personalize it. What I wanted was a controller that was made up of the very best possible parts for a controller to give it a true premium feel. That MLG controller is gigantic and reminds me of those cheap knockoff controllers.
$160 o.O Ya I will leave this for the Pro's. I am very happy with my Gears of war 3 controller that I payed $60 for.
That Gears 3 controller with the skin pack looks pretty sweet!
I was getting excited until the $160 part. It should be $100 less.
$160 for a mad catz controller with MLG branding, do not want...
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