The Gaming scene has grown dramatically over the past years. A few years ago, playing a video game was just for fun and entertainment but now it has grown into something completely different.
What did they do to the D-Pad and the analog stick!
It's a removable cap. It's to make it more accurate apparently.
I like the back buttons but the sticks are too tall and the d-pad cap is... well.. ugly.
from what I get, the sticks are adjustable. Gateway MT6706 2008
wierd. i think ill wait a little
They look horrible, and those paddles on the back? I bet they will be more annoying than helping after few hours of gameplay.
way too expensive... I checked out their website.. http://scufgaming.com/contr... some of the modifications seem cool... but way to expensive for a basic controller... they just mod it up a little bit... they can change out the analog stick and stuff like that that thing on the D-Pad is removable and just snaps on... cost $9.95 to add to one of there controllers that already costs $115+
I played around with the modding options on the scuf site..pretty soon I was up to a $200+ controller. Eek!
Ouch! I didn't know they cost more than twice as much as the DS4. You can buy two and a half games with that amount. But then again, they might well the only peeps online with a pad that matches the white PS4 Destiny bundle Gateway MY6706 2008
Removable "O" in place of D-pad looks more practical but might not be as sturdy enough.
Giving it a paint job and and changing the d-pad to some unergonomic thing makes it competitive? yea ok no I rather not spend $200.
has extra buttons
Might as well bump it up to keyboard and mouse, that's what real professionals use in real professional FPS (counter strike).
Scuf is bad for gaming. They don't make bad players good, but do give an unfair advantage.
Wait what!?... was that an oxymoron. They don't make bad players good, but do give an unfair advantage. How can bad players become good without an advantage? Gateway MT6706 2008
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