Best xbox 360 gamepads & standard controllers according to redditors

We found 256 Reddit comments discussing the best xbox 360 gamepads & standard controllers. We ranked the 59 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Xbox 360 Gamepads & Standard Controllers:

u/Trazac · 1304 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I spent way too much time on this, but let's see how your claim plays out.

2. Akai MPK249 $400
2. Yamaha P71 $415
3. 21.5 inch iMac $1100 (although this is the base model, probably a good estimate)
3. Edifier R1280T Near Field Monitors $99
5. Asus 24" monitor $130x5=$650
4. Logitech G27 I'm going to say around $300, even though Amazon has it listed for nearly $1000. Seems like the MSRP a few years ago was $300-$400.

  1. Logitech G Saitek X52 Flight Control System $150
  2. Logitech C600 $30
  3. Opolar F401 $12
  4. Logitech G610 $90, although some versions on amazon are closer to $60
  5. (I couldn't figure out what the other keyboard is, but it's probably junk that the OP didn't spend a lot of money on.)
  6. Logitech Z623 $100 (I think these are right)
  7. HTC Vive $500
  8. Logitech Z-2300 $180 MSRP, I'm fairly certain that I'm wrong about this one though
  9. Wireless Xbox Controller $42

    Add in like $1000 for each desk and $2000 for each computer we don't see (assuming there are two), that gets us to a total of $11,068.

    There is a laptop bag stashed on the left side of the frame, so maybe it's a $9000 laptop.
u/Go_Away_Masturbating · 103 pointsr/gaming

Not really for D-pad reliant games, though. Despite having the best overall controller, the 360's D-pad is a mushy POS. For modern games that focus on analog sticks, a 360 controller is perfect, but for older games that rely on a D-pad I use an SNES controller with one of these.

EDIT: MS did release a pro controller with a twist-out better D-pad, but it is $50 separately and can't really be considered the official 360 controller when it's not packed in with the system.

u/DonkeyManda · 27 pointsr/gaming

Haha, sorry, they're pretty much available where games are sold, I got mine from JB Hi-Fi in Aus, but they should be available wherever. No idea if they have a different name, sorry I can't be more help! Amazon Link

u/Jbidz · 16 pointsr/gaming

My brother uses what is basically a Bluetooth wii nunchuck in one hand and a mouse on the other. Pretty awesome, even has a programmable motion control key!

Don't bother with the mouse, it's horrible. But that nunchuck coupled with a mouse with a few extra buttons does wonders for PC games

u/sunflower_snail · 15 pointsr/skyrim

I use the afterglow Xbox 360 controller! It's a USB controller compatible with most games on pc (you don't even need to do setup) and you can just plug it into your laptop.

Edit: Pretty sure it's this controller

u/[deleted] · 14 pointsr/xbox360

Alan Wake



Batman Arkham Asylum and Arkham City

BioShock (and Infinite)

Borderlands 2

Castle Crashers

Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion

Elder Scrolls V Skyrim

Fallout 3 and New Vegas



Mass Effect

Portal 2

Red Dead Redemption

Shadow Complex

The Orange Box

The Walking Dead

Those are some of my favorites from this gen.

360 controller

Also, look into getting a 12 month subscription of Xbox Gold (or maybe 3 or 6 months depending on your financial situation). Right now Microsoft is giving away 2 games for gold subscribers a month. Right now we can download Assassin's Creed 2 for free. You can usually find a 12 month subscription for $35 if you scour the internet hard enough.

And not mods (well, you may be able to mod it depending on the model; some are easier than others), but if you sign up for bing rewards, you can earn free Microsoft points. I've cashed out over $100 since the start of the year. I pretty much don't have to buy games any more.

u/turtlesAlltheWaydwn · 11 pointsr/gaming

Afterglow Controllers

My roommates and I each own one for our rigs, they are the same shape and contours and are technically a Microsoft brand. Also they have a toggle light-up feature. $25 at Target

u/zackogenic · 10 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Wireless controller, $40 bucks on amazon.

u/videogameexpert · 10 pointsr/darksouls

While there will probably be rudimentary mouse and keyboard controls just like other xbox ports, I highly recommend buying a wired xbox (or xbox knock-off) controller for your PC. There are so many games that just play better on controller and as an avid PC gamer I believe this is one of them.

this controller is what I use for example.

u/samcuu · 9 pointsr/buildapc

It's much better, but also more expensive. If you are willing to expand your budget that much, go for it.

Here's one I put together. Still bigger than your budget, but not as much.

No need for a CPU cooler, the stock one will work just fine. Cheaper RAM, cheaper GPU (that would still be able to play those games).

Also the controller like in the Alienware link isn't $150. Amazon has it for $35.

u/AuldM · 9 pointsr/aww

Correct, that would be the matte silver controller. source

And that kitten is adorables!

u/Narrative_Causality · 9 pointsr/gaming

The 360 has a new D-pad for it's silver version:

It's VERY nice. It has a strong click when you press the directions.

u/Chaos20X6 · 9 pointsr/JojoHFTF

i heard someone won a tourney with a SNES pad, so anything with a d-pad focus and a diamond of face buttons that you find comfy.

Ideally you're gonna want to look for Xbox pads just cause they'll natively work on Windows. Personally I'm pretty new to non-Smash fighting games in general, Jojo included, but I've been using this MadCatz pad and it feels really nice in the hands, plus you can find it cheaper than the $30 US of this listing.

u/jbigboote · 7 pointsr/xbox360

have you seen the newer OEM controller, that has the "transforming" D-pad?

u/Sylux102 · 7 pointsr/emulation

I think there was a madcatz controller that did this. Lemme look it up.

EDIT: Something like the MadCatz MLG Pro controller, but with moveable face buttons as well in a module type setting.

u/lrv94 · 6 pointsr/gaming

I used it at a small nvidia event thing before it was released, but using the final retail model. I didn't really like it too much, I found the screen was a bit too small for some decent gaming, it was heavier than I expected it to be, the controller doesn't feel like it'd be comfortable for long term use and I overall didn't really get the point of it, as without the use of a VPN and always having a strong 4G LTE connection, you can only use it in your house, you know, the place where your PC is, and it's not like you can stream it from your PC, play on shield, do other stuff on pc (such as another user), overall, there's much cheaper solutions to this, if you have a gameklip and a wireless xbox controller with the dongle and some software called splashtop.

Also, shield requires a minimum of a GTX 660, the DIY version works with anything, except it does only stream at 800x600 (stable) and it only works on games that have borderless windowed (or just windowed, if you can deal with start menus etc), but it's a solution if you only play a few games and have a smartphone.

TL;DR: Screen too small, bit too heavy, uncomfortable to use for long periods of time, cheaper alternative if you don't mind some setbacks

EDIT: Word fail

u/aftli · 5 pointsr/ShouldIbuythisgame

Keep in mind that the one which comes with the dongle ($42) is only slightly more costly than the one that doesn't ($36). Not $20 more. So if you don't have a controller at all, it's not worth buying them separately.

u/FridayInc · 5 pointsr/rally

This is an afterglow 360 controller, it's a wired USB replica of a standard Microsoft 360 controller that works automatically on any windows PC. It is $27 and will make you infinitely better than using your keyboard.

u/NekoLas90 · 5 pointsr/darksouls

Well, this is what I used if you can figure out how to scrounge up the dough. Dark Souls is a lot of fun but I don't think you'll enjoy it as much with a kb/m, it was designed around a controller.

u/snake4851 · 4 pointsr/GameDeals

This is around normal price for the one without the receiver. This is the one without it

u/Hypobasis · 4 pointsr/Games

Couple more reasons for the 360 controller:

Most games support it out of the box, and most will replace the UI elements with their respective buttons. So, instead of saying "Press TAB to view the score", it will say "Press (BACK) to view the score" or "Right trigger to shot web" and such.

Off the top of my head I know that Skyrim and NFS: Hot Pursuit support it, along with RFG and just about every GFWL game.

You can also pick up a wired controller if that floats your boat, they work great as well and are slightly more hardy than the wireless FOB.

There's also a couple of variants of the 360 controller, the Onza and the Adjustable D-Pad one that fixes the shitty dpad a little bit.

u/CharlestonChewbacca · 4 pointsr/NintendoNX

I mean, honestly, I would like something like this that allows you to hotswap the layout of all 4 components.

In the current gen, I think the PS4 controller is the most comfortable and has the best buttons, but the XB1 has the best control sticks and the most practical layout, but I love the WiiU pro for classic games because using the DPad and the buttons makes it feel like a SNES controller.

u/NoSkillManiac · 3 pointsr/buildapc

I run with an Afterglow LED Wired Xbox controller. It's awesome, and you can toggle the glow between glow-on, glow-off, and a glow-on-vibration setting

u/admiralnorman · 3 pointsr/htpc


PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | AMD A8-7600 3.1GHz Quad-Core Processor | $69.99 @ SuperBiiz
Motherboard | MSI A68HI AC Mini ITX FM2+ Motherboard | $81.98 @ Newegg
Memory | G.Skill Ares Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-2400 Memory | $39.88 @ OutletPC
Storage | Seagate Pipeline HD 2TB 3.5" 5900RPM Internal Hard Drive | $52.90 @ Amazon
Case | Cooler Master Elite 130 Mini ITX Tower Case | $34.99 @ Newegg
Power Supply | Corsair CX 430W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply | $24.99 @ Newegg
Optical Drive | LG UH12NS30 Blu-Ray Reader, DVD/CD Writer | $42.99 @ SuperBiiz
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $382.72
| Mail-in rebates | -$35.00
| Total | $347.72
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-03-09 13:59 EST-0500 |

CPU and GPU - It comes with what is close to an R7 240 GPU. Should be competent in new stuff at 720p, and maybe even 1080p with the settings turned down.

Mobo - has the form factor you want, but also built in WiFi

RAM - These APU's like high speed memory. Make sure to manually share 2gb to it and set the correct xmp profile.

HDD - What you asked for. Although splurging a little to also add an SSD for the OS will make it feel a lot faster.

Case - One of the smaller ones that will take a normal sized Optical drive.

PSU - Whatever it'll work.

Optical Drive - Blu-Ray reader.

For Peripherals:

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

Keyboard | Logitech K400 Wireless Slim Keyboard w/Touchpad | $29.99 @ SuperBiiz
Game Pad| Xbox 360 Wireless Controller - Glossy Black| $34.95 @ Amazon
Game Pad Wireless Adapter| Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver for Windows| $22.96 @ Amazon
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total | $87.90
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-03-09 14:09 EST-0500 |

Keyboard - Love it. Range is great. Batteries last forever. Has a really cool left mouse button on the upper left hand corner.

Game Pad - Best cost/value product out there.

Game Pad Wireless Receiver - Needed for the controller.

u/nyef · 3 pointsr/lifeisstrange

Easiest thing to do would be to buy a wired 360 controller.

The game works perfectly with the 360 controller, no setup required.

If you go the wireless route you do need to purchase a wireless receiver. I bought a cheap knock-off receiver (was a lot cheaper than the official one) but windows doesn't automatically detect it as a 360 controller wireless receiver. You have to do the whole device manager dance to get the correct driver loaded. After that it worked perfectly. I imagine the official wireless receiver will be plug-and-play with windows 10.

u/iffy9096 · 3 pointsr/gaming

Love how the description is a lie.

>New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See the seller's listing for full details.

Also that's no where near $75 value,

Controller $38

Shell kit (You didn't even use a full shell kit either) - $8.50

So what you're saying is $31.50 is in labor? I modded three controllers in less than an hour.


Go rip people off elsewhere.

Edit: Maybe OP paid $18 for the combo deal on this.

u/StoicReflection · 3 pointsr/xbox

Any third party controller is going to be terrible.

Thats about the best you'll get online.

You might be able to snipe 12 controllers on ebay.

u/cheeseynacho42 · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I need this

Bartartabart - Being so nervous you can only speak nonsense.

u/andywade84 · 3 pointsr/gaming

[These] ( are meant to be quite good and are 15% smaller than a regular 360 controller and should work fine with PC

u/darthjammer224 · 3 pointsr/techsupportgore

got it at wally world for 35$, its smaller than a normal controller, barely best controller ive ever used and ive had the tourny kind and the afterglow, still beats them

u/hneeor · 3 pointsr/pcgaming

Cancel your order/contact your bank and get a refund. I'd recommend this controller. It has a lot of bad reviews but I've had it since December and use it to play Dark Souls and co-op with my girlfriend and have had no issues. It might not be the best for FPS games because it's not accurate like a mouse but as long as you handle it delicately, it should be fine.

u/TemptCiderFan · 2 pointsr/gaming

The PDP Afterglow is a solid bet. It's a cabled Xbox 360 controller that I personally find to have better ergonomics than the traditional 360 controller. D-pad on it is a damned sight better than the regular Xbox 360 controller's as well.

The Hori Gempad is another cheap option, and I can personally attest that the D-pad on the controller is fantastic for 2D fighters like SFV or Arc System Works games.

That said, corded official Xbox 360 controllers are like $15-$20 on Amazon. They're fine for 3D games but the D-pad is garbage.

u/brintnall12 · 2 pointsr/ShouldIbuythisgame

I only have one controller and it's this. I would play with the controller and my girlfriend would play with the keyboard. But, I know you can play with all controllers because when you play local co-op you have to go into a menu and choose which player uses which controller.

u/Allisonaxe · 2 pointsr/Steam

what MrJDMTyte said is true: most pc games released today will have 360 controller support. Third party 360 controllers work too. I personally use one of these because its about as good as a stock 360 controller (better in some ways actually: the dpad is nicer) and also its probably one of the cheapest xbox specific controllers you can find. the light is annoying but it does turn off.

u/archontruth · 2 pointsr/ffxiv

I use an X-Box 360 controller, and have no problem with the d-pad. It works very well, and since it's a Microsoft product, the drivers download automatically, it's plug(-configure)-and-play. Just make sure you get one with a USB connector, like the Afterglow

u/Jwood013 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Wired Xbox 360 controller. You can also get a wireless controller but you'll need a wireless dongle for it.

u/stevoism · 2 pointsr/gaming


This one claims new on amazon, and is from Microsoft.

The last photo is how I recall the packaging looking like if you still rather use eBay.

u/a_haar · 2 pointsr/YELLOWLEAGUE

You can buy a wireless controller for 36 bucks on Amazon.

u/GlakeBriffin · 2 pointsr/mw3

I bought mine off Amazon for like $30 using Amazon Prime.

edit: they apparently increased the price to $37 now.

u/fm87 · 2 pointsr/Games


You can get one off Newegg or Amazon for around that cheap. Both wired and wireless are around the same price, and they go on sale quite often. I bought one not long ago for $18.99 off Newegg.

u/jjnich · 2 pointsr/gaming

Double reverse lawyered. Not all controllers come with play and charge kits.

u/MrMaxPowers247 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My favorite / thing I want most is the Intel Nuc but an xbox control is what I need most (I keep accidentally knifing when playing bf4, very frustrating)

u/tonekinfarct · 2 pointsr/Steam

Fair enough.

The wireless one is 37.and change

u/Reedalini · 2 pointsr/Steam

I found the controller at my local Gamestop, this is the closest I could find: (didn't come with Play and Charge)

I use an adapter from Newegg to use it on my computer:

u/BlueBrat · 2 pointsr/emulation

Yeah it's not well advertised. I own 4 of these Silver models when they first came out:

Check out the reviews. Not everyone likes it.

u/TheKillingVoid · 2 pointsr/Team_Awesome

Perhaps I wasn't clear enough. I'm not for it and I think it's a waste of time. Been there, tried them, found it a waste of money too. Xbox controls aren't architected to make a mouse useful at all, so an interpreter only 'approximates' a melding of the two, which makes it worse than either in my book. This thing is new on the market and likely sucks even more than the Xim, which is on rev3. As this touts to need 'no firmware', I'm positive that it will suck, due to the dead zone and x/y tweaks that are required for Xim to work correctly between every game released. BC2, Halo, COD, etc each required an adjustment scheme to just get your pointer to move correctly due to programming. Up/down vs left/right movement on BC2 is different even than BF3. Different game, different profile, giant pain in the ass even when it didn't make me nauseaus. An xbox is always the same, and your mind does the adjustments, even with beer.

Hell, read the Amazon reviews yourself, it's got lot's of meh going on, and a fail clip to boot.

If it was a significant advantage, it would be more prevalent, banned, or obvious. (If it's a 'marginal' benefit, so is RedBull, glasses, pot and coffee.) As the evidence points in the opposite direction, I feel it's a waste of breath arguing about it too. It gets pc players on their xbox, chatting with their friends, hence Micro$oft isn't against taking their money.

By the same token, I find all the xbox vs pc hoopla gets in the way of discussing actual strategy too. Then too, judging TA by the top posts isn't wise anyway. At least they're not all about kittens.

u/idkwhattoputhere00 · 2 pointsr/Gamingcirclejerk

So I've had this third party xbox 360 controller for a while, and the right stick has this weird issue where no matter how you control the stick, in game the camera can only move diagonally, so basically when you move the right stick to the right, the x-axis and the y-axis increase at the same time. Anyone have any pointers on trying to fix this? I've done multiple driver resets across multiple pcs, but it has not worked properly once. And incase its unfixable, whats a cheap xbox controller I can get thats wireless and works perfectly?

u/Fortehlulz33 · 2 pointsr/gaming

Boom. Not Logitech, but similar concept.

u/TalkingRaccoon · 2 pointsr/SteamController

I would like to hotswap the joystick for a real dpad so I could have both. Like this thing

u/MrMosinMan89 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

This thing costs $90!. And they say PC gaming is too expensive...

u/argnoth · 2 pointsr/Fighters
u/sk8rbunn · 2 pointsr/Steam

I use a Rock Candy Controller that I got on sale at best buy for like $15, and it's working great.

u/SethArnok · 2 pointsr/Steam

Identical to the xbox 360 wired controller.

You can get them at gamestop & bestbuy too.

u/Basta_Abuela_Baby · 2 pointsr/gadgets

Those have excellent d-pads when they're raised, and I believe the "transforming d-pad" gimmick was a ruse by Microsoft to circumvent the d-pad patent. I've never found a situation where you'd want the less accurate d-pad mode. ;)

u/tr1ppn · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have a bunch of items listed as highest priority. It was a guitar up until I bought one for myself at guitar center. Now I need things like a stand, picks, a strap, etc.

My highest priority item is probably this toolkit which has been on my WL since I joined RAOA. I have no idea why I still haven't just gotten it for myself considering I could have many times over. We have basically no tools in our apartment, so I'm even more useless than normal when it comes to fixing things.

I REALLY need a new 360 controller. I may or may not have shattered mine a while back, and I'm currently playing with it held together by tape, and sometimes a button or two doesn't work. It's really frustrating.

I also have GT6 listed as highest, because it is honestly my favorite gaming franchise of all time, and I love every one of the GT games.

This thing is listed as highest because I would really like to listen to my own music in the car, but don't have an aux cable. I can get one, but I need a special part (because my car stereo is set up REALLY stupid), and it's $120 and comes from the UK. That item is listed as highest priority too, but it's not on amazon.

By the way, you are awesome :D :D

u/Antabaka · 2 pointsr/gaming

Yes, as opposed to that. That is an Xbox controller that is both wired and wireless, but would not work with an adapter like that.

u/Big_Metal_Unit · 2 pointsr/dragonage

If money isn't a problem, I'm happy with this setup though it's a bit more expensive than is necessary:

  • 360 rechargable controller with transforming D-pad
  • Wireless connecter for PC (needed if you go with a wireless controller)
  • Squidgrip (comfort)

    The more expensive "play and charge" version doesn't require swapping batteries, you just plug it in to recharge (where it becomes a regular Wired controller so you can still use it), and that's worth the extra $20 to me. The squid-grips, when applied properly, make holding the controller more comfortable.
u/DJMattB241 · 2 pointsr/gaming

One of these guys:

With one of these guys:

Microsoft-branded wireless adapters require almost zero setup on Win 7+. Plug it in, give it a few seconds to find/install the hardware, sync controller, done. (and then you're ready to add up to 3 more controllers, easy peasy)

EDIT: If you're going with wired, get the Xbox One controller. Plugs in with the included microUSB charging cable, detects instantly, bam.

u/the_masked_cabana · 2 pointsr/nes

I never liked the original dpad on the 360 controller. It pretty much ruined fighting games on the Xbox for me. I've always found the best way to test a dpad on an emulator is to boot up Contra and try and hold right/down so your character runs to the right while aiming diagonally down in front of him. If he lays down or just runs to the right, the controller isn't going to work. If you're looking for another Xbox controller you could spend another $40-$50 on an 8-way dpad. I recommend a dualshock 3 (Sony) controller if you have one, as the dpad is far more responsive.

u/XprojectbadassX · 2 pointsr/pcgaming

It's nice to see two comments to this already and neither are flaming you for using a controller on PC. Maybe the war is over. I got a [gold chrome Xbox 360 controller] ( on sale last year and have been using it for all of my controller-worthy games. The only drawback is that you need a [wireless receiver] (, but other than that, it's perfect.

u/LostRapture · 2 pointsr/thedivision

I use Xbox 360 controller. It works amazing. Most games have it already setup and the keys map as soon as you plug the controller in.
The controller I use. I honestly hate the keyboard/mouse. (will probably get hate for that) but I cant stand them. I have played on consoles only except for the last year or so and I still love the controller.

u/Destillat · 2 pointsr/RocketLeague

If you're doing KBM out of necessity but think you'd be happier playing with a controller, I'd say go controller.

I am 100% on board w/ keyboard but that's because it's how I play games, especially games with driving, unless I absolutely can't for some reason (Super Meatboy was just impossible at some parts for me without a controller, I can play emulators with a keyboard but when you start getting into the Playstation era it gets a bit difficult and less fun).

I choose to not use a controller because I know that A) I will be objectively worse and B) I just like how KBM feels.

It sounds like you might be happier with a controller. I don't know much about the steam controller so I can't really give specific recommendations, but back in the day I bought one of these:

Relatively cheap. This was probably around 2010 and it's still kicking today (admittedly I use mine a lot less than others would).

If you're interested in some of the features that the steam controller can offer via steamplay or whatever its called, I'd say hold out for that.

If you decide to go the keyboard route, mechanical KBs exist for cheaper than what you see on sale from the standard selection RAZER BLACKWIDOW XXX DEATH RGB SLICER TURBOv2 OWNAGE . I use a razer at home and a Rosewill for work, the Razer is nice but it was really indulgent and doesn't add much that the Rosewill doesn't have other than macro keys.

I've also just played on regular old keyboards and they work fine, so barring a mechanism failing (like you've described in your setup) really any keyboard should be about as good as the next.

u/PsychoBoyBlue · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

What are your thoughts on the Xbox One controller and where can you get one that looks that amazing?

I play a lot of twin stick shooters and platformers and my Afterglow 360 controller I got for $20 2 years ago just isn't cutting it anymore.

u/Tyrannosaurus_Rox_ · 2 pointsr/RocketLeague

I really like the afterglow controllers I dare say they have even better quality than oem Xbox 360 controllers

u/iCeCoCaCoLa64 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Dude, my friend plays the shit out of Paragon and he'd love this. Entering.

u/Sharrakor · 2 pointsr/bestof

Any Xbox 360 or Xbox One controller will work just fine (well, some people have a hate-on for the original 360's D-Pad).

When it comes to 360 controllers, I'm a fan of the PDP Rock Candy. They're cheap, but outside of lacking rumble, it doesn't feel like they skimped on parts.

u/radiorental · 2 pointsr/PS4

Interesting. Would something like the 'nunchuck' controller on the venomX work for your left hand?

u/GTAStunting · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

I'm glad more people know about this, I don't use Playstation controllers but the issue is the same with Xbox One controllers as well and a few 360 controllers. I don't play Rocket League either haha, I actually found about the issue when playing GTA V on PC, and I noticed that I could spin faster on a bike after switching from my Xbox One controller to my 360 controller. If anyone has any information on how to edit the settings for the Xbox One controller to make the range higher I'd really appreciate, because my only option is to use other controllers.

Anyways hopefully I can help you guys out a bit who are looking for a better controller, I've bought both of these 360 controllers and I've noticed the range of motion is a lot higher than the PS4/XB1 controllers. For some reason it seems like 3rd party controllers have a higher range of motion.

Xbox 360 Afterglow Controller

Xbox 360 MadCatz Pro

The Afterglow Controller I have has a higher range than the Madcatz controller but the Madcatz controller is still pretty high. Also keep in mind I've had the Afterglow for about 5 years now, so I doubt they would have made any design changes to mess with the range but it's always possible.

One more thing, I don't really expect an answer from this but does anyone know anything about this controller? I've been wondering how the range is compared to the original Xbox One controller.

u/AH64 · 1 pointr/battlefield3

You're having troulbe turning because you're not supposed to use a mouse to fly. (Even though flying helicopters with a mouse was wonderful in Desert Combat). I've been using this and it's done wonders to my flying.

u/Rhymes03 · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

I've heard nothing but awful things about the steam controllers. Other than that its a personal preference. Im using an afterglow xbox 360 controller and its the best. Plus its only $20 on amazon. As long as you dont mind a wired controller. Here is a link to amazon if its something your interested in. Plus you can chose LED colors.

u/talenklaive · 1 pointr/Steam

I don't know about Playstation controllers, but I use a 3rd party Xbox 360 controller that works well:

If you prefer the feel of the Xbox one controller, they make it as well:

I personally like the Afterglow controllers because they're well built, proportioned correctly, and feel good in the hands. Also, the annoying glow effect can be disabled...there's a button on the back side that changes modes from on constantly, flashing /w rumble, or off completely.

u/FlyingRock · 1 pointr/Games

I play both console and PC, there's serious positives and negatives to both but I want to set a few things straight.

controllers, keep in mind this is the equivalent of buying a mouse and keyboard for PC gaming and Alot of PC gamers own $50+ mice/keyboards.

Yes first party Wireless controllers are $50 new, but they're usually on sale for $40 or less wired are $40 new but again usually on sale, I got mine a few months ago for $25

Also there's some decent enough third party controllers that cost less such as afterglow And some that cost a little more This is Xbox prices mind you, they're the more expensive of the two and there's considerably less third party support on the Xbox


The best (in my opinion) mono set for the Xbox is $10 But usable ones are as cheap as [$5] ( Stereo headsets cost a bit more at $30 and up but thats the same on the PC too.

Also console games drop in price relatively quickly with one exception, the COD series.

Otherwise I agree with you.

u/EasternYugo · 1 pointr/Surface

I was just going to post a question about that. a lot of the controllers are saying Windows XP VISTA and 7 no mention of 8, can it work with 8?

u/clarque_ · 1 pointr/Gaming4Gamers

I own an Afterglow for Xbox 360. It's a pretty good controller, but I don't like the fact that it's smooth plastic. I get sweaty palms when I game a lot and that makes for a slippery controller.

Now I'm using a Steam Controller for all of my PC gaming. I like it, but it definitely took some getting used to.

I'd recommend just buying a wired brand name controller. Everything is plug and play these days, so you'll have no problem setting it up.

u/panxzz · 1 pointr/gaming

Thats the one I picked up for almost half the price of an official microsoft one

u/Merglyn · 1 pointr/pcgaming

Here's a link to the one I use

You do have to manually install the drivers though, so you have to download the regular Xbox controller drivers,

then go into devices on control panel, select the controller, find drivers, then manually find drivers, then you can select from a list of installed drivers (which the Xbox drivers should be included in).

The controller feels like a normal Xbox controller, which is what I'm used to, so I approve.

Hope that helps!

u/AdmiralSkippy · 1 pointr/gaming

I do but that doesn't matter since here's which gives me American pricing ( gives Canadian). The controller is $37 on sale from $50. There's some that are less than $30 but they're all on sale. Regular price they're no less than $40 unless you're looking at off brand controllers which are $30 regular price.

u/EChondo · 1 pointr/gaming

Oh yup that's the problem. It has to be a pure USB controller, it can't be plug and charge kit.

You need one of these if you want to use a wireless controller.

Or a USB one;

u/DTMaster · 1 pointr/GameDeals

I think the better deal is the silver one with charge and play. Here.

u/TankorSmash · 1 pointr/GameDeals

I've had mine since launch, don't use it whatsoever. I plug in my 360 controller to my PC, and I don't use my Steamlink because a) I don't need it at all and b) the minor delay is unbearable for me.

If you don't have a x360 controller, you can get one for 30$ on amazon, but you lose the configuration options you'd get with Steam and it's not wireless.

u/Titan285k · 1 pointr/hardwareswap
u/A_Neaunimes · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
u/awesome-face · 1 pointr/buildapcforme

How much can your budget stretch? You could cut corners a few places if really wanted to, but let me explain why I chose what I did.

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i5-4440 3.1GHz Quad-Core Processor | $189.98 @ SuperBiiz
Motherboard | Gigabyte GA-H97M-HD3 Micro ATX LGA1150 Motherboard | $74.99 @ Amazon
Memory | PNY XLR8 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | $68.12 @ Amazon
Storage | Crucial MX100 256GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $109.97 @ SuperBiiz
Storage | Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $53.99 @ B&H
Video Card | Sapphire Radeon R9 290 4GB Tri-X Video Card | $293.98 @ SuperBiiz
Case | Corsair 200R ATX Mid Tower Case | $44.99 @ Amazon
Power Supply | Corsair CX 600W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply | $64.99 @ Amazon
Optical Drive | Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer | $16.98 @ OutletPC
Operating System | Microsoft Windows 8.1 - 64-bit (OEM) (64-bit) | Purchased For $0.00
Monitor | Acer G237HLbi 60Hz 23.0" Monitor | $129.99 @ Newegg
Keyboard | Logitech K750 Wireless Slim Keyboard | $39.99 @ Amazon
Headphones | Kingston HyperX Cloud Pro Headset | $79.99 @ Amazon
| | Total
| Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available | $1167.96
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-11-01 00:34 EDT-0400 |


The basic standard for a higher end gaming pc these days is a modern i5. Intel’s i5-4440 is the base i5 of their latest CPU release, and will perform excellently.


Gigabyte makes quality pc parts and this mother board has a modern chip set, onboard USB 3.0 headers and six sata 6 Gb/s ports. Besides the sata 6 ports this motherboard isn’t that feature rich, but it is more affordable board and you will be unlikely to use those extra features anyway.


A basic set of 1 x 8GB RAM stick. Nothing to fancy but it should do the job well.


Once you experience a SSD you just can’t bring yourself to continue to let others suffer. The Curial MX100 is a well-reviewed modern SSD that has very good performance. It will make your boot up times super-fast, your OS will feel snappier and anything installed on it will open so much quicker.


1TB should be plenty of space for a good amount of games. But if you find it is not enough, you will have three open sata 6 ports for plenty of expandability.


The R9 290 is the best high end “bang for your buck” card right now. Now you could go with a cheaper R9 290 but it might not have as nice of a cooler on it. Sapphire makes some of the best coolers for AMD cards and should perform great while staying cool and silent.


Corsair knows how to make a good case and the 200R is a great case at a great price.


A well trusted power supply that will be enough to power the thirsty R9 290, plus as an added bonus, it is semi modular!

Optical Drive

Technically it is entirely possible to go without a disk drive now a days, but I think they are nice to have.


I understand that you already have access to an OS so I did not include it in the price.


For 1080p 23” really seems to be the sweet spot, big enough you can see it easily, but small enough that the pixel density isn't to noticeable. One thing to note is that this monitor doesn't have built in speakers, so you would have to use the headphones to hear any audio coming from your pc.


More of a basic keyboard but it is decent (especially for its price)


A solid pair of head phones with a balanced sound signature. They should do well for music and games.

Additional thoughts

The only thing I would really consider "missing" is speakers and some sort of game controller. I especially recommend a game controller if you plan on playing either of the dark souls games. If you happen to have a wired xbox 360 controller you can just download some software and simply plug it into a USB port. Or if you have a wireless receiver you can use wireless controllers as well. If you need speakers and a controller (at this budget) let me know and I will tweak some things. Just so you know a wired controller costs a little over $30 a wired is around $35 but the wireless reciever you will need runs around $11.

Let me know if you have any questions!

u/AndCockGoesTheGun · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

You bought this for $70? Looks like Amazon's selling them new for just under $40. Amazon Canada sells them for $45 CAD (about $32 US)

Do you still want to sell this? Considering the price you paid for it, not sure if you'd want to keep it.

u/Atom_Bomb · 1 pointr/xbox360

not really that great of a deal

  • Controller - $37.34

  • Remote - $16.50

  • HDMI Cable - $4.41

  • 3 Months Gold - $14.98

    Total Cost - $73.72

    Also I didn't look that hard but on most of those I'm sure even better deals could be found. I do see the merit in paying a little extra to get it all in one package and also have the convenience of buying from a store and avoiding the wait for shipping.
u/Symbiocide · 1 pointr/xbox

Wireless is $37.99.


u/MifengNoMai · 1 pointr/Borderlands
Get yourself one of those, you can plug it in to your pc and use it.

As to how you can get used to keyboard and mouse, it's all about practice, you'll get better and better

u/verrius · 1 pointr/Games

Looks like the list price is $50, but Amazon has them for $37

u/SimplePizza · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Destroy the mind of your foes! Crush their dreams and hopes, and ruin their chances at an achievement! :D

Edit: That would be for a gaming contest, I figured I'd put something gaming related up for my link. xD

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/Steam


^That's ^why ^I'm ^here, ^I ^don't ^judge ^you. ^PM ^/u/xl0 ^if ^I'm ^causing ^any ^trouble. ^WUT?

u/ProN00b · 1 pointr/gaming

That is only counting Amazon. Lets see what the used controllers are going for at lowest 23$. And as a customer I now have virtually no reason to shop at gamestop because why waste my money when I can use Amazon who is a much better middleman than gamestop? You would go out of business because the competition is making a better offer than you. It only works for gamestop because of low customer knowledge, laziness, and a good chunk of gamers are minors. Though on occasion gamestop will have the better price or close enough to be worth the extra for convenience, but that's rare in my experience.

You don't have to believe, source here It's not as absurd as others said but it's still shows how much Gamestop relies on used games sales.

The video game market is very different from other markets.

u/gamerkim28 · 1 pointr/MvC3

The easiest (and probably cheapest) option would be to get the new 360 controller

If you didn't know, the d-pad can actually transforms from the disc into a traditional plus d-pad. Probably your easiest and cheaper option. If you know who Fanatiq is (a pad player of MvC2 fame), he uses this pad when playing MvC3 and said that he loves it.

If all else fails, I suggest you hit up Tech Talk on SRK. I'm sure someone will have an answer for you there.

u/Zibber · 1 pointr/gaming

I have it and love it. The morphing d-pad isn't that helpful because it is still just a disk that moves the exact same as the normal controller. The main reason I wanted it was for the sticks; instead of the bumps that wear out for grip it has an entire ridge around. They don't wear out and feel much better on my thumbs.

Those worried about price; you can get it on amazon for $45.

u/cybrian · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

Unfortunately this was one of the less attractive official colors, and it was one of the few that came with the upgraded twistable d-pad. Fortunately, a $2 AliExpress shell would make it not look so bad.

I have a silver chrome one myself. Definitely not my favorite controller. I prefer my matte silver with monochrome buttons.

u/jgclark · 1 pointr/gaming

This is the newer model with the improved D-Pad (and the description claims improved shoulder buttons, as well).

I don't think this has a wired variant.

u/step1makeart · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

there is a version with a new dpad, but It's not going to be this cheap

u/Honda_TypeR · 1 pointr/GameDeals

Here is link to the silver one.. you linked black one there

u/work_throwaway_today · 1 pointr/Fighters


amazon canada sucks.

u/taxi_drivr · 1 pointr/ShieldAndroidTV

sadly I can't find any of these for a reasonable price, all going for a lotta dough online.

there was this ugly wwe model that I can't bear to have lying around my place lol

close second though missing that sweet d-pad and doesn't come in black..

u/TerminalBrilliance · 1 pointr/battlefield3

Though it'd be quite a few notes more, I've considered buying one of these for myself (I got my Xbox 360 for free and have no desire to go back to PC gaming, though that's what I grew up on...).

u/DivinityCycle · 1 pointr/emulation

This is the controller you're talking about?

What OS are you using and what driver are you using for the controller?

u/Terazilla · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

XBox controller all the way. 360 or One, doesn't really matter much between them.

Don't go PS4, support is more pain in the assy, and while tons of games have real support for the XBox controller with proper button prompts and stuff, that is not the case for a Playstation controller.

I actually bizarrely like a third party 360 controller made by PowerA called the Pro EX Mini, since it has a post-patent dpad and a nice feel. People probably will think I'm crazy though.

u/NotSoSlenderMan · 1 pointr/xbox360

I bought this controller and I have not had that much play time with it, but so far it seems to be reliable. I wanted a wired controller and could not find a Microsoft one anywhere locally, so I opted for this. Hated doing it at first but it really does feel well made. My only complaint is due to it being slightly smaller, it takes some time to get in the groove. It killed my shooting ability in Call of Duty. For games like Bioshock and Minecraft I didn't really expect anything different. I would always recommend Microsoft controllers first but for an aftermarket it is beyond expectations. Although, due to experience with MadKatz shit, they were very low expectations.

u/Saintwalker · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

I'm not a girl, but a quick google search found me this

u/ForTrading22 · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

This is my 20 second Google clicking the first link. I'm sure there are also better ones

u/trip354 · 1 pointr/darksouls

I just got a controller with a fan in it off amazon, and love it. I was planning on getting a controller just for Dark Souls, but then the Steam summer sale happened...

u/PassionateL0ver · 1 pointr/PS2Cobalt

Best sniper EU.

I recommend this for even better results.

u/ixireveng3ixi · 1 pointr/gaming
u/killfixx · 1 pointr/gaming

I've had both and prefer the xbox controller. I have a musculoskeletal disorder that prevents me from using controllers like the PS4 style with the analog in the middle on the left side.

This is literally the only reason I didn't keep my Steam controller.

I'm still hoping for a new Steam controller that has interchangeable controls, like this from MadCatz.

Unfortunately, they don't. :(

u/Djnuggets · 1 pointr/PS3

I don't know about the quality of these but there are definitely options out there is you search. Here are a few I found.
This one is by Rocketfish
One from Gamestop
A more expesive, but MLG endorsed one. I think I saw this at Gamestop for cheaper too though.
Edit: Fixed the 3rd link.

u/ChalkboardCowboy · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

>Do you guys know where I can find controllers for cheap?

No but I know someone who does.

On a less snarky note, I bought this at Wal-Mart for my son about four months ago and he hasn't broken it yet.

u/alamaias · 1 pointr/buildapc

I have four of these kicking around for local co-op games on my pc. No software needed, just plug them in.

u/huntero7298 · 1 pointr/gaming

I had one of these that i used for awhile. It worked pretty well except the triggers were either at 0% or 100% with no in between.

Starting using my official wireless 360 controller with this. It's much more responsive

u/NathanHammerTime · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

I personally use this one and it works perfectly fine. You don't need the Xbone or DS4 if you don't want to pay the money. I got mine for 20 dollars at a gamestop.

u/Liquidska · 1 pointr/AskGames

Steam Controller and for multiplayer a Rock Candy 360 controller. Will eventually just pick up a second steam but the rock candy has been solid for about 3-4 years now!

u/GreninjaStar · 1 pointr/dragonballfighterz

The first controller that comes to mind for good D Pads on PC would be the Xbox 360 controller with a transforming D Pad. It's a metal D Pad that has a much better design than the original 360 D Pad (the cross part is a lot more concaved and your thumb more easily slides over it). Also you can twist the D Pad itself to have the corner bits drop away so you just have the cross part of the D Pad that your thumb touches.

At some point I plan on modding my Switch Pro controller like this guy did:

u/Direwar · 1 pointr/starcitizen

There's the fragfx nunchuk thing too, but I've never tried it. I actually sometimes use a nunchuk myself (with a wiimote too), so yeah they can be handy at times.

u/drterdsmack · 1 pointr/xboxone

I always wondered if one of these was worth it.

u/jarrettbraun · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

No letter 'M', but I thought this Golden Xbox 360 controller is pretty tight.

I'd like one month of gold because I've never had it and would just like to see what it's all about. Fun contest!

I'd prefer platinum-190

Edit: THANKS FOR THE GOLD! I'm excited to play around with it. :-D

u/Bjoernsson · 1 pointr/pics

Remembers me of this

u/Burmi4Breakfast · 1 pointr/darksouls

I'm using Afterglow xbox 360 controller and playing the game on pc (steam) no emu.

u/Zeig_101 · 1 pointr/patientgamers

There's always these:

They just require a bit of manual setup in the way of forcing it to use the microsoft xb360 controller drivers, as windows doesn't automatically recognize it as an xb360 controller sometimes. Only have to do it once.

u/lordgiraffe68 · 1 pointr/darksouls

Will they work? Yes. Though it's a SIN to pay that much. I've been using these bad boys for years now. You should be able to pick one up at any decent game store (I've even seen them at wallmart) Never bought one online but 30 USD on amazon is about what they normally go for.

Don't worry: LEDs can be toggled off

u/beanBea · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I remember buying it at gamestop 4 years ago.
The picture is a really crappy Quality though

u/RipWitch · 1 pointr/Steam

Most people use TeamSpeak, Skype, or Discord when playing with others

I would get a Xbox controller as most games use it as a base (I use the Xbox 360 Afterglow controller)

Here are the free games I've played. I highly recommend Spooky's Jump Scare Mansion, but all of them are pretty good

If you want to see games I recommend (but aren't free) just tell me =)

u/ZappaKappa · 1 pointr/buildapc

I don't think that PCSX2 and SCPServer are related, since PCSX2 is a PlayStation 2 emulator and SCPServer is a DS4 connector. However, I've read a lot about the usefulness of the PS4 controller for gaming and from what I've read, you're better of using a Xbox controller because microsoft acually supports that. I find it kinda strange that this sub recommended you the PS4 controller since steam doesn't fully support it, while is does support a Xbox controller for most games.

You might want to sell your PS4 controller on Ebay and check if there are any cheap Xbox controllers for sale, or look at some aftermarket controllers like this one

I myself bought the console because I was a peasant and now I just use it for some exclusives and now and then to use the controllers on my pc.

u/OfficialXhil · 1 pointr/gameswap

I have an Afterglow(Blue) Wired Xbox 360 controller that I'd be willing to trade.

Looks like this one

u/redheadredshirt · 1 pointr/deadcells

I use an XBox One controller. Standard wired XBox controller will also work. (Playing this, among a bunch of other platformers and fighters suddenly, killed my other controller so I upgraded to the XB1)

If you get an XB1 controller, the USB receiver is $20 on Amazon.

Controller w/receiver combo:

Receiver by itself:

Wired controller I'd recommend if you want to go the cheap (price, not quality) route:

u/yrg25 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Afterglow Wired Controller for Xbox 360 - Red

u/BBLF5112 · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Just make sure you don't get one of these guys:

That is the same one I received but I ordered the OEM one from OP's link. Good thing Amazon return policy is great.

u/arkangelshadow007 · 1 pointr/diablo3

do you think this unnoficial wired one will work? or the one for xbox one, if im buying originals?

u/kinyutaka · 1 pointr/gaming

How would a battery pack and wireless adapter be cheaper than picking up a RockCandy Wired 360 Controller

u/beyphy · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

I got this on Amazon for around $11. I eventually switched to a much nicer official Xbox controller. But I still have the controller and I used it for a long time.

u/El_Diablito · 1 pointr/battlefield_one

Actually there is a hybrid controller and mouse combo that has been out for a while: Tuact Venom. There are also keyboard and mouse adapters too for consoles.

u/zaqintosh · 1 pointr/gaming

So I'll probably generate hate from this, but I'm a PC player turned ps4 owner, I could not stand FPSs with the native ps4 controller (it just feels like throwing a baseball with my bad hand in terms metaphorical accuracy) and ended up getting this mouse / controller for ps4:

You have to turn off auto aim, and it works well enough on most ps4 games. That said, I've since upgraded my PC and will not likely play anymore FPS games on console... Witcher 3 (and similar style games) on console is fun for me just using the regular native controller.

u/Wrightboy · 0 pointsr/buildapcsales

If you're after 360 controllers, be sure to use this link instead ಠ_ಠ

u/ImNotATexan · 0 pointsr/gaming
  1. Steam Controller - might be able to maintain some continuity in letting you play mouse-needed games from a controller, but otherwise is a pretty good hybrid that will work for everything and has robust support through Steam, and totally customizable configurations on a per game basis. Also if you have a modern Samsung UHD tv, the Steam Link beta is free (works wonderfully) and the Steam Controller is one of the two controller types it currently supports. $49.99, includes everything needed.

  2. Xbox 360 Controller - Will work on basically every game, but some games - even those with 360 pad support - will be retarded and not recognize it, like Dead Rising 2 Off the Record. Not much to say, it's a great controller. You have to buy the wireless dongle separately, it's usually like $30 for the dongle and at this point I'd say $30 or $40 for the controller.

  3. Xbox One Controller - better than the 360 controller, but, despite natively having drivers in Windows 8 and 10, it has a lot of driver related problems. Does not include accessories - if you have an S type or newer controller, they have Bluetooth support. You can only pair one XB1 controller via Blue Tooth at a time to your PC. Wireless adapter accessory is somewhat unreliable - it may not ever work for you, period, might work fine. Controller - $40 if lucky to $70+. I have 3, got one for free, one with console, paid $60 or so for my Gears 4 limited ed version. Also the battery life is kind of terrible, I'd say 30 hours if you're lucky.

  4. Dual Shock 4 - I have no experience whatsoever with this controller on PC but it does require a separate adapter for wireless. Personally I don't like the feel of it, it's too lightweight when I have used it and the sensor bar seems pointless. It seems like it's probably solid though.

  5. Logitech F310 - Wired but absolutely solid controller, no input delay. The layout is PS2 Dual Shock 2, with Xbox face buttons and PS2 style sticks, but the actual thumbgrips are more like XB360 if I remember right. D-pad is one solid piece like the 360 controller. It will work with literally everything, flawlessly, except games that have hardcoded controls like KOF98 / 2000 etc. The only annoying thing is the xinput/directinput switch is in the place where you would expect the Select button to be on a Dual Shock 2, and the select / start are above that. This can often lead to you changing the input on accident, which will basically screw you in any third person game because both camera and character control will stop working. Also the back of the controller is more angled than the DualShock 2. You should be able to grab one for cheap - they've been around for at least 6 years. Despite the 1 piece d-pad I actually think it does fairly well for fighting games, too. It's well made and can survive a lot of abuse. I've dropped mine, stood on it, dropped it, tossed it, thrown it, yanked it from the USB port on purpose and on accident, and it's in perfect shape still 6 years later.

  6. Logitech F710 - everything above but wireless, maybe a slight input delay, and it also has a vibration switch across from the input select. Different color, 2.4ghz band. $50

    I personally would recommend the F310, if near the PC but the cord is not very long, so more likely the F710, or the 360 controller. I like the XB1 controller but it's battery life is simply unacceptable, and I don't use it enough that I'm willing to consider the sync problems acceptable when I do.
u/Uniporpose · 0 pointsr/gaming
u/DuckTapeHero · 0 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Never mind I looked for it and apparently I was smoking crack. The design is different, but there's no mention of the dpad being improved in any way.

And never mind. It looks like this

It doesn't swivel anymore it's straight cardinal direction inputs.

u/RockHardRetard · -1 pointsr/GameDeals
u/Fizzwidgy · -1 pointsr/gaming

They make controllers that are flipped anyway, fuck they make them interchangeable now too.