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Review: Razer Wildcat Controller for Xbox One and Windows Some controllers can't be tamed

Review: Razer Wildcat Controller for Xbox One and Windows

The [Razer Wildcat Controller](http://www.windowscentral.com/tag/razer-wildcat) for Xbox One and Windows is a direct competitor to Microsoft's Elite controller, selling for the same $149.99 price. Although the Wildcat lacks wireless support, it sports several unique features of its own such as a four-button d-pad, built-in headset volume controls, four unique multi-function buttons,...

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Sticker Bomb Xbox One controller review Put some excitement in your Xbox One controller

Sticker Bomb Xbox One controller review

Last month we reported on a new Xbox One controller design from Controller Modz, a UK-based controller modding specialist. The company basically allows users to buy authentic first-party controllers for a variety of consoles and choose to have them decorated with a variety of custom paint jobs and designs. The service doesn't come cheap, but Controller Modz promises professional-quality...

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Guide – How to use the Xbox One controller with your PC or Windows 8 tablet [Updated]

Guide – How to use the Xbox One controller with your PC or Windows 8 tablet [Updated]

The Xbox One controller is one of the finest control pads ever designed. The same goes for the Titanfall Limited Edition Controller we just reviewed. But one flaw compared to Xbox 360 controllers is that Xbox One controllers don’t work on computers and tablets. Blame Microsoft, who have yet to release a PC driver even though it would take virtually no effort to do so. Luckily, a...

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