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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:10pm 06/12/17 | 0 Comments
In age of the wireless everything the new premium Xbox and Windows 10 controller from Razer stands out. In that it's a wired offering without the ability to go cable free. But other than that kind of strange design decision the Wolverine Tournament Edition is an exceptional controller, and a definite step up from the standard Xbox One offering.


Ergonomically the Wolverine falls into the Xbox One family of peripherals quite nicely with the same comfortable and familiar shape. One that only begins to reveal its variations and subtleties once held. Perhaps one aspect of going the wired route, and really the only plus for this decision, comes down to the exceptional weight and balance of this controller. And really, compared to the standard Xbox One controller the Wolverine feels more natural. Lighter, better balanced, sturdier. Throw in the grips and great quality analogue sticks and you can see why it fetches a premium price. Even without the whole wireless thing.

As a razer product in the year 2017 of course you get full RGB and programmable Chroma lighting, which is a nice touch. Replacing the white glow of the guide button of the standard Xbox One controller offers a more visually appealing look, that thankfully can also be adjusted for brightness, pattern, and so forth.


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