Razer Onza Tournament Edition - Xbox 360 controller
28 April 2011
Conclusion: The Razer Onza Tournament Edition isn’t going to entirely replace my wireless official Xbox 360 controller. However, it is a solid second pad that I'll be using to complement the wirelress controller and use particularly for playing shooters, an area where it really excels.
Conclusion: Razer has made a strong effort in branching out to the console market with the Onza. Though more expensive than the standard XBox controller, particularly for the Tournament Edition (notably the prices are a lot closer in the US) the Onza definitely adds enough additional features and tweaks to make...
Pros: Looks good, Programmable buttons very useful in many games, Thumbstick tension adjustment good to personalise response, Good rubberised grip, Cable is longer than official controller and more durable
Cons: Wired version only, Back and start buttons relocation take a little while to get used to, More expensive than official controllers, Potentially not compatible with existing peripherals