Reviews and Problems with Razer Onza Tournament Edition
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Terrell C., Amazon
14 May 2014
Summary: I am not a gaming elitist but this controller is on par with the horrid and cheap MadCatz controllers of the N64 era. Pros: -Nice texture (it feels better than most plastic controllers) -2 of the bumper buttons can be remapped (but only to the other buttons, i.e. you can set the 2 extra bumpers to perform the same actions as clicking the analog sticks) Cons: - Analog sticks have horrible dead-zone, meaning that sometimes when my controller is tilted, the analog stick...
Summary: I got this because I was looking for a upgraded controller. The only thing that was better about this one is the A,B,X,Y buttons. The controller failled within one week of use, one of the joysticks wouldn't register being moved to the left. Would not buy again, I will stick to the standard 360 controllers.
Summary: Don't waste your money. This thing has a known defect. Left thumb stick gets stuck in the down position. I used it a handful of times, mostly kept it in closet before it broke. Razer wouldn't do anything about it because warranty expired. garbage.
Summary: I bought this as a wired controller for online play so I could eliminate that little bit of lag that the wireless controllers have. The unit initially played really well. Buttons were very responsive and the extra bumper really added to the gameplay. My only gripe was that the x button is a fraction of an inch closer to the right stick. I have big hands so this got in the way a bit. Three hours into gameplay the right trigger stopped working.
? to the MANUFACTURER -- DID YOU GUYS FIX THIS YET??
William D. Mruphy "simrace", Amazon
30 August 2012
Summary: I have bought 4 NON xbox 360 remotes. (2) CoD Black-Ops and (2) Razr all 4 of the controllers have broke. They all have the same problems the thumb sticks fail and start causing the character to move or look on its own. I have had button issues on 1 of the CoD controllers and 1 of the Razr controllers as well. I have had 5 factory xbox 360 controllers since release day and NONE have had issues with the thumb sticks.
Summary: This thing lasted less than 2 gaming sessions. It had a great solid 5 hours the day I got it. The following weekend it got a few hours of play in, no trouble. All this time it is just sitting on my desk, nothing bothering it. The next time I try to use it, half the buttons don't work and the stick input is always on, spinning to the side. Total junk. do not buy.
Summary: I have this for three weeks, played two games and the found that the X button is already going. Can't reload quickly anymore. Wonderful for shooters, You can feel that buttons are low quality cause they seem to push through the controller. It feels great at first but now it's just a piece of junk. Played that same game with my original xbox controller and the difference is day and night. Too bad I blew $50 on this thing.
Summary: The controller worked great out of the box. However within the first two weeks of owning it the right trigger began to malfunction, not responding when I press on it. Then the right analog stick went bad and keeps turning the view in the game to the left and not centering properly. It was not heavily used nor did it last. Horribly disappointed in this device as it did not live up to the hype. Save your money and buy the microsoft Xbox 360 controller.
Summary: Purchased this controller primarily because of the no-slip coating. Thought the adjustable sticks were an interesting bonus. Well, after less than a month, the left stick started acting up. In the manual it says to beware of over tightening the sticks because this can damage them... A) The stick that failed was the one I hadn't adjusted at all. Seemed just how I liked it out of the box. B) Why in the world would you design a product with a feature that can damage it!?