Reviews and Problems with Razer Onza Tournament Edition
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Michael G., Newegg
6 October 2013
Summary: If you don't need triggers for your game or just need them to act as buttons, this controller works out.
Pros: Responsive buttons so you know when they clicked. Really that was my favorite feature I had notice of, the rest was about normal (or in the case of the triggers, worse.)
Cons: Triggers are poorly designed making them very unreliable. Initially they were good, but with minimal use they quickly wear down to a state which causes their sensors to fluctuate violently. An example is I can be playing racing games and I physically I have the right trigger fully depressed, but ...
Summary: I had 3 or 4 of these until I just gave up. They'd last for a few months until the sticks started to drift badly, which is a shame because otherwise these are easily the best controllers I've ever used. It's comfortable, precise and feels good in your hand while it lasts.
Summary: Although I don't have much of a collection of Razer products, I've heard high enough remarks, and had such a great experience using them, that I had really high expectations for the Onza, and in particular, the tournament edition.
Summary: When it was first shipped to me somehow the address was input wrong and it went to the wrong address. I called about it and got it sorted out the next day.
Pros: It's wired and the cord had plenty of length to it. The rubber finish feels great.
Cons: It was very hard for me to get used to. It feels nothing like an original controller. the left analog stick doesn't work after only having it for six months "might have broke when I moved to my new place". But still I've only had for for six months i have had normal controllers for over three yea...
Summary: I would probably not replace the onza when it fails but continue to use the standard xbox 360 controller, while keeping an eye out for the next larger bodied controller.
Pros: The pros for the onza are the larger body, needed for oversized hands and the resistive analog sticks both work well.
Cons: The cons... ahh yes, well, I noticed that the push to run button seems fickle, it needs to be compressed and held at times to work. While doing so on the last model after about 2 month it failed all together. thats why this latest replacement.
Summary: In all, I had to download a keymapper to help full fill my enjoyment. I definitely recommend getting Pinnacle Game Profiler to remap keys to your liking. You can then use the controller instead of a mouse.
Pros: Probably one of the best controllers for XBox. Not so for PC. Solid controller with awesome comfort. I counted 12 different buttons, not including start, select, and D-Pad, so that's good. It had more buttons than any other gamepad I saw. I liked being able to adjust the sensitivity of the analog...
Cons: Huge disappointment when it didn't come with any software for keymapping. That's simply inexcusable. I'm also not a fan of the 2 Remap keys located underneath the controller beneath the triggers. I would have rather saw 2 more regular buttons instead. IMO, they're useless and are too gimicky. Let...
Feels good, Could of been a bit better with more revision.
14 December 2011
Summary: The Controller feels and looks very nice! It is very responsive/accurate and the re-programmable macro's is a nice feature as well. I didn't manage how to adjust the tension on the joysticks yet since I didn't figure out how and I don't feel like breaking them for trying too hard.