Reviews and Problems with Razer Onza Tournament Edition
Showing 1-5 of 5
Value for money 8
Overall quality 6
Seems okay. Not the best.
28 May 2012
Summary: Extra light. Kind of has no weight to it. Adjustable tension is awesome though. For some reason the XYAB buttons have a low profile and feels like you're not pressing them hard enough. Should have raise them a bit higher. Trigger buttons are a bit long. Probably a reason why it tends to not respond properly. Other than that, it's an okay controller.
Summary: I play a lot of platformers on my PC and this controller has a much nicer d-pad than the standard xbox controller. The buttons have a nice crisp click to them, nothing feels cheap or flimsy about it. It seems to do everything it promises. No complaints at all so far.
Summary: As soon as I got the Razer Onza out of the packaging I put it to the test, playing a wide range of games. I find the shape of the controller, though similar to Microsoft's, gives it a slightly smaller feel. The ABXY buttons are very sensitive, which I guess could be considered a good thing, the sensitivity adjust on either analog stick is a really neat feature, I find it works very well.
Summary: Razer. Un nom bien connu et qui a fait ses preuves pour les hardcore gamers sur PC. Surtout réputée pour ses souris, ses claviers, voire même ses casques (et autres accessoires "gadget"), voici désormais la marque prête à envahir le marché des consoles. Ici, la xbox360 est la victime.
Pros: Joysticks à résistance variable . Compatible Xbox360 et PC . Long cable . 2 gachettes customisables
Cons: Croix directionnelle trop cheap, interêt limité de la version tournament