Pros A proper FPS controller. Once you get used to the controller, it would definitely improve your game.
Cons Very unreliable.
Less then 6 months of use, only during weekends.
I'm on my 2nd set and its already giving up on me. The LT is very on/off and as a FPS controller, this hinders the ADS which spoilt my game way more than I think it should.
Also the right a
Summary If you live in a rather dust free environment, and cleans your controller constantly (i doubt anyone does), and can ensure that you'll never drop the controller, you should get it because it would improve your game. Guess I'll ditch this and go back to Microsoft's proper design.
Pros Great design, The backlit hyper response buttons were a fantastic idea. The triggers although they took a while to get used to I consider much better than the normal triggers of the xbox control. The remapable buttons are good although i dont use them as
Cons Breaks way too easy. I am on my second control in two weeks with the first having a fault when you tapped y it acted like a double tap. the second has real trouble when I hold down the left stick to sprint, and i do NOT have the tension up at ALL. Awkward
Summary It has its bonuses but also its bad points.
Pros Feels great in your hands.
The face buttons are fantastic and feel like clicking a mouse.
The multifunction buttons are a cool idea.
Cons It breaks VERY quickly.
Summary I bought this controller 1 week ago. After only a week of using it, the left analog stick wore out and broke. So I took it back and got a new one. After playing Gears 3 for a couple hours, the left bumper started activating the A button AND the left bumper at the same time. I'm going to return it and just get a regular controller. Razer has a reputation for making stylish, quality PC peripherals. It's a shame this quality didn't carry over to their first console controller.
Pros Adjustable thumb sticks, Remappable buttons, Hyper response AXBY, Braided Cable, rubberized grip.
Cons Cheap Cheap Cheap!!!!
Summary I am now on my 4th defective Onza, soon to be my 5th controller assuming they replace it again. My first one slow turned right out of the box. The second worked great for 2 months, then the left stick with intermittently (every few seconds) no register when pushing forward, causing my player to stop,go, stop, go, walk slow, stop. This also happened after about a month on the 3rd controller. I received my 4th one on 9/1 and after 4 days the audio jack no longer works. Whenever I plug the mic in it just buzzes. I tried it with 2 MS controllers and they both work fine; Looks like another defective razer. Maybe I will get lucky and have a 20% success rate, if the 5th controller works.
Obviously, the controller helps a lot when it's working, or I wouldn't be on my 5th one, but they are just terrible quality. I will probably just completely give up on #6 or #7.
Pros Many features, amazing face buttons, comfortable triggers.
Cons I have now had two and they both exhibit(ed) wear and tear within the first 2 months of use. The d-pad is awful though as it feels way worse than the standard xbox controller. The sticks are usually the first things to break due to the tension rings.