IGN took Thief, and ran it side-by-side on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC to see how the graphics stacked up. The PC wins by a nose, but the differences between Xbox One and PS4 aren’t nearly as noticeable as some might think.
It has 6 extra buttons, 2 at the shoulders and 2 switches at the back. Map commands from the face buttons to the extra ones and you never have to take your hands off the analog sticks.
It’s slimmer, lighter and greener than the stock Xbox 360 controller because of its built-in rechargeable battery. You can also just order the kit and install it on an existing controller.
Maker of custom controllers for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Their range of customizations include both the practical and aesthetic, from modified thumb sticks and buttons to all kinds of paint jobs.
Loaded with awesome tunes, cool cell-shaded animation, rail-grinding and graffiti, one of our favorites from the SEGA Dreamcast gets brought back to life on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC this Summer.
The original Halo is looking awfully purty with its remastered textures, polygons, and tech on Xbox 360. It’s also loaded with the best multiplayer maps, online co-op and new achievements.
The Datel Turbo Fire Evo is a wireless Xbox 360 controller with a built-in 1.7″ LCD display to facilitate changing settings on the fly, such as rapid fire, button remapping and macros.
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