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Controllers

SteelSeries Stratus Duo Controller

SteelSeries Stratus Duo Controller
$60  Buy Link Comment

SteelSeries’ Stratus Duo is a multi-platform wireless controller. It can connect to Android devices as well as standalone virtual reality headsets via Bluetooth. It also connects to Windows PCs via 2.4 Ghz wireless and a USB dongle. It lasts up to 20h per charge.

Smash Stick Arcade Controller

Smash Stick Arcade Controller
$225+  Pledge Comment

Alt Lab Controllers’ Smash Stick is an arcade controller with an ergonomic button layout. It also uses Sanwa buttons that have been modified to have a cushion for less stress on the hands. It’s compatible with the PC, Wii, Wii U, Gamecube and the Switch.

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Nyko Dualies Switch Controllers

Nyko Dualies Switch Controllers
$50  Buy Comment

Nyko’s Dualies are alternatives to the Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Con controllers. Their main feature is their ergonomic grip, but they also have rumble feedback, a turbo feature and two swappable thumb caps with different heights.

Astro C40 TR PS4 Controller

Astro C40 TR PS4 Controller
$200  Buy Link Comment

Astro’s high-end controller for the PS4 adapts to your way of gaming. It features a couple of swappable sticks and d-pads, and you can switch the positions of the left stick and the d-pad as well. It also has two programmable buttons and can work wired or wireless.

8Bitdo N30 Pro 2 Controller

8Bitdo N30 Pro 2 Controller
$40  Buy Comment

8Bitdo’s N30 Pro 2 is a full-sized Bluetooth controller that works with Windows, MacOS and Android devices, as well as the Nintendo Switch and the Raspberry Pi. It has an analog d-pad, clickable thumbsticks, motion controls and vibration.

Xbox One X Robot White Edition

Xbox One X Robot White Edition

The Xbox One X is will soon be available in a clean all-white color as part of a Fallout 76 bundle. It also comes with a matching white controller, but if you want the Elite to match, good news. The Elite is now available in robot white as well.

Razer Raiju Ultimate PS4 Controller

Razer Raiju Ultimate PS4 Controller
~$200  Buy Comment

Razer has overhauled its high-end PS4 controller. The Raiju Ultimate features an RGB light strip, swappable d-pads and thumbsticks, four programmable buttons, and a switch for toggling between Wired, Bluetooth, or PC Bluetooth connection.

Enhanced Xbox One Controllers

Enhanced Xbox One Controllers
$30-$35  Buy Comment

PowerA’s new Enhanced Wired Xbox One Controllers for the Xbox One gives you programmable buttons without breaking the bank. They have two remmapable buttons on the underside and the familiar Xbox One controller shape and layout. Also at GameStop.

8Bitdo Zero 2 Bluetooth Controller

8Bitdo Zero 2 Bluetooth Controller

8Bitdo recently unveiled a variety of Bluetooth controllers, including this keychain-sized upgrade to their Zero Bluetooth controller. The Zero 2 comes in several Game Boy-themed colors and will work with Windows PCs, iOS and Android devices, and the Nintendo Switch.

SCUF Vantage PS4 Controller

SCUF Vantage PS4 Controller
$170-$200  Buy Comment

SCUF’s Vantage is a customizable controller for the PS4. Available in wired and Bluetooth variants, the controller has side buttons and four detachable paddles that you can remap. It also has adjustable thumbsticks, removable vibration motors and two kinds of d-pads.

Xbox Adaptive Controller

Xbox Adaptive Controller

The Xbox Adaptive Controller is a plug-and-play Xbox One and Windows 10 controller for gamers with limited mobility. It has two large programmable buttons, a large d-pad, two USB ports, and 19 3.5mm inputs for plugging in adaptive switches. Drops 2018 for $100.

Joué Modular MIDI Controller

Joué Modular MIDI Controller
~$590  Buy Link Comment

Joué is an incredibly versatile MIDI controller, thanks to its swappable modules. The modules’ buttons are made of soft and elastic material that responds to pressure very nicely. There are eight modules to choose from, some familiar and some quite unorthodox.

ColorWare Switch NES Controllers

ColorWare Switch NES Controllers
$189-$199  Buy Comment

Custom gadget shop ColorWare has a pair of NES-themed controllers for the Nintendo Switch. Both its Joy-Con set and Pro Controller are decked out in the NES’ black and gray color scheme with red ABXY buttons.

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Mixbox Arcade Controller

Mixbox Arcade Controller
$250  Buy Link Comment

Unlike other arcade controllers, the Mixbox has mechanical keyboard directional keys instead of an analog joystick (or buttons). It uses Cherry MX key switches and Sanwa Denshi buttons. It works with the PS3, PS4 and PC.

Hori Onyx Wireless PS4 Controller

Hori Onyx Wireless PS4 Controller
~$60  Buy Comment

Hori already has a PS4 controller that mimics the Xbox’s offset analog stick layout with the d-pad in the middle, but that one is wired. Initially available in the UK, the Onyx ditches the wire for Bluetooth connectivity and adds a grippy matte finish.

My Arcade Super Gamepad

My Arcade Super Gamepad
$25  Buy Comment

My Arcade’s Super Gamepad is a wireless controller for the NES Classic and SNES Classic. Aside from having four shoulder buttons and a Home button, it also has a programmable and LED-backlit Turbo button. It can also be used to play Virtual Console titles on the Wii and Wii U.

8Bitdo SN30/SF30 Pro Gamepads

8Bitdo SN30/SF30 Pro Gamepads
$50  Buy Comment

8Bitdo’s new SN30 Pro (SNES colors) and SF30 Pro (Super Famicom colors) wireless gamepads work with a variety of gaming systems, including the Nintendo Switch, the Raspberry Pi and PCs. It has two analog sticks, four shoulder buttons, a screenshot button and more.

Razer Wolverine Xbox One Controller

Razer Wolverine Xbox One Controller
$160  Buy Comment

Razer’s even pricier alternative to the Xbox One Elite Controller. The Wolverine Ultimate has six extra inputs – two remappable bumpers and four triggers – plus a quick control panel. It also has extra thumbsticks and d-pads, and of course Chroma RGB LEDs.

Retro Fighters Nintendo 64 Controller

Retro Fighters Nintendo 64 Controller
$20+  Pledge Comment

Retro Fighters‘ Nintendo 64 controller is inspired by modern gamepads. Gone is the middle grip and the center analog stick. Instead, the N64 Controller has a modern thumbstick in the Xbox position, large C buttons, extra Z triggers and a turbo function.

All Controller Universal Gamepad

All Controller Universal Gamepad
$44+  Pledge Comment

The All Controller is a gamepad that connects to PCs, consoles and mobile devices over USB or via a Bluetooth dongle. Aside from its all encompassing compatibility, it also stores macros and custom configurations, making it easy to switch between devices and games.

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8Bitdo NES30 Arcade Joystick

8Bitdo NES30 Arcade Joystick
$70  Buy Comment

8Bitdo’s upcoming NES-themed USB arcade joystick works with the Nintendo Switch and Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android devices. It will have force feedback, a turbo mode and support for USB-C and motion controls. The pre-order is exclusive to Massdrop until 7/31/17.

Pop Chart Lab Chart of Controllers

Pop Chart Lab Chart of Controllers
$37+  Buy Comment

Pop Chart Lab’s 24″ x 36″ print features 200 different gamepads, joysticks and more, arranged according to their type. The chart also includes handheld video game systems from the Game Boy to the Switch.

Xbox Design Lab

Xbox Design Lab
$80+  Buy Link Comment

Order a custom Xbox Wireless Controller for the Xbox One and Windows PCs. You can customize 8 different sections of the controller. They recently added new colors, metallic finishes and rubberized grips. You can even engrave up to 16 characters free of charge.

End of Line Pip-Boy PS4 Controller

End of Line Pip-Boy PS4 Controller

Devin L. Smith aka End of Line Designs makes beautiful video game controller case mods. His latest work is a DualShock 4 based on Fallout’s Pip-Boy. The hinged screen over the touch pad and the tiny gauge beside it both light up.

8Bitdo NES30 Wireless Set

8Bitdo NES30 Wireless Set
$40  Buy Comment

The NES Classic Edition’s controllers have inexplicably short cables. That’s why 8Bitdo came up with the Retro Receiver, a Bluetooth adapter and wireless NES-style controller for the tiny console. The adapter also works with the Wii Mote, Wii U Pro, PS3 & PS4 controllers.

Deal: Minim Mobile Music Maker

Deal: Minim Mobile Music Maker
$100  Buy Link Comment

Create music on the go with this wireless controller which works in conjunction with MIDI music sequencing software on Macs or iOS devices. It has 8 pads, 15 buttons, a touch fader, and a 3D motion sensor, and is the same width and height as an iPhone 6 Plus or 7 Plus.

Deal: Razer WildCat Controller

Deal: Razer WildCat Controller
$98  Buy Comment

The Razer WildCat is ready to take on your most aggressive Xbox One and Windows 10 gaming sessions. It offers fast and accurate tournament-grade joysticks, buttons, and removable multifunction triggers, and optional palm grips. Save 34% in The Awesomer Shop.

Deal: NES30 Pro Game Controller

Deal: NES30 Pro Game Controller
$37  Buy Comment

Give your games an old school upgrade with this cool Bluetooth controller, inspired by the classic Nintendo Entertainment System. Has dual sticks, a D-pad, shoulder and ABXY face buttons, and works with iOS, Android, PC, and Mac. Save 26% in The Awesomer Shop.

Deal: Phonejoy GamePad 2

Deal: Phonejoy GamePad 2
$60  Buy Comment

Turn your smartphone into a real gaming machine with the Phonejoy Gamepad 2. This adjustable gadget wraps around the sides of most phones and tablets, adding console quality dual thumbsticks, a D-pad, face and shoulder buttons. Supported by 200+ games.

Mad Catz R.A.T. 1 Mouse

Mad Catz R.A.T. 1 Mouse
$30  Buy Comment

Mad Catz’ modular new entry-level mouse has three parts: the chassis, the palm rest and the sensor module, i.e. the actual mouse. You can take just the sensor module with you if you want a compact mouse, and soon you’ll be able to 3D print custom palm rests.

Sensel Morph

Sensel Morph
$249+  Pledge Link Comment

A pressure-sensitive multi-touchpad. Using a variety of overlays you can turn Morph into a keyboard, a graphics tablet, a music controller and more. When it launches you’ll be able to design ready-to-print custom overlays.

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