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Gamepads for PCs or Consoles
While there are PC gamers who prefer the mouse and keyboard for gaming there are select group who prefer the use of gamepads. In genres such as first-person-shooters and real-time-strategy games, the accuracy of a mouse and the tactile response of a keyboard is the number one means to play, others such as platformers, racing games and third-person camera games can see an improved experience from a gamepad.
Available in both wireless and wired choices the gamepad does provide many options for visual preferences and customizability. Being the dominant choice for PC gamers, the Microsoft Xbox 360 controller has official plug and play support for both Windows and Xbox, with native game support for the vast majority of games on the market. Built with dual analog thumb sticks, two bumbers and two triggers, the Xbox 360 controller is proven to be comfortable, customizable and reliable, with included vibration feedback to enhance the experience.
Making slight adjustments to the Xbox 360 gamepad’s design, the Microsoft Xbox One controller features a redesign D-pad for greater responsiveness and precision, improved thumb sticks for better grip and tactile triggers and bumpers for better grip and usage. Retaining the same button layout as its predecessor means the gamepad gives better ease of use for button configuration from the game developers, improving the gamers experience when moving from one gamepad to the next.
For gamers who choose to use alternative gamepads, choices from Thrustmaster such as the Dual Analog 4 also prove to be a great gamepad. Ideal for steering in racing games, the Dual Analog 4 is an excellent alternative for steering wheels. Compatible through Bluetooth and providing a wide range of support, mobile gamepads such as the SteelSeries Nimbus and the SteelSeries Stratus V2 feature their own unique designs, making them great for gaming on-the-go.