A work in progress – GameTyrant

Cross-platform controller – Compatible with PC, iPhone, Android, Nintendo Switch and macOS.

3 ways to connect – 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth 4.0 wireless or wired.

Colorful RGB LED backlight – Colorful LED backlight on ABXY buttons and right stick.

Dual shock and 6-axis gyroscope – 4 levels of adjustable dual vibration motors provide you with different levels of vibration ranging from 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%. Built-in 6-axis gyroscope for precise and immersive gameplay.

unique design – D-Pad and joystick height can be adjusted. 4 programmable buttons on the back of the controller for faster response time. The 2.4GHz USB receiver can be hidden on the back of the controller.

Where the controller wins strong points is in the very interesting features it offers. I like that although its action buttons are in the standard Xbox format when using it on Switch, it jumps straight to that layout and there’s even a small set of those symbols in the middle area between the buttons. Xbox action.

This also brings me to the fact that this is an extremely universal controller due to the fact that it can connect in so many ways. For some, this might be the only controller you’ll ever need due to the fact that it works on PC, Switch, and phones/tablets.

And of course, Pro Controller elements such as adjustable thumbsticks, D-pad, and programmable buttons play a big role in the essence of this controller. And for the most part, they really do a decent job of bringing something new to the table for budget gaming.

When it comes to taking this thing out for a spin, your mileage may vary. For me, the cheap buttons, to my surprise, weren’t a problem at all when playing. The worst offender, however, was the dead zone of the joysticks. I just couldn’t really stay on target that well.

When it comes to comfort, I really liked the setup of this device. It has a similar shape to an Xbox controller but with some slight differences. The menu buttons are V-shaped and placed in an easy-to-reach place. I also really liked that the controllers were a bit textured. And while they have their own textured grip, I can confirm that you can snap on a pair of Xbox compatible KontrolFreeks too!

The Pro Controller features work to some extent. I found the adjustable thumbsticks and D-pad to be great inclusions, but found the rear 4 buttons a nightmare to use. They not only work as an extra set of buttons on the back, but also as a turbo function for the assigned buttons.

The problem with this however is the fact that it seems like the turbo and regular attribution functions are overlapping and the buttons are going haywire. I also had an issue where the assigned button wasn’t reflective at all in the controller and the camera just deviated into a corner of the screen.

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