Neoseeker : News : Xbox One 'Insider's Look' at new controller video, Xbox general manager Zulfi Alam goes in-depth
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Rayce Aug 14, 13
Oh wow, I think I skipped over the part about the mini-rumble motors in the triggers. That's actually pretty cool if you get feedback when you pull a trigger. I'm really liking the way this looks, and as always in my opinion, Xbox does the better controller job.
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intoxication Aug 12, 13
The XB1 controller does look great, but then I have always preferred xbox controllers over PS ones. It feels and fits my hands better, so more comfortable for long period play.
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Rayce Aug 12, 13
quote Sonic Chao
I thought the 360 controller felt much better than the PS3 controller, especially when it came to racing games. The triggers on the PS3 controller were my biggest issue with it.
Agreed, I just think the Xbox 360 controller was just so much more formed to the gamer's hands than the PS3's. Maybe it's just me, but the PS3's controller felt really small and a little awkward in my hands () while playing games like Medal of Honor Warfighter and even MLB The Show. Although...

quote Slash
I always liked the PS3 controller more than the 360 because the Dpad wasn't terrible.
I do have to agree with you slash, Sony did the D-Pad right. Instead of a whole unit for a D-Pad, having individual buttons works so much better in my opinion.
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Slash Aug 12, 13
I always liked the PS3 controller more than the 360 because the Dpad wasn't terrible.
I do like the Xbone's controller a lot more than the PS4 controller, the PS4 controller looks hideous.
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RabidChinaGirl Aug 12, 13
Despite owning PlayStation consoles throughout my adolescence, I'm a bigger fan of the 360 controller. The Xbox One controller feeds pretty great too.

Glad Sony has updated the PS4 controller the way they did, though.
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Sonic Chao Aug 12, 13
I thought the 360 controller felt much better than the PS3 controller, especially when it came to racing games. The triggers on the PS3 controller were my biggest issue with it. It seemed to require much more force to bottom out than the 360 and it didn't have much grip to it so I would find my fingers sliding down it. To combat this, I would stick my fingers near the tops of the triggers where the hinges were at but it didn't take long for my fingers to start hurting because I wasn't pushing down on a smooth surface. I will most likely buy an Xbone controller for PC gaming but buy a PS4 as my main console next gen.
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Animatrix Aug 12, 13
It's about time they switched to USB. I'm guessing the battery is actually inside the controller this time too, which means no more AA batteries or buying the $20/$15 charge kit anymore[hurray for Xbone users, I'm still switching to PS4 tho].

On another note;
Microsoft is obviously taking many notes from PlayStation3 and Sony's playbook. One rival trying to copy the other's style.. it's kinda funny hah
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ImmoStride Aug 12, 13
The ability to use a basic USB to charge the controller is great, now Xbone users have one less thing to waste money on.
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DiamondMaster11 Aug 12, 13
Who the hell considered the 360 controller as the best in gaming? Shit sucks ass. Doesn't last a year, is uncomfortable for long periods of time, and looks stupid.

The Gamecube controller, though, is definitely the best of all time.
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bluexy Aug 12, 13
JW. Wat? You mean the charging cord?
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JW Aug 12, 13
note: combination of wired/wireless controllers exist since 2005 xbox 360 as default controller
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