- Mar 19, 2021
I like it, but I need rubberized grips. So Marge Simpson controller in November for me.
The green is rubberized. It’s the same as the rubber in the elite version 1.
It isn’t. It’s the same texturing on my controller that was included with my console.The green is rubberized. It’s the same as the rubber in the elite version 1.
You can see it in the black on the left side too.
So it’s the opposite of that blue controller they just released? I thought that one was dumb, because you’d think you would want the rubber section to be on the inside not the outside.The green part is rubberized, I have a controller with it. It's only on the inside, outside of the grips is textured plastic
The Hyperkin Duke is quite faithful to the original, and is compatible with both the Xbox One and Xbox Series consoles. My only gripe with it is that is not wireless.Would've taken an updated duke myself
Edit: I don't get what's triggering about preferring a revemp to the original Xbox controller over a simple reskin of the current one for a 20th anniversary. Unless the OG Xbox is triggering somehow to Xbox fans....
The Hyperkin Duke is quite faithful to the original, and is compatible with both the Xbox One and Xbox Series consoles. My only gripe with it is that is not wireless.
Where can one learn this power?
They do, as someone already pointed out the Halo Elite 2 controller, and you can always add paddles(or have someone do it for you)but that makes them a bit pricey. I'm personally considering adding back buttons to the 20th anniversary one. Not sure though with the rubber on the back, will have to get it in my hands first.I wish they would make limited editions of Elite controller. I really like some of the designs but I will never buy a controller without back paddles.