Third-party controllers have come a long way since the old days where their only use was to keep your dork brother quiet during Goldeneye. Today though, third-party controllers have evolved to fill specialty roles that the DualShock might not be great for. Check out our favorite third-party controllers for the PS4.
Nacon Revolution Pro
Hardcoe Playstation fans will recoil in horror and dose themselves in holy water if they get too close to offset analogue sticks. However, offset sticks are how a lot of gamers grew up playing shooters, and they might want that option on the PS4 today. Enter the Nacon Revolution Pro.
The Pro is a great looking controller that matches the feel of the DS4 by providing a similar shape. The left analogue stick is concaved for comfort and stability while the right is convex for accuracy. Other features include buttons on the back so you can reload or jump without taking your thumbs off the sticks, and software that allows you to customize things like trigger sensitivity. Plus the d-pad looks like Taylor Ham.
The only negatives are a proprietary cable and a lack of trigger locks.Load Comments