Hori’s Onyx, available now in Europe, if the first officially-licensed third-party wireless controller for the PlayStation 4. It’s got its good points, like the Xbox-style staggered analogue stick layout and one piece d-pad, but the lack of a headphone jack and other key DualShock 4 features might be a dealbreaker.
Earlier this week I took my first steps into the world of pricey third-party Transformers with something pink and frilly. Now it’s time for something darker. Meet FansProject’s Function X4, Sigma L, a third party answer to the Decepticon’s scariest Headmaster.
Datel, the UK-based video game peripheral manufacturer that loves to piss off Microsoft, takes controller cheating to the next level with the latest iteration of its TurboFire 360 controller, complete with built-in “Combat Command LCD interface”.