MLG Pro Xbox 360 Controller Review

/ 5 years ago

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Developed in collaboration with MLG Pro Circuit and MadCatz, the MLG Pro Circuit Controller has been designed to meet the ever changing needs of the competitive gamer, with superior build quality, unprecedented customisation options and uncompromising performance all being put into what has to be one of the finest tools of the trade for gamers, pro or not.

MLG gaming is serious business and has covered everything from Halo to Soul Calibur over the years, but this pad should appeal to every gamer and has clear hopes of improving your game no matter what you play, with improved analogue sticks for FPS gaming in titles like Halo, Battlefield and Call of Duty, a choice of improved D-Pads for fans of fighting games and extensive style and customisation options that even cater for the people that just want a cool looking controller.

The MLG Pro Controller was designed and developed through extensive play-testing with both the MLG staff and the MLG pro gamers, both of which have had a say in the final output of this product, ensuring gamers got exactly the controller they wanted, when they wanted it.  So this week I have been gaming my little heart out with MLG Pro on both PC and Xbox to see just how much of a game changer this controller really is, lets take a look at how I got along with this £90 beast at my disposal, is it really worth over twice as much as a standard Xbox controller and does the performance match the over size price tag?

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  • Joe

    I swear I read a review that said this "Pro" pad had no vibration, and the D-pad had trouble detecting more than one direction at one time. Those are some deal breaking issues for a pad that you gave a Gamer's Choice Award to. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    • Hi Joe, I had no issues with the controller what so ever, it comes with two D-pad and while one was rubbish, akin to the current Xbox one, the 2nd is more like the PS3 d-pad and was fantastic and a huge improvement over the standard xbox controller, it also most certainly does have rumble, don't know who told you that 🙂

      Sorry for the slow reply though, I forget to check the comments sometimes

      Peter @ eTeknix

  • Wesa2011

    nope this all lies this controller is brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • About the rumble: The PS3-version of the MLG does not have rumble, nor six-axis control.
    The XBOX-360 version does have rumble, only slightly less than the original MS controller does.