Marvo GT-64 Wireless Gaming Controller Review
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
PC gaming is a great and wonderful thing, however, these days, it’s a lot more expensive than it needs to be. The entry price to building a new PC is pretty painful right now due to stock shortages on graphics cards. That being said, even some CPUs, memory products, PC cases, and much more are a little more expensive than usual, making the average PC build a few hundred quid more than usual. With that in mind, I was eager to check out this gaming controller from Marvo. While I typically use official Xbox controllers on PC myself, that’s mostly because I have an Xbox and already have those controllers. However, when a controller can cost £50-60 to replace at times, there absolutely needs to be a more affordable solution.
This controller looks like a bit of a bargain, with prices ranging from £27-35 depending on where you look. Albeit, it’s mostly smaller retailers and high street stores that will stock it. However, for your modest investment, you get a fully PS3/PS4 compatible wireless controller. It has a 6-axis sensor, dual vibration motors, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a touchpad, so it’s really all here. It’ll work on PC in a wired USB mode too and can be switched between D-Input or X-Input should you need to. It features 6 hours battery life, which is lower than the official PlayStation controllers, but that’s longer than I sit for a single gaming session these days, and you can charge while you play also.
- Strong compatibility: PS4/PS3/Windows
- Ergonomically designed for comfort with sweat-proof and anti-slip materials
- 6 hour battery life
- 6-axis sensor and dual vibration feedback for an immersive gaming experience
- 3.5mm analog audio port