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InkJet
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Was thinking about buying a controller from evil controllers, anyone that has bought one, any feedback before i spend $400
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Personally have never heard of them. If you do manage to get one i would look into the warranty. I've had a scuf break on me and because it was a older generation they wouldn't fix it (keep in mind i only had it for 2 months)

I started to look at reviews for evil controllers and most people have the same issue, the controller starts having issues, they send it in and it takes months for them to get back to you which is a common thing with these 3rd party controllers. If you play casual games that aren't too straining on the sticks (eg, racing games, fighting games etc.) you should be okay for the most part.

When i played overwatch and Bo3 with my scuf, it had issues within the first month, paddles were unresponsive (had to click in really hard) LB/RB started to wear out and the stick drift was there week one.

I used things like the elite which i loved and the razer wolverine, both worked wonderfully, of course i had the common stick drift after 4-5 months but i never had the paddles go out on me, just rubber grip coming off was a issue.

But if your looking at the controller because of the rapid fire mods i would just look into a elite controller and just get a strike pack honestly.

Tl;dr, the mods on it are cool but if you play games like apex or anything that involves a ton of clicking of the left stick to run, i would get a 1-2 year warranty and have a backup controller for when it breaks.
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Anhur wrote Personally have never heard of them. If you do manage to get one i would look into the warranty. I've had a scuf break on me and because it was a older generation they wouldn't fix it (keep in mind i only had it for 2 months)

I started to look at reviews for evil controllers and most people have the same issue, the controller starts having issues, they send it in and it takes months for them to get back to you which is a common thing with these 3rd party controllers. If you play casual games that aren't too straining on the sticks (eg, racing games, fighting games etc.) you should be okay for the most part.

When i played overwatch and Bo3 with my scuf, it had issues within the first month, paddles were unresponsive (had to click in really hard) LB/RB started to wear out and the stick drift was there week one.

I used things like the elite which i loved and the razer wolverine, both worked wonderfully, of course i had the common stick drift after 4-5 months but i never had the paddles go out on me, just rubber grip coming off was a issue.

But if your looking at the controller because of the rapid fire mods i would just look into a elite controller and just get a strike pack honestly.

Tl;dr, the mods on it are cool but if you play games like apex or anything that involves a ton of clicking of the left stick to run, i would get a 1-2 year warranty and have a backup controller for when it breaks.


Thank you! i wouldnt want to spend $400 for it to break week one
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