Author Topic: Steam Controller - Six Months Later  (Read 824 times)

Offline Zeus

  • I AM Canadian!
  • BCC Admin
  • Hard Modder!
  • *****
  • Posts: 3616
  • Karma: +678/-200
  • Gender: Male
  • [S]odbuster
    • View Profile
    • BCCHardware
Steam Controller - Six Months Later
« on: July 03, 2016, 10:22:23 PM »
The Steam Controller has been out for a while now and while it claims to have a lot of feautures and may in fact be a superior controller, I don't believe it's sold all that well. Some people really like it though as it offers a different take and more precision that what you can get from a dual analog-stick controller. There are some other good features as well - including gyro motion as well as a ton of configurations if you want to tweak up your controller to the max.

   The growing list of "configs" for the controller has produced some surprising applications -- for example, you can play Street Fighter V strictly with motion controls. Serious Rocket League players have the Steam Controller grips programmed for acceleration/brake and triggers for drift/boost. Cities Skylines has moved into the living room for many people.Source: Engadget

Click here to read this article!