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Revolution Unlimited PRO Controller - PS4 - £119.99 @ Very (+£3.99 P&P)
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Revolution Unlimited PRO Controller - PS4 - £119.99 @ Very (+£3.99 P&P)

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Posted 7th Apr
Also an additional 10% off but delivery is £3.99

Wireless Nacon PS4 controller
Think this has only been released

Mappable button
£150 everywhere else
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Edited by: "iamwill.gnuehc" 7th Apr
Why is it pro? Looks like they did the layout incorrectly and just wacked pro on it
Basically this is not a pro controller...but a masked xbox one controller, so shouldn't be called pro just a "What your missing" controller....
Lol Tough Crowd

So £120 for a £150 controller plus an additional 10%
Can anyone advise why this is turning into the North Pole ? Is it the Company? The cost of the item?
Can’t understand why all the down vote
iamwill.gnuehc07/04/2019 18:33

Lol Tough Crowd So £120 for a £150 controller plus an additional 1 …Lol Tough Crowd So £120 for a £150 controller plus an additional 10%Can anyone advise why this is turning into the North Pole ? Is it the Company? The cost of the item? Can’t understand why all the down vote


It's because of the "fake news".
What warrants the "pro" name? What warrants a 400% increase in price in comparison to an official controller?

To me it looks like it's just for people who are used to the xbox controls who want to play PlayStation exclusives. That's a very niche market and as such there won't be enough to balance the cold votes.
"mappable button"? Not worth the change in layout for me.
MadeDixonsCry13 m ago

It's because of the "fake news". What warrants the "pro" name? What …It's because of the "fake news". What warrants the "pro" name? What warrants a 400% increase in price in comparison to an official controller?To me it looks like it's just for people who are used to the xbox controls who want to play PlayStation exclusives. That's a very niche market and as such there won't be enough to balance the cold votes. "mappable button"? Not worth the change in layout for me.


It's basically the XB1 Elite controller for the PS4. Mappable buttons, 8 way d-pad, shortcut buttons, adjustable analogue stick height + more. The shortcut buttons are enough to call it a pro controller. There is a cheaper version of this which is the same layout without the 'pro' features.

Heat from me, looks like a nice controller. Actually tempted to get it now...
Edited by: "JasonVoorhees" 7th Apr
MadeDixonsCry16 m ago

It's because of the "fake news". What warrants the "pro" name? What …It's because of the "fake news". What warrants the "pro" name? What warrants a 400% increase in price in comparison to an official controller?To me it looks like it's just for people who are used to the xbox controls who want to play PlayStation exclusives. That's a very niche market and as such there won't be enough to balance the cold votes. "mappable button"? Not worth the change in layout for me.


It has mappable buttons to the rear
And changeable axis stems to limit the movements
It’s also mappable for the sensitivity.
Should you have an idea of controllers and what’s available for the PS4 you’ll have an idea of costs
How do I get another 10% off ? Would I need to open a Very Account ? Can’t just pay via PayPal ?
Additional 10% code on webpage towards the bottom, of you use their credit system BNPL
Seems an ok price to me, waiting on some reviews from trusted sources before buying myself. Also waiting to see if the Astro C40 gets a UK release....
MadeDixonsCry07/04/2019 18:39

It's because of the "fake news". What warrants the "pro" name? What …It's because of the "fake news". What warrants the "pro" name? What warrants a 400% increase in price in comparison to an official controller?To me it looks like it's just for people who are used to the xbox controls who want to play PlayStation exclusives. That's a very niche market and as such there won't be enough to balance the cold votes. "mappable button"? Not worth the change in layout for me.


You say niche market, though Nacon have created 3 of these controllers (the 2 previous being wired). Scuf have made the Vantage, Astro have made the C40 TR, Hori made the modest Onyx and all are selling like hot cakes! The $200 Astro C40 is out of stock immediately.

You probably forget that 50% of PS4 owners probably came from a decade of playing on the Xbox 360, and here we are, needing these asymmetrical stick design controllers.

All the Dualshock lovers are hating on this design, yet have a look at the market, anyone making a Dualshock design for the Xbox One?....

Nope, that's because anyone on the Xbox One, already has the best layout for a controller, and the option of upgrading to the elite controller, possibly the best controller ever made.
EmperorRosko1 h, 29 m ago

You say niche market, though Nacon have created 3 of these controllers …You say niche market, though Nacon have created 3 of these controllers (the 2 previous being wired). Scuf have made the Vantage, Astro have made the C40 TR, Hori made the modest Onyx and all are selling like hot cakes! The $200 Astro C40 is out of stock immediately.You probably forget that 50% of PS4 owners probably came from a decade of playing on the Xbox 360, and here we are, needing these asymmetrical stick design controllers.All the Dualshock lovers are hating on this design, yet have a look at the market, anyone making a Dualshock design for the Xbox One?....Nope, that's because anyone on the Xbox One, already has the best layout for a controller, and the option of upgrading to the elite controller, possibly the best controller ever made.


You can use a dualshock on xbox without buying a brand new controller.
Anyway, I'm not looking to be part of a fanboy war.
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Believe my brother had the revolution 2 out of a clearance in Smyth's for £35. Thing lasted him a few months.
Wouldn't recommend myself.
I had the first generation one of these and it kept breaking,the wired connection was terrible and I had too exchange it 3 times due too faults then my headset wouldn't through it...
EmperorRosko12 h, 43 m ago

You say niche market, though Nacon have created 3 of these controllers …You say niche market, though Nacon have created 3 of these controllers (the 2 previous being wired). Scuf have made the Vantage, Astro have made the C40 TR, Hori made the modest Onyx and all are selling like hot cakes! The $200 Astro C40 is out of stock immediately.You probably forget that 50% of PS4 owners probably came from a decade of playing on the Xbox 360, and here we are, needing these asymmetrical stick design controllers.All the Dualshock lovers are hating on this design, yet have a look at the market, anyone making a Dualshock design for the Xbox One?....Nope, that's because anyone on the Xbox One, already has the best layout for a controller, and the option of upgrading to the elite controller, possibly the best controller ever made.


No, it's personal preference, what people are familiar with. I thought the xbox controller was poor in comparison when using a friends xbox one.

Also I cant think of a single person I know that went from a playstation to xbox but have known plenty doing the reverse. That seems to be backed up by you.

Maybe there just isn't a market for putting a Porsche steering wheel on a fiat?
Simon_Thornhill14 h, 18 m ago

Seems an ok price to me, waiting on some reviews from trusted sources …Seems an ok price to me, waiting on some reviews from trusted sources before buying myself. Also waiting to see if the Astro C40 gets a UK release....


As yet a release outside of the USA has no confirmed date, but I can't see Astro passing up the opportunity, so keep an eye out.

I picked this up, and I have also owned the Rev 1 and 2. I can state that I have NEVER experienced any of the technical or hardware issues that some people seem to have.

It's definitely a step-up in price, but I think it's worth it just for the wireless functionality alone. At £120 it's already £30 cheaper than it's next closest rival, the Razer Raiju, and £80 cheaper than the of their 'Tournament' edition controllers (RRPs) that come with wireless etc.

As yet we don't have the Scuf Vantage OR the Astro C40 TR, so unless importing I personally believe the Nacon is the best option.

If you're not bothered about Wireless, I can still wholeheartedly recommend the Rev 2, but for the wireless and the extra revisions this one is also really nice!

Added heat because this is categorically the best price out there, just a shame some of the other voters allowed their poor judgement to come into play when deciding to vote.
Edited by: "DevilsNeverCry" 8th Apr
It is probably best to wait for reviews to come out before getting this (all I have found so far are a few in boxing and first impression videos). On the surface this seems like the best option in the UK at the moment for an Xbox Elite type controller (with offset sticks) seeing as the Razer Raiju TE has well documented stick drift issues.
A bit disappointed that people are saying it is really light out of the box though, unlike the Elite.
Hopefully it gets positive reviews in the coming weeks - not going to bite until it has been out for a bit and properly tested out.
Also waiting to see if the Astro gets a UK release.
stevegreenfield14 h, 27 m ago

It is probably best to wait for reviews to come out before getting this …It is probably best to wait for reviews to come out before getting this (all I have found so far are a few in boxing and first impression videos). On the surface this seems like the best option in the UK at the moment for an Xbox Elite type controller (with offset sticks) seeing as the Razer Raiju TE has well documented stick drift issues.A bit disappointed that people are saying it is really light out of the box though, unlike the Elite. Hopefully it gets positive reviews in the coming weeks - not going to bite until it has been out for a bit and properly tested out.Also waiting to see if the Astro gets a UK release.


I've had a little hands-on time with it and I'm liking it a lot so far.

I had the Rev 1 & 2 (basically the same controller anyway apart from the USB-C on the 2) but this one does feel nicer in the hand, something about the texture on the front of the pad and the new 'grippy' rear handles - and the wireless functionality is a godsend for sofa gaming. I am familiar with the overall layout as I have used the other 2 variants over the years, so the offset sticks are as natural to me as regular dualshock. Once you get used to the taller sticks though and the great RoM offered, it makes playing with a normal DS4 on your regular games like a shooter more difficult.

The new placement of the 'shortcut' buttons is a little jarring, because I'm used to the old placement, but in time I think I will get to love the new placement because ultimately it means less movement of your fingers on the back of the controller.

It is relatively light out of the box, but you stick a couple of the 16g weights in in that come as part of the customisation options and it gains a decent amount of heft for a controller, definitely feels meaty in the hand.

If you've had experience with the Revolution controllers before, the software is just as simple to use, so you can get your profiles set up quickly and easily, if you use them. There is also a little added customisation to the light module within the right stick, allowing you to change the colours of it which is a nice touch, not particularly relevant of course but still not bad! You can set it up to look a little like the Razer 'Chroma' effect, which I am sure is no coincidence.

All in all, whilst I'm looking forward to the impressions of the wider gaming world, I personally think this is by far the best controller Nacon have put out and I can't wait for more hands-on time to acclimatise to the new layout on the rear. As far as the UK market goes, I've always stood by Nacon as the best overall 'Pro' controller based on the price and functionality when compared to it's nearest rival/s.

At £120, this controller offers everything good about the Razer TE controllers (minus maybe trigger stops), but at around £80 less the price of entry, and as you say that has it's own documented issues. The SCUF Vantage has been out since around September/October 2018(?) with no release in sight for territories outside the USA, and we still don't know what Astro have planned outside the USA, but I heartily recommend that you keep an eye on this controller and keep it a recommendation if you're after a 'pro' controller.
I’ve put my money where my mouth is and bought one.
As with all consumers nowadays, I’ve searched google, and This is by far the cheapest price by a longshot and only just been released.
iamwill.gnuehc9th Apr

I’ve put my money where my mouth is and bought one.As with all consumers n …I’ve put my money where my mouth is and bought one.As with all consumers nowadays, I’ve searched google, and This is by far the cheapest price by a longshot and only just been released.


I received mine on Friday. I think it's great, I even prefer it over the elite controller in some aspects.
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