Rock Candy Blueberry Controller (Xbox One) £12.85 Delivered @ Shopto

Rock Candy Blueberry Controller (Xbox One) £12.85 Delivered @ Shopto

Found 17th Jan 2018
Discover what flavor gamer you are with the Rock Candy Wired Controller for the Xbox One. Escape from dull and uninspired choices and express your inner gaming personality to the world. Featuring brightly coloured outer shells, vibration feedback rumble motors, and an ergonomic concave thumb stick design, the Rock Candy Wired Controller for the Xbox One is perfect for gamers of all ages.

  • Officially licensed for the Xbox One by Microsoft.
  • Includes 8ft cord with breakaway cable.
  • Vibration feedback rumble motors.
  • Sleek, ergonomic concave thumb stick design.
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Great price found the thumbsticks break on these (might just be my kids)
I had one of these and it is good for a cheap controller. Definitely worth the price, however it does feel cheap in your hands due to the plastic, the buttons and sticks are ok though. I would say the one to keep an eye out for on a good deal is the PDP "Deliverer of Truth" wired controllers, those feel great in the hands and have been this cheap as well, but not sure if any retailers have any of those left now. It looks like the newer PDP wired controllers for Xbox One and Windows in black and white and camo effects are similar though with a matt finish so I expect those would be decent too.
Edited by: "nige182" 17th Jan 2018
Crablante17th Jan 2018

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Must have been a bad one, I've been using mine from Amazon for months with no problem. I will admit that whilst the idea might have seemed cool to be able to buy or make custom faceplates for the controller, that is an obvious risk factor of buttons sticking to the faceplate even if I haven't experienced it myself.

Obviously official wireless controller would still beat it hands down but at sub-£20 I consider them a bargain still. I wouldn't pay more than £20 for one though. It isn't a premium controller after all.
Edited by: "nige182" 17th Jan 2018
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