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Xbox 360 Wildfire Wireless Controller @ Argos - £19.99
Xbox 360 Wildfire Wireless Controller @ Argos - £19.99

Xbox 360 Wildfire Wireless Controller @ Argos - £19.99

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•Wildfire is a controller that any gamer can be proud of, being the only 3rd party 360 controller to offer 100% compatible communication with the Xbox 360 using the console's proprietary wireless technology.


•It recreates all of the functionality of the original Xbox 360 controller.


•The TurboFire controller enhances your gaming with an easy-to-activate programmable Rapid Fire function and new ergonomic design.


•30ft Range.


•High quality finish, durable construction.


•Programmable rapid fire function.


•Headset support.


•Vibration Feedback.


•Requires 2x AA batteries (not included).

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Decent price, are the official rechargeable battery packs compatible with it?
To be honest though, price would have to be

Original Poster

imdave

Decent price, are the official rechargeable battery packs compatible with … Decent price, are the official rechargeable battery packs compatible with it?



Afraid not, but there is a wired version also for a cheaper price of £15.99....Don't forget about the usb batteries u can get now also

Not voting but these things should be banned. There are so many pathetic players (can't even call them gamers) who use these online nowadays, because they lack any real skill, that it's ruining a lot of online games.

i know its not the same but i picked up a second hand official wireless controller for 12.99 in cash generator yesterday and it works fine

£20 for a 3rd party controller? Hmm... no.
Cold.

Original Poster

Rory Joe

£20 for a 3rd party controller? Hmm... no.Cold.



You expecting Microsoft to release an official rapid fire pad?...good luck with that

Had one for 2 weeks now. I can use my Venom Xbox360 rechargeable battery with it.
Took first one back as I found that in MW2 if you push forward with the left stick then depress to run it would not depress. You had to depress first then push forward. Changed it at Argos and the second one responds better though still not as faultless and smooth as the original Microsoft controller.
Also I am still rubbish!
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