Third party controllers have had a bad reputation in the past.
It’s not that they’ve been particularly bad, but they’ve been the kinds of controllers that have made you realise just how amazingly designed Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo’s own controllers have been.
As a case in point, the wired Xbox 360 controller which we bought second-hand over six years ago is still in perfect working order despite the daily abuse we put it through.
The Razer Raiju wants to change all that. It represents Razer’s attempt to improve upon Sony’s standard PS4 controller, the DualShock 4, and introduces a couple of useful features like additional programmable buttons and adjustable triggers.
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