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Maximum PC says:

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At just $10 more than an Xbox 360 controller (or the exact same price for the non-Tournament Edition, which lacks the adjustable sticks and light-up buttons), and with a strictly superior feature set, we’d recommend this one to anybody. Hands down, this is the gamepad to beat. quote


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Critic reviews

8.1
7 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
    7.7
  • Accuracy / responsiveness
    8.7
  • Durability
    7.8

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User reviews

7.1
15 reviews
8.0
CNET Mar 4, 2011

With its bevy of forward-thinking features and customization options, the Razer Onza Tournament Edition is easily one of the best third-party Xbox 360 controllers we've ever used.

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9.0
IGN Apr 29, 2011

Competitive players will certainly gravitate to its high-performance, adjustable design, and there's plenty to offer casual players as well, but most will likely prefer the comfort and familiarity of the first-party solution.

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8.0
Maximum PC Jun 17, 2011

At just $10 more than an Xbox 360 controller (or the exact same price for the non-Tournament Edition, which lacks the adjustable sticks and light-up buttons), and with a strictly superior feature set, we’d recommend this one to anybody. Hands down, this is the gamepad to beat.

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8.0
Ubergizmo May 13, 2011

Trust me when I say the Onza TE’s lovely tactile clicky A/B/X/Y buttons, short release triggers, adjustable analogs wrapped in a svelte non-slip body more than justifies the $50 price tag. You will not find a more precise controller out there for the Xbox 360.

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7.0
TweakTown Sep 7, 2011

If you're after a new 360 controller or a gaming controller for your PC, the Razer Onza Tournament Edition definitely should be on your list. It's something I would suggest trying before buying.

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9.0
Hardware Heaven Apr 30, 2011

The Onza Tournament Edition controller achieves what it sets out to do, improve on the standard Microsoft version and enhance our gaming. Its great performance when playing mixed with some excellent features means we have a very impressive product.

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9.0
rnguthertz rnguthertz

I purchased this controller after playing Black Ops and Gears of War 3 for hours on end and wanting to not only make the feel more comfortable, but also wanting to reconfigure a couple of buttons to make it easier to control certain aspects, and I was not disappointed. The rubberized grip on the...

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5.0
CRCasper CRCasper

The controller is fantastic when you first get it. It feels incredibly comfortable. The triggers, the buttons, and the thumbsticks are so much better than the stock xbox controller. Problem is that its lifetime is incredibly short. The triggers and thumbsticks stop working or get jittery. As with...

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8.0
RogerSong RogerSong

I play mostly Call of Duty and this controller has helped improve my game quite a bit. The adjustable sticks and mechanical buttons are much better than the stock Xbox controllers. The overall feel and comfort of this controller is great. Having said that, my second Onza is on its way out and...

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7.0
vincelee vincelee

----------------------------------------- Update: 01/07/2012 ----------------------------------------- Been meaning to update this, In November 2011, the controller right stick gave out, and and would always make me look down. Being that I am a FPS player this is unacceptable, first with "Y"...

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6.0
Quiarcus Quiarcus

Well, two months into using this controller the left analogue stick has started to drift to the left and requires constant rightward pressure to stabilise. As you can imagine this can cause issues in games requiring pin point accuracy. A bit of searching reveals that many others have had this...

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9.0
Haz0 Haz0

Amazing controller, with small issues towards build quality. With Razer's great warranty, however, there should be no hesitance in becoming a pro gamer!

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6.0
MtnSloth MtnSloth

UPDATE: added Durability score. It wasn't good. Lowering overall score as a consequence. I prefer this controller to Microsoft's stock controller, and use it on my PC for playing Skyrim. The split bumper controls may take some getting used to, and I am not sure the return is really worth it as...

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6.0
Similacrum Similacrum

Well, two months into using this controller the left analogue stick has started to drift to the left and requires constant rightward pressure to stabilise. As you can imagine this can cause issues in games requiring pin point accuracy. A bit of searching reveals that many others have had this...

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8.0
richardksbaer richardksbaer

It's the best console gamepad I've ever used. Period. The ergonomics and feel are perfect for me. The standard Xbox 360 controller gets close, but the simple tweaks on the Onza TE make it perfect. The buttons are perfectly spaced (again, for me--your mileage may differ). I like the way the face...

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3.0
darkwalt darkwalt

When I first got this controller, I liked playing with it because of the second set of bumpers that could be mapped to mirror any other controller button. I After two months however, I noticed that when playing call of duty, my sprint (Left Stick button) was being cut short, and I would have to...

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