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Who Wins – Xbox One Controller vs PS4 Controller, Fight

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Depends really on the D-pad. I think the XBox wins for Shooters or Flight games using the joystick. However, I always felt the Playstation D-pad responded better for fighting games.

For most advanced fighters like TEKKEN I think the Playstation wins. I used to play as King and would put joint snapping wrestling moves on opponents and I'd have a harder time doing that with an XBox controller. I think a better D-Pad might even help with SoulCalibur or Marvel Vs. Capcom.

Now this is based on my experience with the 360 D-Pad. Maybe the Xbox One will improve it.

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Depends really on the D-pad. I think the XBox wins for Shooters or Flight games using the joystick. However, I always felt the Playstation D-pad responded better for fighting games.

For most advanced fighters like TEKKEN I think the Playstation wins. I used to play as King and would put joint snapping wrestling moves on opponents and I'd have a harder time doing that with an XBox controller. I think a better D-Pad might even help with SoulCalibur or Marvel Vs. Capcom.

Now this is based on my experience with the 360 D-Pad. Maybe the Xbox One will improve it.

I agree actually. The d pad on the PS pad has always felt better, I think due to its positioning. But the xbox pad wins hands down for me.

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The new Dual Shock 4 is much improved - it's bigger and heftier and has wider set sticks - but I didn't think it was better than the Xbox controller.

My biggest gripe is that the DS4 still doesn't have real triggers. The pseudo-triggers are more curved now (and super wide), but they feel like weirdly shaped buttons and not triggers.

And I'm with Galahir950 - I prefer the offset stick configuration on the Xbox controller.

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How does the Ds4 not have triggers? The back buttons are analog that can be pushed in with varying degrees? is that not a trigger? They're TRIGGERS! stfu about it already, you morons. Also, this site has apes for writers. Grammatically awful garbage.

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How does the Ds4 not have triggers? The back buttons are analog that can be pushed in with varying degrees? is that not a trigger? They're TRIGGERS! stfu about it already, you morons. Also, this site has apes for writers. Grammatically awful garbage.

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How does the Ds4 not have triggers? The back buttons are analog that can be pushed in with varying degrees? is that not a trigger? They're TRIGGERS! stfu about it already, you morons. Also, this site has apes for writers. Grammatically awful garbage.

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You're gonna think the DS3 is a piece of shit after using the DS4. you'll realize what us Xbox guys have been talking about for years ;)

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I look forward to trying out the new controller design (DS4). I honestly never liked the original config for the xbox controller. It was just not very comfortable to me. I did like the 360 setup pretty well, but the aftermarket "S" type (I think it was called) controllers were the best of the bunch from what I experienced. I do prefer the level analogs as opposed to the offset ones though. I suppose I should have prefaced this statement by saying that I own Sony consoles, however I didn't feel that it mattered when discussing the controllers themselves and the differences between them, as I have played with both on their respective consoles this generation.

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I've always hated level joysticks because then the rest of the controller feels like an option, rather than something necessary. That and DS1-3 sticks were always close together, so it was very possible to ram thumbs. Not anymore.

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There's just something about those offset analog sticks..it just feels so damn right.

I agree but I wasn't bothered by or noticed that they weren't offset on the DS4.

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There's just something about those offset analog sticks..it just feels so damn right.

I agree but I wasn't bothered by or noticed that they weren't offset on the DS4.

That's because you're a PS4 fanboy!

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