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The Xbox game controller, which sports the "jewel" logo, is built for maximum control and comfort. Its design is the result of thousands of hours of usability testing. It features an eight-way directional pad (D-pad), left and right analog sticks, left and right shoulder triggers, six pressure-sensitive multicolored analog buttons, dual slots for memory cards and other peripherals, and a built-in "rumble" feature to increase gaming realism. The controller also features a 9-1/2-foot-long cord to give gamers the freedom to sit nearly anywhere they want during gameplay.
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review by . November 19, 2001
The Xbox controller is very big, but surpirsingly comfertable! I had no problem holding this thing and useing it to play games like Dead or Alive 3 and Halo (I'm 16 by the way)! I don't know why people are complaining that this thing is the worste thing to happen to a game controller, but I think most people have already forgotten about the Nintendo 64 controller! The reason I took away a star is because I can't really see kids playing games with this thing, and not having a problem! Other then …
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