Razer Atrox – Arcade Stick for Xbox One – Review

Razer Atrox Xbone Arcade stick Review, known to some as a fightstick as console fighting games are the most common use for arcade sticks these days…

The Razer Atrox features 8 tournament-grade Sanwa buttons, Sanwa joystick with ball top and additional bat top, Interchangeable top plate allows for custom artwork, Fully accessible internals and storage compartments for easy modding, 4 m detachable screw-lock USB cable for secure connection with quick-release.

“Arcade gaming has come a long way since its glory days – an era woven into the fabric of gaming history as one that paved the way for innovation, and also one that brought us bittersweet nostalgia. Hours spent at the arcade honed the gamer in you; for every coin you inserted, every combo you executed, every hit you took, and every ultra you unleashed in return – you became a better player. And this is the approach we took when designing the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox One.”

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“The original Razer Atrox arcade stick for the Xbox 360® was built on years upon years of collective gaming experience from pro gamers and the Razer community alike, and was engineered and refined to perfection through countless prototypes via an extensive beta testing phase. The All-new Razer Atrox arcade stick for Xbox One follows to same principle and has been crafted to allow the same advanced modification that gamers and modders have come to love over the years. With internals and storage easily accessible at the touch of a button, the joystick, all 10 buttons and the top panel are fully interchangeable for full customizability. Featuring genuine Sanwa™ hardware and an ergonomically authentic arcade layout, the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox One represents the pinnacle of precision and reliability and is the definitive arcade stick for tournament-grade gaming. Forged from the fires of an arcade gaming legacy, the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox One is, in the most primeval sense, Bred to Fight.”

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