Beastly Review: X One Adapter
All right gamers it is that time again for a nice product review of X One Adapter. This device is fashioned to fit on your Xbox One controller and Xbox One Elite. Brook Designs is known to give gamers their preferred controllers on their favorite systems. In collaboration with Video Games New York, I was asked to review said device.
X One Adapter Rundown
The X One Adapter fits on the Xbox One or Elite controller which will offer you to play on PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch as well as the Xbox One system. The device promises to offer you the same control a well as motion controls for said systems. There is even a turbo feature that you can map and program. As said in my video review there were some complications that took way too long to fix. For the average consumer, this would be a chore. So, let’s break it down to Pros and Cons.
- Rechargeable battery
- Simple on and off function
- Motion control feature
- Easy Access to sync with Xbox and PS4
- I didn’t notice any input delays
- Syncing with the Nintendo Switch was difficult
- Trying to map the Touchpad on the Device failed
- Instructions are vague – Seriously a minute long with not much detail on syncing or mapping.
- Even if you map the systems, switching between them is not easy.
One thing I did fail to mention is that there will be a little key in which you can reset the device to start over. This will come in handy if you ever need too. As stated before, it is great if you want to go through hoops to get it working. However, Brook has many other devices that will give you what you need to use your favorite controller. I will stick with my score of 3.5 out of 5 only because I am thinking about the consumer. If it doesn’t have easy functions especially when it comes to set up. That can be a deal-breaker, I would not mind a more in-depth breakdown on set by brook.
You can pick up the X One Adapter in Store at Video Games New York and please check out the other products on their website. If you are looking for a mutli-use controller be sure to see our review of the Mars Controller. – Beast Out –