Major League Gaming MadCatz Controller Review -- Just In Time For MLG Anaheim


Posted May 31, 2012 - By Leah Jackson

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The Officially Licensed Major League Gaming Pro Circuit Controller for Xbox 360 was designed with customization in mind. Just in time for MLG Anaheim, this episode of Tech Junkies goes in-depth with this innovative controller and find that it's perfect for competitive gamers on the go.

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Within a few quick seconds, you can switch the controller to one of three styles, thanks to the controller's ProModule system. With it, you can freely move the D-Pad and analog sticks to make your own layout, or stick with a classic Xbox 360 or PS3 layout. You can also buy additional ProModule kits in different colors, tensions, lengths, and textures.

The Pro Circuit Controller also has easily swappable, magnetic top and side plates for even more individualism. Remember that since this controller is for tournaments, teams can use these customization options to emblazon their controllers with a logo. 

For more information about the Officially Licensed Major League Gaming Pro Circuit Controller from MadCatz check after the break.

To make the controller as precise as ever, it's corded with a braided ProCable that screws in to the top of the controller for easy transport. But let's say you're used to the feel of a wireless controller, the MLG Pro Circuit controller comes with a pair of 35g weights so that you can control how heavy the pad feels in your hand.

Bottom Line: With the removable faceplates, ProModule Components, and cartridge based weights; this controller has everything you and your team will need to take your game to the next level.
Price: $99.99

Major League Gaming MadCatz Controller Review -- Just In Time For MLG Anaheim

If you are interested in the MLG controller, then be sure to check out MLG Anaheim's Spring Championship from June 8-10. Gamers from around the world will be competing in StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty and League of Legends on PC, and  fighting games Mortal Kombat, Soul Calibur 5 and The King of Fighters 13 on the PlayStation 3 for more than $150,000 in prizes.

To watch, MLG will be broadcasting the tournament live via 11 streams at the MLG website. StarCraft 2 will be on six streams, four streams will be dedicated to League of Legends and one stream will feature fighting games. The standard definition streams will be free or you can purchase passes to watch the event ad-free in HD.

Let us know if you're going to be checking out MLG Anaheim, and what you thought of the MLG controller in the comments section.

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Major League Gaming MadCatz Controller Review -- Just In Time For MLG Anaheim


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