Microsoft shook the gaming world when it announced the Microsoft Elite controller for the Xbox One. Featuring a design with the pro player in mind, the controller features interchangeable joysticks, a flat, dish-like d-pad, and four rear paddle buttons. The controller boasts increased grip, sensitive hair triggers, and a price tag to match the quality expected from the pro community. Gamers met this with mixed reactions. A mass produced, customizable, top-tier controller experience that you can find at your local electronics retailer sounds like a good thing on paper, but can the price live up to the promises? While the world at large pondered that question, other questions arose within our community: Can Microsoft release a more accessible version of their controller, and market it in every store across the country, allowing a more accessible gaming experience to the entire gaming community?
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