To revisit this article, select My⁠ ⁠Account, then View saved stories. Years ago, third party gaming controllers were dirt cheap and notorious for their poor craftsmanship—especially the eggshell plastic MadCatz knockoffs. Every household had one. It was reserved for kid siblings and houseguests you maybe didn't like that much. Those kinds of controllers gave third party gamepads a bad name—one that persists to this day. In recent years though, companies like Scuf and Astro have donned...

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