Considering the fondness for old video games, everyone fights their own dilemma in choices. Perhaps it’s the character models from Final Fantasy VII’s low-poly wonderland, or the delightful click of putting in actual, tangible game cartridges. Perhaps your reminiscence is slightly less nostalgic, more computerized, and far more likely to display Dorito dust.
For this second category, Hyperkin is launching the latest Xbox 360 controller that is compatible with both PCs and contemporary consoles. The Xenon, as it’s known (in a reference to Microsoft’s Xbox 360 code), isn’t simply a lookalike but is a really authorized remake.
Modern features like USB-C connectivity, a share button, and a 3.5mm audio jack to link preferred headgear are added to the controller. Also, in addition to the classic Dorito dust-attracting white, Hyperkin is liberal with color choices and plans to produce the Xenon precisely in pink, black and red.
Specters of Xbox 360 Controllers Set In Motion
This is not Hyperkin’s first attempt at bringing back an Xbox classic. You might recall the Duke, which was presumed a spoof of the first (and incredibly bulky) black Xbox controller. like the Admiral, utilizing controllers, a wireless version of the recognizable trident-shaped device from the Nintendo 64, it also indulges in retro Nintendo nostalgia.
Although we haven’t actually had a glimpse of the Xbox 360 Controller yet, Xenon appears to be an incredibly meticulous recreation of Microsoft’s actual hardware.
The Xenon could even be slighter of a farce than other recreations and supplemental of a daily usage wedge of technology because the Xbox 360 controller is designed much more similar to the current-generation controllers that the majority of people use today.
One must use their imagination for the time being since the Xenon currently has no pricing or release date. Alternately, Microsoft’s backward compatibility could really work in one’s favor if one managed to hang onto the controller for this long.