Like I don't have enough controllers already… I think Xbox One controller is somewhat better. PlayStation 4 controller feels too soft. Yes, it has a touchpad, lights and a speaker, but the buttons’ press doesn't feels very crisp. Also the D-Pad feels kinda mushy, while on Xbox controller you can feel each direction very well. I guess I'll play with it for a while and then decide. I already know it'll be way better than Steam controller, at least in controller-based games.
It costed a lot (even though I bought it from Amazon) and it wasn't easy to get it on time, but I managed to get my hands on it. Actually, I got it this Monday, it was just a pretty busy week so I didn't really have time to do much at the evenings, besides I wanted to give the controller some test run first before writing about it.
The controller has its ups and downs. I still can't decide if it's really good or not. I think I'll just make a bullet-list of its good and bad sides and then summarize my short experience with it.
Yup, that's totally more important than a new pair of shoes. It's almost summer anyway and rains are about to stop in a few days, so I can wait one more month. I was so excited! At first, that is. After all, who doesn't like to play with a new gadget, even if it's almost like the one I already own? But then I turned it on. I was able to choose English language for the menu, although a few elements of the interface are still in Russian, which kinda bugs me.