A review of the Xbox360 Razer Onza Tournament Edition
I've been playing on the Xbox since 2004 and I've seen a fair line-up of third party controllers. While the experience thus far has not been impressive, I was excited about the Onza. After all, this is a product of Razer, a brand of quality. The difference between the Onza standard and the Tournament Edition is the non-slip rubberised surface, adjustable resistance analog sticks and backlighting on the face buttons. While both versions are wired, the Tournament edition sports a long braided cable with a safety trip – a feature also found in standard Xbox controllers.