The Evolution of the Xbox Controller

GameSpot – For nearly twenty years, Microsoft’s Xbox has been a constant force in gaming, nestled alongside Sony’s PlayStation as one of the most popular gaming brands. With the coming shift that the upcoming Xbox Series X will bring, fans have been clamoring for more details on what’s to come with next-gen. While the console itself features some impressive features, the one thing that players are especially excited to see more of, and to get their hands on, is the controller itself. The many controllers throughout Xbox’s history have placed themselves among the pantheon of gaming’s most iconic devices, and the Xbox Series X’s controller looks to continue on a tradition of having an accessible and engaging peripheral to get a grip on.

With this in mind, we wanted to take a look at the history of the Xbox’s key controllers and upgrades. Many of these controllers would possess features and innovations that would go on to become trailblazers for more exciting and accessible ways to play for the audience. In this video, video producer Jay Julio takes us back to the beginning with the Xbox’s original controller–often known as The Duke–and explains how each device paved the way for what came next.

14 SUPER NINTENDO Games NOBODY Talks About – SNES

JohnRiggs – Super Nintendo may be the greatest game system of all time. Here are 14 SNES games that need more love. Not quite SNES Hidden Gems but kind of best SNES games that aren’t the usual games like Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy.

Games Featured: Brain Lord Spanky’s Quest Axelay Lagoon Skyblazer Goof Troop Skuljagger Dragon View Xardion Soul Blazer Hammerlock Wrestling True Lies X-Caliber 2097 E.V.O.

Games in Intro: Paladin’s Quest Young Merlin Street Combat Timecop Plok Robotrek

Retro Gaming with a Heavy Metal Soundtrack