Unofficial controllers have a bad (and all too often well-deserved)
reputation. Frequently, they're cheaply made, badly designed, or
fragile -- or some fatal combination of the three.
But that's far from a universal truth, as we discovered when we got
our hands on the latest range of products from Washington-based
manufacturer Power A.
Rather than just ripping off the official designs from console makers
Sony and Nintendo, Power A has delivered a couple of standout
peripherals that offer new options for gamers looking to customize
their control experience.
Power A Pro Pack Mini
Pro Pack Mini - Power A Unless you you actually get a look at the Mini in person, you could
be forgiven for thinking this Wii remote and