Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 10:09 Posted by Clash Sunday, 14 October 2012 12:21
Reviewed by Paul for FamilyFriendlyGaming
We review a wide array of products here at Family Friendly Gaming. The FPS Freek Havoc and Infinity are two of the most interesting products we have ever reviewed. Some may wonder why we are reviewing these two little pieces of hardware. After all they help gamers in FPSers.
Family Friendly Gaming does not do much with first person shooters. The few we have reviewed have failed miserably. So why touch the FPS Freek Havoc and Infinity? There are first person puzzle games like Quantum Conundrum, and Portal 2 that can benefit from the FPS Freek Havoc and Infinity as well.
I plugged or maybe it was snapped on the FPS Freek Havoc and Infinity on the joysticks on the Xbox 360 controller. I immediately noticed how much taller it made them. My brain analyzed this from two angles. The first one was it will be harder to tap the buttons on the controller. The second was I would have better mobility in these two joystick controls.
Boy was I was right about the improved mobility. First person games give me a nasty headache pretty quickly. Part of that has to do with the controls in these games. The FPS Freek Havoc and Infinity actually allowed me to play longer before receiving a headache. I also noticed how easy it was to move around thanks to the FPS Freek Havoc and Infinity.
The FPS Freek Havoc has a skull on each black button. My kids immediately told me how gross that was. The FPS Freek Infinity has eagles on it. Plus the blue color looks better in my opinion. It is not easy snapping these buttons on at first, but once they are on, they are stable. It can take a bit to get them off as well.
One cool thing about the FPS Freek Havoc and Infinity is they are made in the USA. I love to be able to point things like that out to our readers. The price of these is decent in my opinion as well.
Family Friendly Factor: 73%
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated