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Razer’s moddable Xbox One fighting stick costs $200

Monday, 14th July 2014 10:41 GMT By Matt Martin

Razer has unveiled a customisable fighting stick for the Xbox One.

The joystick, 10 buttons and top panel are all customisable on the Razer Atrox, which allows easy access to its internals with the touch of a button.

The bottom of the internal compartment is also a honeycomb structure allowing for easier modifications if you want to go further than the standard customisation.

Check it out in the images below and get over to the official website if you want to put your money down on it.

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  1. undermyrules

    ahahahaaha and then they said the console will cost you 400$ …what about TV, another controler, and not to forget the games cost 60$….in 2 years you will spend more than 3000$ and pc gamers will still have left like 1000$ for another gaming pc hahahahaha…..not the forget the extra accesories for console 200$ hahaha

    #1 2 weeks ago
  2. Judicas

    @undermyrules Troll

    #2 2 weeks ago
  3. Judicas

    Just like the madcatz ki fightstick this is sh*t without any way to use a mic! NEXT!

    #3 2 weeks ago
  4. DiodeX

    And if it works as well as my never used cos its shite Onza controller!
    LT and RT trigger rebound ffs!, piece of shit

    #4 2 weeks ago
  5. jos3moreira

    @undermyrules You should stop eating shit dude. It is clearly affecting your tiny-last-two brain cells. Oh, and get a life…

    #5 2 weeks ago
  6. DiodeX

    @undermyrules way to make it about the uberclass again ffs! And you’d be a dumbass to buy a console without having a TV in place! words fail me

    #6 2 weeks ago
  7. thegrimmling

    All Hail The PC Gamer!

    #7 2 weeks ago
  8. undermyrules

    @DiodeX @jos3moreira you two took the bait like a fish i was trolling…its just i had some negative energy i wasted on trolling…succesfull troll

    #8 2 weeks ago
  9. Darkfield

    Well I know only one thing, my days of buying Razer began and died with Razer Naga Hex, in which after only 2 months the middle mouse button died and left me with no alternative as they have no official service center in Iran. I should’ve went for G700 back then. Logitech stuff is rock solid. My MX518 and G15 keyboard are a testament to that. Had them both since launch.

    #9 2 weeks ago