If your kids are spending long hours on the Microsoft XBOX gaming console, then you must take account of the controllers they are using in conjunction with their gaming console. Different types of Microsoft XBOX controllers are available that fit to the particular type of games your kids mostly play. Whether your kid is a big fan of Warcraft games or they play motion control games, they need different types of controllers as certain controllers are designed to be better in certain types of games. So, here is a short description on how each type of controller works for you so that you can identify the right one for your little gamer â€“
Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Controller
Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Controller is the standard controller. This is a wireless controller that has been widely chosen for its ease of use, functionality, design and feel of the device. At the same time, its compact size makes it perfectly fitting in the small hands of your kids. Moreover, the buttons are spaced with the right amount of space and are fast to respond with decent rebound. The controller makes pairing via wireless, a breeze.
Xbox 360 Real Arcade Pro EX-SE
If your kids are an avid fan of fighting games, then a standard Microsoft XBOX controller may not be a convenient controller for them. If you are frequently playing Super Street Fighter IV, then Xbox 360 Real Arcade Pro EX-SE could be a better company. This arcade stick is exactly the perfect controller, though it is big in size. The Real Arcade Pro EX-SE is sturdy and also eliminates the annoyance of navigating a controller’s shoulder buttons. The layout of the controller includes a big joystick with A, B, and X, Y buttons on the other side of the device. The large-button format will be convenient for your kidsâ€™ fingers â€“ thus they will gain better control and enjoy better gaming.
However, if your kids are playing different types of games, then they must choose between Razer Onza Tournament Edition (for soccer and baseball games), Microsoft Kinect for Microsoft XBOX 360 (for motion gaming) and Mad Catz Super Street Fighter IV FightPad (an economic alternative to Xbox 360 Real Arcade Pro EX-SE for playing fighting games).