The Xbox 360 Wireless Controller with Transforming D-pad is a must-have for 360 gamers who demand a precise D-pad response.
While it costs a bit more than it should, the DualShock 3 adds the rumble support that should've been present in the PS3 from the beginning.
It's not the perfect controller for Virtual Console games, but the WaveBird remains the best wireless controller for playing older games on the Nintendo Wii.
Unless you don't have a GameCube controller or any GameCube games, give this Wii peripheral a pass.
Logitech's first stab at an iOS game controller nails design and feel, but lacks flexibility or extra features.
The Logitech Driving Force Pro is a wheel that perfectly complements the games it was designed for; if you have a need for GT 4-style speed, this wheel is for you.
Its $150, £120 or AU$200 price tag certainly puts it in an exclusive class, but the Elite controller is one of the most customizable, comfortable and luxurious controllers we've ever used.
The SteelSeries Stratus is the best-feeling and most versatile iOS game controller, but it's a lot to pay for an accessory.
Sony's PlayStation VR Aim Controller makes me unreasonably excited for light gun games.
The Xbox One S might be impressive, but don't overlook the new Xbox Wireless Controller.
The Razer Kishi mobile gaming controller delivers a near latency-free gaming experience on your phone.