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Unboxing the Fallout 4 Xbox One controllerGameSpot's Rob Handlery and Erick Tay take a look at the wired Xbox One Fallout 4 Controller.
Erick Tay. What's up, man? What's up, dude? We have a Vault Boy wired controller, and supposedly, these are no longer in stores. Yep, you can only buy it, I think, at one week in Bethesda's sale of all Fallout products. Currently, it's not available anymore. It was $59.99. This is actually Danny's We're gonna unbox it for him so why don't you get into it.>>Let's do it. [SOUND] So yes it is a wired controller. [SOUND] I am told, here is some instructions we'll get to that later Ten feet of pure awesomeness USB, right there. Boom. Boom. And then we have the controller itself. Alright, so we've got a blue and yellow [UNKNOWN] scheme there. Very nice. Its got a nice kinda rubber grip all around here. This is plastic, you got sticks, these aren't as concave as the other controllers [CROSSTALK] Yeah, I wasn't that big of a fan of it personally, myself, but you said they felt pretty good so Yeah, they felt pretty good. My thumbs aren't really moving, sometimes you have to readjust but it feels pretty good. Triggers are great but the kicker here is you've got this volume button here, which does things three things, it's got three functions. One if you are voice chatting, no longer do you need this guy for your voice chat online play, if you're talking to your buddies. You push this once to mute yourself. You hold it and push up and down to adjust your game volume. You hold it as well to go left and right to balance between the game audio and your chat audio. So that's actually a pretty sweet function. No longer do you have to kind of go into the menu of the Xbox during a game. You can do it On the fly. Cool. Well, all right. Extra controller. So for your FallOut news, you go to gamespot.com. [MUSIC]