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Victrix’s Pro BFG Controller For PS5 Can Transform Into A Portable Fight Stick

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PDP’s Victrix Pro BFG controller for the PlayStation 5 is shown, with a focus on its modular design that can be adjusted to move analog sticks, or to provide arcade fight stick controls.
The Pro BFG is quite a sight to behold. It’s not as easy on the eyes as Sony’s DualSense, but it offers far more features that serious gamers will likely enjoy tinkering with. | Image: PDP

A company beat Sony’s DualSense Edge controller to the quarter-circle punch. PDP’s Victrix sub-brand announced the Pro BFG, a wireless PS5, PS4, and PC (X-Input) controller aimed at fighting game enthusiasts and officially licensed by Sony. The Pro BFG delivers more than just swappable analog sticks and directional pads. The highlight feature is its modular plates that let you remix the layout of the controller. It costs $179.99 to preorder, and it’s launching in December.

The default layout of the Pro BFG is similar to the default PS5 controller, with analog sticks near each other underneath the touchpad. You can keep it that way, or you can use the included hex screwdriver to flip it around so that it’s more like an Xbox-style…

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The Game Awards 2022: All The Announcements And Trailers

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Keigh-3 but make it winter

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A Guy Playing An Alto Flute In The Game Awards Orchestra Won The Night

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Screenshot from The Game Awards brodcast featuring a man with curly hair playing an alto flute
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Tonight’s Game Awards was probably one of the more entertaining showcases in the event’s 10-year history and it has nothing to do with any of the games that swept the awards and everything to do with a guy and his flute.

Al Pacino started the show, not with a bang but with a poorly legible whimper as the celebrated actor struggled to read the no-doubt tiny words of the teleprompter. Then Christopher Judge, in accepting the award for Best Performance for his incredible, soulful, and heartening performance as Kratos, rambled for a good handful of minutes longer than he should have. Though his speech was a bit awkward and long-winded, I firmly believe Mr. Keighley let Judge go on for as long as he did in order to keep the rest of the show…

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The Biggest Announcements And Trailers From The Game Awards 2022

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Death Stranding 2. | Image: Kojima Productions

Star Wars, Death Stranding, Street Fighter, Super Mario, and much more.

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