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Microsoft’s new Xbox Adaptive Controller is now available in Singapore

For most people, getting prepped for a console gaming session is almost as simple as snapping our fingers – sit down, get comfy and pick up a controller, right? Well, for people with limited mobility, it may not be such a cakewalk. When you’re standing in their shoes, even such everyday tasks can be quite a chore, and to make matters worse, sometimes they can’t even accommodate the conventional controller design that we’re used to.

As such, these people, who are every bit as passionate about gaming as you or I, have to resort to expensive customised controllers in order to enjoy the latest Call of Duty or Devil May Cry title. However, these controllers are often more troublesome to make than they’re worth, due to the high degree of personalisation required for such items.

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