GameSir G4s Wireless Bluetooth Gamepad Review
Posted by Lance Carter on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 - 8:00am
Gamepads, controllers, joysticks, whatever you call them since their invention in the late seventies they have had a huge impact on gaming for players using consoles, PCs and mobile devices. Though the problem with most gamepads is they don’t easily allow the player to use a single controller across all platforms. Pro Clockers would like to thank GameSir for sending us their G4 Advanced Edition gamepad a device that is going in the right direction of multiplatform performance. At first glance, there is an excitement at seeing what you would be purchasing at a store location or online because there is no packaging hindering your ability to see the entire front of the controller. The no secrets packaging is great, but the best way to get the full effect of using an amazing controller is break it out of its well packaged home.
"GameSir was born out of a pure desire: to create more fun.
GameSir, the leading brand of game controllers, was founded in Hong Kong, China in 2013.
GameSir has more than 5-year experience in research and development, and manufacturing in the sphere of game controllers.
GameSir has already earned a solid reputation for its remarkable performance in the field of game controllers, and grown into the worldwide brand with more than two million users abroad across China, USA, Canada, Japan, India, Brazil, Russia, Argentina, the UK, France, with growing number of users in more than 30 countries all over the world."
"Strive to make mobile games easier, to create more fun and to achieve the top of mobile device`s gaming potential. Commit to supply the leading game controller, brings gamers the most ultimate gaming experience. With its spirit of Innovation, Passion and Fun, GameSir puts all effort to inspire people with curiosity, passion for life and continuous self-challenge. "
"Spare no effort in creating the first four-in-one unique mobile gaming ecosystem, integrating Content, Platform, Software and Terminals into the industry of mobile games. GameSir, Just Play!"