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11 Nov 2019

A smaller, smarter controller for Alex

A bit of downsized, low-force magic has worked wonders for Alex, who was finding the buttons and joysticks on his standard Xbox One controller a bit too far apart to use because of his Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy.

A PowerA mini 360 controller has done the trick, modified with low-force joysticks and buttons and accessorised with remapped external switches for the back buttons.

Great to be able to help Alex regain some extreme shooter smiles as he blasts through RAGE, his favourite!

Alex in his chair, smiling and playing video games

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