Antonio Alonso is creating Game controller reviews
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Don't you hate it when you're going to buy a game controller and find little to no info apart from PR releases? I do, i'm actually a controller maniac and look to every nook and cranny of a controller before giving my money. Games have extensive - and expensive - coverage, but the devices we play them with unluckily don't, it's the official controller or bust, and even then official controllers may not be even that good.

I'm a writer for a modest, albeit good, videogames media, and also have my own blog wich i opened precisely for posting controller reviews, however they are expensive, and i've been only capable to post about three reviews of controller and peripherals.

My objective is to keep reviewing hardware, controllers to be precise, however i'm open to review almost anything, hardware have no coverage nowadays, and the pieces that get reviews do it with no original images (only renders and PR photos) and are usually short and/or imprecise. That's not my style, does it have this flaw? I say it, does it not work with that genre? You'll know it, no controller will be held back 'cause being a 3rd party product, and no controller will be overblown for being a 1st party product. Honestity, no more, no less.

My plan is to write 1 or 2 reviews monthly, obviosly i'm open to do more than that but i usually test intensively any controller before giving it my judgment. Every review with original photos from every possible angle, and with natural light.

Also, since i'm spanish but have a decent english level, all reviews will be published in spanish and english.
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I actually have a crappy phone with a pretty crappy camera. Here's what the Wii U Gamepad, subject of my first review, looks like.

Do you want a review with such crappy photos? Me neither. So that's what this goal it's for. I don't think i need anything else, so by now this is my only extra goal.


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Don't you hate it when you're going to buy a game controller and find little to no info apart from PR releases? I do, i'm actually a controller maniac and look to every nook and cranny of a controller before giving my money. Games have extensive - and expensive - coverage, but the devices we play them with unluckily don't, it's the official controller or bust, and even then official controllers may not be even that good.

I'm a writer for a modest, albeit good, videogames media, and also have my own blog wich i opened precisely for posting controller reviews, however they are expensive, and i've been only capable to post about three reviews of controller and peripherals.

My objective is to keep reviewing hardware, controllers to be precise, however i'm open to review almost anything, hardware have no coverage nowadays, and the pieces that get reviews do it with no original images (only renders and PR photos) and are usually short and/or imprecise. That's not my style, does it have this flaw? I say it, does it not work with that genre? You'll know it, no controller will be held back 'cause being a 3rd party product, and no controller will be overblown for being a 1st party product. Honestity, no more, no less.

My plan is to write 1 or 2 reviews monthly, obviosly i'm open to do more than that but i usually test intensively any controller before giving it my judgment. Every review with original photos from every possible angle, and with natural light.

Also, since i'm spanish but have a decent english level, all reviews will be published in spanish and english.

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