Meet the ALL Controller. It’s a single pad designed to work effortlessly across all your gaming consoles; for those that hate clutter and have multiple gaming systems it could certainly be useful.

Launched on Kickstarter, the product is already making waves by smashing its target of $75,000 Canadian dollars with 43 days left to run. Having already passed $115,000 at the time of writing, the gaming community has embraced it; because of this we will see the controller become a reality. 

Among its features it allows for every button to be remapped to the player’s personal specification, and sensitivity can also be calibrated. Most resembling an Xbox One controller, it features a small LCD screen for pairing to the requested device. It’s wireless with some devices, while a dongle is used for others. 

Console-wise the ALL Controller currently supports PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360, with the Nintendo Switch listed in its development timeline. Other devices featured are PC, MAC, iOS and Android, with the option to change your layout to a keyboard and mouse form if preferred.

The successful Kickstarter campaign means that the item will look to launch next May at the price of CA$110 dollars (£66.56 apx). Considering this is not much higher than your standard controller, the ALL Controller could turn out to be a hot property if it lives up to expectations. 

What do you think of the ALL Controller? Do you need one in your gaming life?

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