The learning curve of using Steam's proposed controller is certainly high with the bizarre new button configuration and the replacement of the conventional analog sticks, but following several first impressions hit the main media, Steam opted to make a few major adjustments before it hits the shelves.

The first change to be implemented is the dropping of the central touch screen, which will now be replaced with a conventional D-Pad and a set of ABXY buttons. The configuration of the controller is now more similar to Xbox 360 controller's configuration which makes changing over relatively easy, but the concept is less unique, making the product harder to sell to people who are already satisfied with the 360 controller.

Steam Controller Revised

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