SC3 Wireless Pro Gamepad Review (PlayStation 4)

Our SC3 Wireless Pro Gamepad Review has us playtesting it for the discerning player for PlayStation 4, PC, and Mobile devices. Packed with features such as programmable rumble triggers, integrated motion sensor, re-mappable back buttons, and 3 sets of magnetic changeable thumbsticks for precise gameplay. A programmable RGB lighting system and 2 customizable face plates allow you to personalize the look of your controller and the built-in 2-way audio, How does it stack up though? Let’s find out.

SC3 Wireless Pro Gamepad Review Pros:

  • Chunky controller.
  • Works with – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch.
  • Easy to pair via the USB cable or wirelessly.
  • Box contents – Gamepad, USB cable, screwdriver, additional fascia, two additional thumbsticks at different heights.
  • Compact packaging.
  • Rumble triggers that mean when you press them they vibrate.
  • Eight colors to instantly flip between, you can also turn off all lights and have it cycle through the colors.
  • Handy mute mic button.
  • Motion sensor built-in.
  • Volume control on the bottom of the pad.
  • Has a healthy weight to it.
  • Headphone (3.5mm jack)
  • Buttons click and feel responsive.
  • The d-pad is kinda squishy in feel but it works really well and feels nice.
  • Programmable back buttons.
  • Multiple thumbsticks that are connected via magnets, at different lengths means you can fully customize for comfort.
  • Nice grips on the controller itself to help stave off that sweaty palm feeling.
  • Lightweight but feels like it can take a drop or two.
  • The screws are not necessary so if you find yourself changing the plates a lot it won’t be a problem, They snap on.

SC3 Wireless Pro Gamepad Review Cons:

  • Doesn’t work with Playstation 5 games.
  • The screwdriver is very small.
  • The screws themselves feel like they are going to get rounded off every time you go to use them.
  • Haven’t found a grip/holder for a mobile phone so you can game comfortably on it with the controller and phone attached.
  • It is very chunky and people with smaller hands may struggle.

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SC3 Wireless Pro Gamepad:

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Manufacturer: Gioteck

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The SC3 Wireless pad is a beast of a controller. The initial appearance is it looks closer to a Dualshock 4 rather than the newer PlayStation 5 controllers, it looks like a general run of the mill 3rd party pad. Turn it on and instantly it starts to feel premium, I love the colors on it as they flow around the controller, the cycle all colors feature being a particular winner. The buttons are click and responsive, the d-pad is one of the best d-pads I have used in a while with a squishy yet responsive control feel. I use it a lot with my pc and it did connect to my Playstation 5 but you get a whole this pad doesn’t have the haptic and support message. Instead of haptic, it does the next best thing is it has its own rumble motors sat within the triggers so you feel every button press in-game, it’s not haptic but it does the job. My only real issues with the pad are the screws for the fascias as they are small and feel like they will break, so much so I have changed the facia once and left it alone, it ain’t a good feeling plus I have big hands and you are given a screwdriver the size of a small battery. In summary, I think the pad still looks cheap or should I say cheaper than it is, use or even just hold the pad and you can feel where the quality is from the lighting to the customisation to the excellent buttons and sticks, being able to change the height of each individual thumbstick is brilliant. At the end of the day, if you don’t have a Playstation 5 with the haptic feedback controller, this is the next best thing.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!