Razer Atrox – Arcade Stick for Xbox One – Review

June 26, 2020

Razer Atrox Xbone Arcade stick Review, known to some as a fightstick as console fighting games are the most common use for arcade sticks these days…
The Razer Atrox features 8 tournament-grade Sanwa buttons, Sanwa joystick with ball top and additional bat top, Interchangeable top plate allows for custom artwork, Fully accessible internals and storage compartments for easy modding, 4 m detachable screw-lock USB cable for secure connection with quick-release.
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“Arcade gaming has come a long way since its glory days – an era woven into the fabric of gaming history as one that paved the way for innovation, and also one that brought us bittersweet nostalgia. Hours spent at the arcade honed the gamer in you; for every coin you inserted, every combo you executed, every hit you took, and every ultra you unleashed in return – you became a better player. And this is the approach we took when designing the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox One.

“The original Razer Atrox arcade stick for the Xbox 360® was built on years upon years of collective gaming experience from pro gamers and the Razer community alike, and was engineered and refined to perfection through countless prototypes via an extensive beta testing phase. The All-new Razer Atrox arcade stick for Xbox One follows to same principle and has been crafted to allow the same advanced modification that gamers and modders have come to love over the years. With internals and storage easily accessible at the touch of a button, the joystick, all 10 buttons and the top panel are fully interchangeable for full customizability. Featuring genuine Sanwa™ hardware and an ergonomically authentic arcade layout, the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox One represents the pinnacle of precision and reliability and is the definitive arcade stick for tournament-grade gaming. Forged from the fires of an arcade gaming legacy, the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox One is, in the most primeval sense, Bred to Fight.”

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All Comments

  • Looks good. Probably smarter to just get this than a $80 and then get annoyed and replace all the buttons and joysticks to Sanwa after a few months? Would you recommend for a first arcade stick to just go this route vs a $80 cross platform stick that often sounds twitchy.. (needing Xbox remote wired to activate etc etc etc). Or maybe an X-Arcade with adapters for about the same money? Have you used an X-Arcade as well? Thoughts?

    alexshdvideo June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Haaahaaa

    Sharingan Wane June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • I likke your far cry shirt

    Brandon Oporta June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • aaaaaaaand sf5 is for ps4 😀

    wajietaus June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • great review, thanks! you gave me all the info I was looking for and i'll soon be ordering up 2 of these =)

    Geoff Hiller June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • does this one work with the pc

    JayVEV0 June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • I loved my TE2 stick until I tried out the Razer Atrox. To be honest, the Razer is more comfortable and feel more fluid then the TE2. The design of the Razer is sturdier then that of the TE2, which in my opinion makes the TE2 feel cheap! I was so impressed with the Razer Atrox I got lucky on ebay last night and nabbed one for $130 😀 

    Dennis Mason June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Hi Blunty, good review. I have a question, can I extend the USB cable on this arcade stick for xbox one somehow? My xbox one is far from my TV. Thanks!

    Rawrior June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Thanks for the review bud.

    Built2Fast June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Thanks for the review blunty. Just bought one of these.

    Daniel Pepper June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • I love collecting sticks. I like how easily one can mod these sticks and its value becomes apparent to those interested in competing in tournaments. I haven't realized this importance until yesterday. After playing some Killer Instinct with my Hori HRAP V3 Kai (love this stick) and a converter, my bat top came loose. Since the only way to retighten it is to remove every screw on the bottom of the unit and remove the bottom plate, I realized how much of a pain this is. For tournaments, you don't have time for that nonsense. The problem would be exacerbated if a button broke midway through the competition and you needed to make a quick fix. This is where the Mad Catz TE2 and Razer Atrox make a lot of sense. I'm thinking of getting the Atrox but, man, that's a lot of bread for a stick. I'm just a poor grad student, after all. Thanks for the review, Blunty.

    Daric June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • i hope razer comes out with a razer controller for xbox 1

    Mrlorden June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Could you use it on a pc since its got, what looks like, a usb port that hooks into the xbox one?

    TabooSama June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Hey Blunty , I just had a question, you mentioned you can replace stuff easily with this….but my question is, how easy is it to replace the buttons? Like for example if you like colored buttons instead of them all being black. Would that be a easy or hard thing to replace? For example, I am a fan of the SNES's colorful button controller. Could someone do the same with this?

    Conker The Cat June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Will there be a PS4 version?

    Gutterguy720 June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • More Blunt-Lair cam Blunty! 🙂

    Lord LOC June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • The stick is way too close to the buttons, I feel claustrophobic just looking at it.

    Mun Kii June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • will it work on pc?

    Zontar82 June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Is the Xbox One Version of this Arcade Stick compatible with Pc's?

    Bruno Marques June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Are you planning on doing one on the standard controller Razer has? I usually go for the cheaper Logitech F-### ones since they are quite comfortable and durable, just wanted to see if it's really worth getting a Razer one.

    Immac (RockLeet) June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • And you're an Orchid player? I'm coming for you, pal. 😛

    Cyberwaste June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • As someone that owns the 360 version of the Atrox, I can tell you this plays really well no matter what your game and is built like a tank. Plus you can modify it real easy to modify it with different buttons or sticks/gates. I kept hearing that the XBONE version of the Atrox is $350… Dunno about that, given that the MadCatz TE2 is $50 cheaper and appears to have similar build quality.

    Cyberwaste June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • Wow great review!

    DrumHovel June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • This is off topic, but do you typically have to send stuff back to the company? When you're reviewing it? I just find that odd for some reason… though, considering it's Razor we're talking about…hmm. Expensive company 😛

    Also, nice review.

    Also, I flip off my games as well when I have finished a hard stage.

    SensibleGaming June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply
  • "The pint remains" lol, well done blunty 😛

    PAPO1990 June 26, 2020 8:03 am Reply

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