If you have been following The Slanted (or previously, Gaming Examiner) for a while, then you know that we’ve been working with KontrolFreek for some time. From controller grips to shields, KontrolFreek always comes up with some unique solutions to common gaming woes.
Today, KF launches the FPS Freek Justice. The Justice is based off of the low-profile CQC line of controller grips, and was inspired by the Gears of War community and Gears of War: Judgment. This design was chosen out of more than 600 submissions submitted during KontrolFreek’s March “You Be the Judge” contest that offered GoW fans the opportunity to design, name and vote for a future FPS Freek. The winning design and name were created by Randall Rolfe, whose winning submission directly influenced the final product.
Says Ashish Mistry, CEO of KontrolFreek: “We’ve always listened to our fans for feedback and inspiration, but this is the first time we’ve directly asked our fans to join us in the creative process. We couldn’t be happier with the response we received or the final result.”
The Justice’s thumbpad is one of the most comfortable I have ever used. Sitting nice and low for a natural feel, the Justice features a concave surface with an etched design to provide superior grip, something I need since I tend to get sweaty hands while gaming. Other features include:
– Increased length of the analog sticks (0.30 inches)
– Lower profile design
– Improved accuracy while aiming
– Quicker movement
– Enhanced grip and comfort
– “Snap to” and acquire targets much faster
The FPS Freek Justice is available now here for $13.99.