FPS Freek Snipr
The FPS Freek Snipr is a little piece of hardware that adds onto the joystick controller pieces on the Playstation 4, and Xbox One controllers. I spent time playing with and reviewing the FPS Freek Snipr on the Xbox One. It adds substantial height to the joystick pieces on these controllers.
The obvious thing to say about the FPS Freek Snipr is it lowers efficiency. It takes longer for a hand to move from the joystick piece to one of the buttons. Smaller hands (like younger members of the family) will not be able to use the FPS Freek Snipr. Imagine trying to use it and the RT button at the same time. Their hands are not large enough to do so.
Some games like Forza Motorsport 5 were hard to adapt to the FPS Freek Snipr. Other games like Powerstar Golf were much easier. Going back to Forza – some turns require some major cranking. The height that the FPS Freek Snipr messed that up. Precision was better in Powerstar Golf though.
In games like Madden NFL 25 and Fifa 14 the FPS Freek Snipr did not have much of an impact. I had to learn to adapt to how much farther away the buttons were. Once I did the experience felt about the same. My performance was a little below normal for me.
I look at
FPS Freek Snipr in one way. It improves some things for some people, and
it messed up other things for other people. It is a precision tool for
certain instances. The FPS Freek Snipr works better for the first person
shooter games. Which are not family friendly. So ultimately the FPS
Freek Snipr does not apply to families.
Family Friendly Factor: 68%
System: Hardware/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Rating: 'NR' for Not Rated
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