Turbo Touch 360

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The Turbo Touch 360 is a series of aftermarket third-party controllers made by Triax for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and Sega Genesis. What separated them from other controllers on the market was the fact that instead of a D-pad, they had a touch-sensitive panel, much like the touchpad on a modern notebook computer. The idea was to reduce repetitive strain injury to the player.

Other than the touchpad, the controllers had a standard set of features for controllers of the time, with turbo support.


The controller was ranked the ninth worst video game controller by IGN editor Craig Harris.[1]


  1. ^ "Top 10 Tuesday: Worst Game Controllers". IGN. 2006-02-21. Retrieved 2009-08-07.