Mad Catz B.A.T 6 Review
Whenever we hear the name Mad Catz we think primarily of two things. Firstly the providers of most peoples second pad on their consoles when you couldn’t afford the price of the official one, and secondly their R.A.T range of mice which are designed like little else on the market.
With the latest addition to their peripheral roster, the B.A.T 6, they have kept the majority of the flexibility that is the Mad Catz trademark but wrapped it up in a mouse which looks a little more like the rest of the market, instead of the futuristic R.A.T design.
Boasting a high end sensor, subtle lighting and adjustable sides and palm section all wrapped up in a truly ambidextrous design the B.A.T 6 promises to deliver the perfect rodent for those of you who want something that isn’t one of the obvious ‘all my peripherals by the same manufacturer’ makes.
If the quality of the B.A.T 6 is up to the high standards of the R.A.T models then we could be in for a fun ride. There is, as always, only one way to find out.