Does anyone mind if I pour scorn on this?
So instead of using the official pads bundled with each system, I pay (a lot) extra for a third party one? Setting aside the fact that I doubt it would feel as nice as a genuine official controller, what pressing problem does this solve? For those people constantly playing both their PS4 and Xbox One and having two pads is SUCH a hassle?
It feels like a solution in search of a problem. It's like those universal remotes, but they at least have some use because you tend to use appliances simultaneously, unlike with games consoles. Also, maybe I'm alone, but if I play a console, I want the authentic experience. I bought a NES USB pad off eBay for $2 because playing emulated NES just feels right like that.
Sorry, but buying a pad to replace things I've already got seems pointless to me.
Also, "Having already passed $115,000 at the time of writing, the gaming community has embraced it; because of this we will see the controller become a reality". Woah woah, hold your horses there. A successful Kickstarter campaign ain't a guarantee of anything.