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Ps3 Controllers – Excellent Product
What can I say? This is the official, wireless, SIXAXIS (spell that backwards and it’s the same), vibrating controller by Sony for the PS3. I once bought an off-brand controller for my Super Nintendo years ago, and it broke with no abuse within a year or so. The official, Nintendo SNES controller never gave me any trouble. There’s a reason why the official controllers from the companies who made the actual console cost so much: they *work*. If you buy a PS3 controllers, make sure it’s this one. Avoid any that aren’t Dual Shock 3, as those are older models that don’t vibrate. Thanks for reading and I hope this helps you with your decision.
PS3 Controllers – Lasts Longer Then The One That Shiped With Older PS3
There are lots of reviews on how the Dualshock performs. This is a report on how well it lasts under heavy use. When I bought my second PS3 last May, a 40 gig (came with the non-Dual Shock controller), I got a second PS3 Controllers, a dual shock. I am a pretty heavy user, on daily for at least a couple of hours. I mostly play either NCAA Football 09 or SOCOM: US Navy Seals Confrontation Stand Alone so that gives you an idea of my type of controller use. I use one of the controllers until I get the battery is low warning and then I swap them on the charging cable.
The regular controller that shipped with my PS3 now is having problems with the sticks not being centered when you aren’t touching them and the springs on the L2 and R2 are almost gone so if you barely rest your finger on them, you activate them. The Dualshock, on the other hand, is working pretty much just the way it was when I first got it. So after equal play my Dualshock is still pretty much like new 10 months after getting it and the one that shipped with the PS3 the sticks aren’t centered so you drift around and the button springs are shot. So, time to get another Dualshock.
PS3 Controllers – Ps3 Dualshock Wireless Controller
I recently purchased this PS3 Controllers as an additional controller for my PS3. While I do not have a game that utilizes the controller’s vibration and six-axis functions, I find that it functions very well and is slightly more responsive than the controller that came with the system. I also find that it is slightly heavier, but that is to be expected considering that it contains the vibration motor and six-axis components.
I am very pleased with the purchase and the price was very reasonable.
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