New PS3 controller unveiled

News out of E3 is that Sony have reverted back to the original Dual Shock controller, with a slight design change, additions and alterations. It is set to be welcomed by gamers after the disturbing prototype that has been shown in the past.

The key alterations include the removal of the cable (wireless), inclusion of bluetooth, the addition of a USB socket at the top of the controller, along with four connection indicator lights and the addition of a PlayStation button. The L2/[email protected] buttons have been enlarged and slightly increased depth wise and the angle of tilt on the analog joystick has been slightly broadened

The controller has a tilt functionality and sensitivity (roll, pitch and yaw) ie. move it around and your game will respond. This was seen in a demonstration of Warhawk at E3. The only loss to the revamped controller, is that it has now lost the vibration function (as it interferes with the information detected from the sensor).

News out of E3 is that Sony have reverted back to the original Dual Shock controller, with a slight design change, additions and alterations. It is set to be welcomed by gamers after the disturbing prototype that has been shown in the past.

The key alterations include the removal of the cable (wireless), inclusion of bluetooth, the addition of a USB socket at the top of the controller, along with four connection indicator lights and the addition of a PlayStation button. The L2/[email protected] buttons have been enlarged and slightly increased depth wise and the angle of tilt on the analog joystick has been slightly broadened

The controller has a tilt functionality and sensitivity (roll, pitch and yaw) ie. move it around and your game will respond. This was seen in a demonstration of Warhawk at E3. The only loss to the revamped controller, is that it has now lost the vibration function (as it interferes with the information detected from the sensor).

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