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Good second controller for the casual gamer,
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This review is from: PlayStation 3 Call of Duty: Black Ops PrecisionAIM Controller (Accessory)
Received the controller today and gave it a whirl on Medal of Honour, as Black ops is still a week or so away. Anyways the look of the controller is top notch, the artwork looks great and the red LED glow from the base of the stick is again very pleasing to the eye, especially at night.
I found no lag from the wireless controller, as some seem to think you might get,and the general build quality seems sturdy. The sticks are responsive, very much the same if not better than the stock controller. Shoulder triggers also feel abit grippier.
For the cons, the way I hold the controller, I feel the combat buttons are alittle low. Its not a bad thing as I am happy with them, just if the buttons we bigger, or oval in shape they might work alittle better. The Precision Aim isnt a big winner. Yes it slows the right stick down when the combat button is pressed but its to slow, unless your lining up a target on the other side of the map. The good thing though is you can remap the combat buttons on the fly so at least they dont go to waste. The D-Pad is also not as good as the stock controller so for anything D-pad dependent I wouldnt recommend it.
Overall I am happy with it, going to be a good addition to the PS3 and its seems to be built to last. If you like the look and keen to spend the money on a controller that isnt stock standard, I would recommend this all the way.
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Initial post: Nov 10, 2010 6:45:48 AM PST
Christopher A. Owen says:
Was wondering if the stick is as secetive as the ps3 controller like when your tring to run you knife instead?
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