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About the product
- Precision controller enhanced to offer players absolute control for all games on PlayStation 4.
- Improved feel, shape, and sensitivity of dual analog sticks and trigger buttons
- New multi-touch and clickable touch pad on the face of the DualShock 4 Wireless Controller opens up worlds of new gameplay possibilities for both newcomers and veteran gamers.
- DualShock 4 Wireless Controller features a built-in speaker and stereo headset jack, putting several new audio options in the player's hands.
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From the manufacturer
A revolution in your hands
Take control of a new generation of play with a redesigned DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller that puts precision gaming in your hands.
Featuring a reimagined touch pad revealing your light bar from above alongside a stylish matt finish, it's the most ergonomic, intuitive way to play ever – and is available in a wide range of colours to suit your style.
Capture and show off your finest moments with just the push of a button. Upload gameplay videos and screenshots directly from your PS4 system or livestream your gameplay, all without disturbing your in-progress game.
Get even more precise control with the built-in touch pad that now shows the unique light bar, adding an extra dimension to your games.
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Play a new way.
The DualShock 4 Wireless Controller features familiar controls, and incorporates several innovative features to usher in a new era of interactive experiences. Its definitive analog sticks and trigger buttons have been improved for greater feel and sensitivity. A multi-touch, clickable touch pad expands gameplay possibilities, while the incorporated light bar in conjunction with the PlayStation Camera allows for easy player identification and screen adjustment when playing with friends in the same room. The addition of the Share button makes utilizing the social capabilities of the PlayStation 4 as easy as the push of a button. The DualShock 4 Wireless Controller is more than a controller; it's your physical connection to a new era of gaming.
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Opened the box, placed the controller on my charging station and let it charge for a few hours. Tried to pair it to my PS4 but the light just flashed 6 times. Connected with usb, same result. Tried 3 different cables, both USB slots of the PS4, restarted the PS4, hit the reset button on the controller next to the L2 button, held down the PS button + share button until the lights flashed. Nothing worked. Will be sending this back.
Edit: Changed the rating. I continued to experiment with the controller and figured I would return it in a few days when I drove by UPS. I had ordered a new cable which also didn't solve the connectivity issue, but then a friend brought THEIR new cable over and the controller connected immediately.
So I'm not sure if my PS4 was throwing a hissy fit, or if the controller was being picky about cables, but in the end it did work. However if I have to jump through hoops to KEEP it connected I'm going to start making phone calls to figure out the problem. I'd hate to have to send in my system =/
The touch pad isn't something I use too often since I'm a PC gamer, but I can see many situations where that would come in handy, like for inventory management or other things so you can save your other main buttons for important actions. The Start and Select buttons (I refuse to call them "Option" and "Share"...blegh) aren't exactly difficult to press, just a bit unconventional, but I'm getting used to them. And finally, the gyro and accelerometer for motion controls, on PC anyway, are a bit difficult to set up correctly. Once you do set it up it seems to work fairly well, but I only see myself using that for flying games or something, not much else.
Overall, I love this controller to death! I speedrun a ton of retro games and this has helped me a lot, it has since replaced my old horrible gamesir controller (the d-pad on that thing sucked and the sticks had massive deadzones making precision hellish). Probably the only controller I could see beating it would be the new 8bitdo analog snes controller (i love retro controllers) but I have yet to get my hands on any of them, so who knows.