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PS3 Assault Rifle Controller

2.7 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
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  • Add to realism; the feel of a rifle during simulated combat
  • Life like shooting sound effects from built in speaker
  • Includes removable scope and stock
  • Uses trigger as R1 button
  • Connects to PS3 Via Included Bluetooth Dongle and Powered by 2 AA batteries (not Included)

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With the look of an assault rifle and lightweight construction for ease of use, this accessory allows gamers to get down on the floor in full sniper pose and wreak havoc in their favorite first-person shooter games, including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Call of Duty: World at War, and all other shooter games. Designed with modern warfare in mind, the Assault Rifle's trigger functions as the R1 button for realistic "reaction" game-play. Each OEM Sony PlayStation controller button is represented on the Assault Rifle, including the D-pad, PS button, start and select buttons, and clickable thumb sticks for strafing, running, steadying the weapon, and exploring the game environment. Gamers can pull the trigger with one hand and press the controller buttons with the other to shoot enemy combatants and move through the gaming environment. The Rifle comes with a removable scope and stock. The Assault Rifle also features a built-in speaker with realistic sound effects that can be turned on and off for a fun game play experience. By pulling the trigger, the Rifle emits single shot, three-shot burst, and fully automatic sound effects to complement the on-screen action that can be activated even when the Rifle isn't synced with the PlayStation 3. Setting up the Rifle is as easy as pushing a button. Gamers simply plug in the USB dongle key to their PlayStation 3 units and then press the home button on the Rifle for wireless synchronization. Four LED lights display controller port selection. The Rifle is powered with two AA batteries and has an on/off switch to conserve power. Each package includes the Assault Rifle controller, USB dongle key, scope, and stock.


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on August 18, 2010
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on August 29, 2010
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Hi,

Thanks for taking the time out to comment.

Yes, as mentioned in the video and ad copy, the rifle itself cannot point and shoot (unless you get the Move enabled version of it). The controls of a typical PS3 dualshock controller are mapped out on the gun. So, the left analog (which is typically used for walking around) is also placed on the rifle, along with the D-pad and all other controls. The R1 button which is mostly used for shooting is linked to the rifle's trigger.

You see the games itself need to support motion tracking in order for you to point-and-shoot the way that you're suggesting. COD does not offer motion-tracking in that sense (e.g. it is not compatible with Move), hence it cannot be played with a Move-enabled rifle either. However, if you want to play KillZone3 or some of the other Move titles, then we have another version of this Assault Rifle (look up PSM-SRGM on Amazon) that you might want to try.

I'm somewhat surprised that you rated it so low, despite the clear spec/feature details of the product in the text and videos.
on September 29, 2011
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on November 9, 2010
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Hi Jose,

Thanks for taking time out to review.

As mentioned in the video and ad copy, the rifle itself cannot point and shoot (unless you get the Move enabled version of it). The controls of a typical PS3 dualshock controller are mapped out on the gun. So, the left analog (which is typically used for walking around) is also placed on the rifle, along with the D-pad and all other controls. The R1 button which is mostly used for shooting is linked to the rifle's trigger.
on June 10, 2011
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on April 5, 2011
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Hi,

Thanks for your comments. You can't point and shoot with PS3 without the Move attachment. In order to do that, your movements need to be tracked somehow -- which is now possible with the PS eye camera. I'm sorry if you were under the impression that you would be able to point the gun and use it like that.

You can however get the Move-enabled version of this rifle, after you have a Playstation Move controller. With that, you can use the rifle for pointing and the rest of the controls for taking cover, reloading, etc etc.

Thanks again for your comment though, and I'm terribly sorry for the disappointment this may have caused.
on April 21, 2011
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on February 10, 2011
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The manufacturer commented on this review (What's this?)
Hello,

Thanks for taking time out to review.

As mentioned in the video and ad copy, the rifle itself cannot point and shoot (unless you get the Move enabled version of it). The controls of a typical PS3 dualshock controller are mapped out on the gun. So, the left analog (which is typically used for walking around) is also placed on the rifle, along with the D-pad and all other controls. The R1 button which is mostly used for shooting is linked to the rifle's trigger.

You see the games itself need to support motion tracking in order for you to point-and-shoot the way that you're suggesting. COD does not offer motion-tracking in that sense (e.g. it is not compatible with Move), hence it cannot be played with a Move-enabled rifle either. However, if you want to play KillZone3 or some of the other Move titles, then we have another version of this Assault Rifle (look up PSM-SRGM on Amazon) that you might want to try.

I'm somewhat surprised that you rated it so low, despite the clear spec/feature details of the product in the text and videos.

Thanks

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