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- Features 12 analog keys to add intelligence to your gaming
- Twin Dual Shock motors rumble with each action making every impact feel like you're right in the game
- All the features you need to take complete control of your gaming!
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The Dual Shock Controller has graduated to the next level. We're talking sensitive here; the buttons are now pressure sensitive, with up to 255 levels of sensitivity. Exciting, you betcha! This could mean surgical precision as you accelerate, decelerate or maneuver through a course. Or, even more fighting moves and secret weapons available as you battle the forces of evil. Ready, set, game!
The layout of PlayStation2's Dual Shock 2 controller is nearly identical to that of the original PlayStation's Dual Shock controller, which is good news for most gamers. The main new feature is that, when the buttons are pushed, the controller can register how much pressure is being exerted. This adds a completely new dimension to sports, racing, fighting, and more games. Aside from the Start and Select buttons, all of the functions are analog for greater control, a wider variety of operations, and a more compelling interactive experience. Two convex analog thumb pads and two force-feedback solenoid rumblers round out the features. This controller is also compatible with all software that supports the original Dual Shock controller.
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The only criticism I have is with the retailers and not with the product itself. Make sure that the thing works if you're buying it used. Regardless of the condition being listed as "Very Good/Like New", "Tested and works!" I've bought two of these from different retailers and they did not work AT ALL. Also, speaking of the condition, make sure that they're also in the condition they're being sold as since my "Very Good/Like New" controllers were very dirty and scuffed/scratched.
They should always have their branding on their controllers.