“ Key Features: High quality joypad with Dual Shock 2 mode. Specification: 12 Analogue Buttons, Digital & Analogue Mode, Dual Force 2 Vibration „
This has to be one of the best and most advance controllers for any home console system currently available. Even though it looks and feels the same as a PSOne controller shouldn’t put you off. If you have a shiny new PS2 then you will already have received one. But then your friends pop over for a quick match on Fifa or a fight on Tekken and you can't play them head on head. But in turns. This can get boring so another controller is highly recommended. But also bear in mind if you want more than 3 you will have to purchase a PS2 Multi-Tap. For around £30, on top of the £20 for each additional controller. Me, I've only got one. Well the reason is I'm waiting for an Infrared or Radio Frequency version.