PS2 Analogue Controller Reviews
Product Type: Sony game controllers
Newest Review: ... keep your hands nice and comfy as you blast your on-screen enemys to hell. Features 4/5 Still business as usual and as we ... more
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Customer PS2 Analogue Controller Reviews (5)
by - written on 02/02/01, updated on 02/02/01 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Playstation Dual Shock 2 control pad for the Playstation 2 is an fair pad, but it’s ultimately the same as the previous Playstation dual shock 1 – only it’s black this time! The much hyped, and unsurprisingly disappointing pressure control doesn’t seem to be all that great at all, I must admit that I was unable to play on my PS2 – I don’t have it anymore, but Neil has one – and the control pads aren’t really any different to your PS pads. What does this mean? Well, it means that you should keep your old pads from your PS and use them instead! Obviously you get one with the PS2, so that’s ok, but there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/00, updated on 24/12/00 (Useful, 29 readings)
You do already get one of these with your PS2 but you can buy an extra one to play 2 player games with. Duh! :) I think the Playstation controllers look so much better than Dream Cast and N64, simply because they look more cool and not child like with bright coloured buttons. No different to PSone really except the shoulder buttons which are L2 & R2 are alot bigger for you to place your fingers on. Vibrate works well...depending on what your doing it varies from rough vibrate to just slight and will fade away. Just make sure your holding onto it firmly as it can jump out your hand when your least expecting it. Take abit of time to get used to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/01, updated on 28/02/01 (Useful, 84 readings)
The PlayStation controller was the best available before the PS2 was launched. N64 had a good one, but only stuck on one analogue stick, where as Sony had 2 stuck on their baby. We won't even start on the DC pad... When Sony were looking at improving their pad they didn't want to change it radically and that was good news for gamers. The design of the pad has been stolen by many third-party manufacturers and produced for the PC. Gamers could easily access all the controls without having to have ten double-jointed fingers on each hand a la Dreamcast. All they have done to change the pad is make the D-Pad and symbol buttons analogue, making them sensitive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/05, updated on 29/01/05 (Useful, 38 readings)
The Official DualShock control pad has returned and in great style, the perfect accesory to compliment your new Sony PlayStation 2 console. No originality in the design but we love the old "Triangle, Circle, Square and of course X) Comfort: 4/5 Not as good as Nintendo GameCubes control for comfort but the DualShock 2 will keep your hands nice and comfy as you blast your on-screen enemys to hell. Features 4/5 Still business as usual and as we like it, the DualShock 2 is the original PSone controller in black. BUT the analog sticks and all the buttons are pressure sensitive. Looks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/01, updated on 31/05/01 (Useful, 68 readings)
Sony's Offical Playstation 2 pad is the only pad you need, don't bother with any third party one's, the pad although similar to the original playstation has subtle differences that makes it no1. To keep in line with the colour choice of the machine and to avoid it getting mistaken for a psx pad it is, u guessed it, BLACK. This pad weights less and has a better grip than it's older brother but the main feature is the pressure sensitive analogue sticks which can register an amazing 256 levels of pressure which opens up a number of choices to developers. Moto gp(released feb 2001) features the pressure sticks and this does greatly ... Read the complete review
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