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Post by trog @ 10:01am 09/05/08 | 7 Comments
Sony recently announced that the PlayStation 3 DualShock 3 wireless controller was about to land, which it did a couple weeks ago - bringing back the much-desired vibration and rumble experience.
The DUALSHOCK 3 Wireless Controller provides the most intuitive game play experience with pressure sensors in each action button and the inclusion of the highly sensitive SIXAXISô motion sensing technology. Each hit, crash and explosion will be more realistic than ever as the user will be able to feel the rumble right through the palm of their hand. The DUALSHOCK 3 Wireless Controller can even detect natural movements for real-time and high precision interactive play, acting as a natural extension of the user's body.
The DualShock feature was allegedly left out of the original PlayStation 3 controller due to the lawsuit in which Sony was sued for squillions of dollars for patent infringement because they included the vibrating technology in the PlayStation 2 controller.



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Gaz
Posted 12:06am 10/5/08
Says retail price cost AU$94, had mine for quite awhile now and only cost me Japanese Yen=4950 equivalent to US$47.96 or AU$50.92 add shipping/handling of AU$10+ --- overall just above AU$60.
BassMan
Posted 06:56am 10/5/08
^ Where did you import that from mate?
Reverend Evilô
Posted 09:37am 10/5/08
Who the hell would pay $100 for a control pad? Fair enough if you can get it for half the price overseas but Australians are getting arse-f***ed with that price.
scuzzy
Posted 09:44am 10/5/08
Who the hell would pay $100 for a control pad? Fair enough if you can get it for half the price overseas but Australians are getting arse-f***ed with that price.
Its a sony!
Fnukle
Posted 10:13am 10/5/08
haha scuzzy
So true
Gaz
Posted 08:40am 11/5/08
Osaka, Japan - got a relative of mine to buy it off from one of the retail shops over there., I paid for everything shipping/handling included.
Best part was it took only 2 days for my DualShock3 to arrive here in Sydney, that was so quick.
sif greazy
Posted 11:49am 11/5/08
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