DualShock PS4


  • Hobogonigal - November 7, 2013 7:53 p.m.

    Can't believe people are complaining about this article! Great stuff Hartup my good sir, I found this article most cordial and sensually arousing. Cast off the naysayers, I would prefer something creative like this compared to a simple bullet point list.
  • Fox_Mulder - November 6, 2013 12:06 a.m.

    I enjoyed this, picked up a Dualshock 4 today, and I will enjoy holding it and not gaming on it every day until the 15th.
  • mbavalo - November 5, 2013 6:49 p.m.

    Nope, too hard to read and understand.
  • GOD - November 5, 2013 2:43 p.m.

    I don't get people. Hearing stuff like "the thumbsticks feel comfortable" and "the grip is comfortable for my specific hand size and shape" and honestly pointless statements to read through. It's like reading a game review and seeing the statement "the movement speed of the character felt perfectly paced" as something insightful and actually helpful. Honestly unless it's some note like the 360's gummy D-pad any kind of controller comfort analysis is useless because individual hand size and grip preference varies so much. This is much better, and actually has some fun. Rather than someone who doesn't have my hands trying to tell me that a controller will fit my hands well because it felt nice in theirs. No wait I take it back. Please start over from the beginning sir and rate the friction of the new controller texture on a scale from 6 to Arbitrary.
  • Terrorrizor - November 5, 2013 2:11 p.m.

    You couldn't just give me a little slide show like grip, sturdiness and functionality or something? You really dropped the ball on this one, it's not that it's bad writing, it's just uninteresting and not what we expect or want usually.
  • freeden - November 5, 2013 1:43 p.m.

    Sorry, but the whole British letter thing or w/e the hell you guys were going for forced me to stop reading this at the second article. Is it really just so hard to briefly list the points about the controller. That said, I was able to use it myself at GS's PS4 booth and it's nice like the Dualshock 3. I didn't really get to mess around with a lot of the new stuff, like the share function and touchpad, but I look forward to giving them a try when I get my PS4.
  • supaMcnugget - November 5, 2013 12:25 p.m.

    I recently went to Gamestop so my brother could buy some games and I noticed that there was a Dualshock 4 behind the counter. Fortunately, the manager let us hold and and WOW was it comfortable. The touchpad was smaller than I though, but the analog sticks were glorious. Also, the L1 & L2 buttons felt a little too wobbly, but otherwise the thing was basically perfect.
  • udUbdaWgz - November 5, 2013 11:24 a.m.

    without spending a second with any new controller i know, for a fact, one indisputable truth: all touchpad devices fail.
  • MidianGTX - November 5, 2013 1:39 p.m.

    That's something of a ridiculous statement. You could also say all motion sensing peripherals fail, yet the DS3 is one. Having an optional extra isn't going to kill a controller that comes bundled with the console and is essential for the majority of games to work.
  • udUbdaWgz - November 5, 2013 3:37 p.m.

    i have yet to use a touchpad device that didn't fail in some meaningful way. as for making the touchpad aspect of the controller an "essential" part of upcoming games? get ready for a lot of frustration while playing those games.
  • Gemsa - November 5, 2013 9:40 a.m.

    it should really say SONY in the middle like the old ones, otherwise it looks like one of those bargain bin third party controllers that everyone avoids in a FIFA session

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