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Old 2013-06-26, 07:07   Link #581
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I hope it's as what they are describing it here. It's not like I have problem with the DS3, but if they can make it better with the DS4, then why not?
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Old 2013-06-26, 08:37   Link #582
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The minor gripe I have for the DS3 is the d-pad, it'll be nice if it's like the Vita's.

The major gripe I have for the DS3 is the L2/R2 'trigger' button, my god were those terrible.
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Old 2013-06-26, 08:59   Link #583
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The major gripe I have for the DS3 is the L2/R2 'trigger' button, my god were those terrible.
Amen to that! Those triggers were bloody awful. Who in their right mind thought that it was a good idea to curve them that way? My fingers constantly slip.
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Old 2013-06-26, 09:01   Link #584
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Amen to that! Those triggers were bloody awful. Who in their right mind thought that it was a good idea to curve them that way? My fingers constantly slip.
Plus the sensitivity on them is horrible- Sometimes they don't register the command because of how it's pressed...
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Old 2013-06-26, 13:34   Link #585
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My gripe with the DS3 is the analog sticks. I've never actually had my thumbs slip off, but often they've been left holding the stick down just by the edge. The new design looks like it'll mitigate that problem.
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Old 2013-06-26, 15:48   Link #586
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I actually never liked the Dualshock much till I first got my PS3. Both the Dualshock 1 and 2 had a lot of issues: The L and R buttons were too shallow, the analogue sticks weren't particularly confortable due to being convex instead of concave and they (DS2 in particular) were way too light to the point of being uncomfortable. To top it off the d-pad was never particularly amazing, especially for someone like me who grew up playing the Mega Drive/Genesis (whose d-pad I personally find fantastic).

Luckily these were mostly fixed with the Dualshock 3 and seem to be permanently fixed on the DS4 at long last. Now we just need to check on the D-Pad to crown it as the best gamepad ever made (the 360 one would have taken that crown long ago if it wasn't for that abomination of a d-pad).
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Old 2013-06-26, 19:06   Link #587
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As for a long time PS owner. The controller works for me. It's what you get use to.
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Old 2013-06-26, 20:09   Link #588
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I love the Playstation analog controller. Since the first time I held a PSX analog controller back in the 90s, it's just felt "right."

As for the sensitivity of the shoulder buttons on the PS3 controller... I think it's fine. I actually really like it for most games I play.
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Old 2013-06-26, 20:27   Link #589
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Amen to that! Those triggers were bloody awful. Who in their right mind thought that it was a good idea to curve them that way? My fingers constantly slip.
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The minor gripe I have for the DS3 is the d-pad, it'll be nice if it's like the Vita's.

The major gripe I have for the DS3 is the L2/R2 'trigger' button, my god were those terrible.
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Plus the sensitivity on them is horrible- Sometimes they don't register the command because of how it's pressed...
The triggers are the only thing I never liked about the DS3, just putting down your controller in Dark Souls near an NPC was an accident waiting to happen, at least unless you paused.
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Old 2013-06-26, 20:29   Link #590
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The triggers are the only thing I never liked about the DS3, just putting down your controller in Dark Souls near an NPC was an accident waiting to happen, at least unless you paused.
Oh god yes- this is something every dark soul player experienced
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Old 2013-06-26, 20:33   Link #591
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Oh god yes- this is something every dark soul player experienced
I've never done that.


But I've seen someone doing a let's play-through do that.

And it was to that Anor Londo firekeeper too, lol.
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Old 2013-06-26, 20:43   Link #592
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Well not specfically attacking npc, but triggering the heavy attack in general from it
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Old 2013-06-26, 20:44   Link #593
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The Dual shock 3 controller did had some features I didn't like. The controller sometimes get a bit slippy when your hands are sweating a bit, I face my death several times in Call of Duty and Battlefield because of that. I never put down my controller when playing so I haven't encounter the problems that most face with the triggers. Though I feel that the triggers are fragile, 3 months in you can feel the wear and tore on the trigger. It not longer gives resistance. The analog sticks in particular requires precision fingers, if not, you'll often find yourself aiming and moving the way you do not want.

The PS4 controller looks really good and seems to fix most of the problems. Though I wish they made the controller off the same material of the PS3 slim, that material does not catch dust that much but I find that it is comfortable to touch and even when my hands were sweating, it feels good to touch still.
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Old 2013-06-26, 21:15   Link #594
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Only shooter type games I've played on my ps3 are the dead space series and killzone 3, and for those the aiming and shooting buttons are on the bumpers, not the triggers. So I'm nowhere close to wearing down my triggers yet.

However, I hear killzone shadow fall is moving those functions from the bumpers to the triggers, and I imagine future shooter games on the ps4 will follow suite.
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Old 2013-06-27, 01:20   Link #595
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The Dual shock 3 controller did had some features I didn't like. The controller sometimes get a bit slippy when your hands are sweating a bit, I face my death several times in Call of Duty and Battlefield because of that. I never put down my controller when playing so I haven't encounter the problems that most face with the triggers. Though I feel that the triggers are fragile, 3 months in you can feel the wear and tore on the trigger. It not longer gives resistance. The analog sticks in particular requires precision fingers, if not, you'll often find yourself aiming and moving the way you do not want.

The PS4 controller looks really good and seems to fix most of the problems. Though I wish they made the controller off the same material of the PS3 slim, that material does not catch dust that much but I find that it is comfortable to touch and even when my hands were sweating, it feels good to touch still.

Yes the material the DS3 really gets on my nerve I love my controller but, why the hell does it have to feel like I dropped it in oil? seriously my hands aren't that greasy but somehow my controller gets so sticky that if I throw it at my wall it might get stuck in it. Really hope the DS4's made from better materials.


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Only shooter type games I've played on my ps3 are the dead space series and killzone 3, and for those the aiming and shooting buttons are on the bumpers, not the triggers. So I'm nowhere close to wearing down my triggers yet.

However, I hear killzone shadow fall is moving those functions from the bumpers to the triggers, and I imagine future shooter games on the ps4 will follow suite.

I love the Killzone control scheme, for me personally it's the easiest and best one out of any FPS, even above COD's.
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Old 2013-06-28, 00:57   Link #596
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A very interesting & honest talk about the history of the PS4's chief architect in the games industry, his personal experiences through the development of all the Playstation consoles... and what led the PS4 to what is it today under his leadership.

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Old 2013-06-28, 01:34   Link #597
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A very interesting & honest talk about the history of the PS4's chief architect in the games industry, his personal experiences through the development of all the Playstation consoles... and what led the PS4 to what is it today under his leadership.

I was watching this earlier and I gotta say I want him to be my teacher... seriously. I found it very inspiring and so worth it listening to his lecture imo.
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Old 2013-06-28, 02:59   Link #598
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A very interesting & honest talk about the history of the PS4's chief architect in the games industry, his personal experiences through the development of all the Playstation consoles... and what led the PS4 to what is it today under his leadership.
Every poster on Neogaf is practically swooning over the man after watching the video

Yes, SWOONING.
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Old 2013-06-28, 12:20   Link #599
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Every poster on Neogaf is practically swooning over the man after watching the video

Yes, SWOONING.
Neogaf have been swooning over Sony ever since their hashtag campaign manage to make an impact.

edit: Also, Adam Boyes, the guy who got PS4 from 4 gb to 8 gb ram and helped getting the hashtag campaign noticed within Sony reads Neogaf.
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Old 2013-06-28, 16:21   Link #600
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Neogaf have been swooning over Sony ever since their hashtag campaign manage to make an impact.

edit: Also, Adam Boyes, the guy who got PS4 from 4 gb to 8 gb ram and helped getting the hashtag campaign noticed within Sony reads Neogaf.
They have liked Sony ever since that- But they are practically swooning over Cerny after this video And praise Yoshida quite a bit
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