Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Precision Controller for PLAYSTATION3
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Good Controller, Bad Build Feel
24 March 2014
Summary: This is a great PlayStation 3 cordless controller. I used it when I had a PS3 which I no longer have but it was a good controller when I did have one except for the build quality. I have the Logitech PlayStation 2 cordless precision controller and its build quality felt so much better like it was built to last but the PS3 controller was to me flimsy and to light to be good.
Summary: The biggest issue with this controller was the fact that the reaction was slw a little bit too much. You click in one direction but on screen there was a delay that you don't get with a original controller or even some other 3rd party controllers. That was a deal breaker for me. Design was a bit too large as well.
Summary: Hi, I did not purchase this from Amazon but I have this controller and my recent experience should be a warning to anyone who is thinking to buy this one. The controller is good. I like the ease of using AA batteries, but at the same time original Sony controllers have good longevity. If not for the price, I would always go with Sony Controllers just for their durability. I have bought 3 used Sony PS2s and one PS3. Never had problems with the original controllers.
Summary: I've never been a big fan of 3rd party controllers. They always felt cheaply made compared to the ones that would come with the console but the cheap price tag would lure me back every time. However there has been one exception; I was a bit shocked when I used a Logitech controller for the original Xbox and actually preferred it to the Xbox controller. Fast forward a few years when I own a PS3 and need a second controller.
Summary: This control is the perfect secondary control it runs on AA batteries and sends a signal to a USB eye. The eye is its fault, the clear casing came off the fist time i removed it but slides right back on, it has been in use for a lot of gaming.
Summary: this is an outstanding controller! I think that it is way better than the controllers that come with the Ps3. If you don't believe me, I'll tell you this: there is more control on the analog stocks meaning that they don't stick at all. Plus the controller is more efficient because it can last days on just 2 AA batteries whereas the controller that comes with the Ps3 can only last a few hours.
Summary: Only buy this if you REALLY need another remote but i wouldn't suggest this remote for a long term use I play Modern warfare 2 and this remotes d-pad is basically the movement and the left analog stick is the d-pad..... so how am i suppose to sprint?
Summary: I DO NOT suggest this controller to be used all the time. This controller is more of a secondary "only used when a friends over for 2 player" type of controller. It does not have bluetooth and occasionally it does a little bug where the light blinks and it doesn't work. But you just reset it and it works fine. It feels a little chunky and unusual compared to normal SIXAXIS.