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: Being an owner of the Logitech Playstation 2 Wireless Controller, I expected the new Logitech Playstation 3 Cordless Precision Controller, but it failed to meet the same standards. It stop working properly after about three weeks. I used it mostly for COD: Modern Warfare 2 and found that pressing the R3 toggle a while to respond. The R2 and L2 buttons are extremely sensitive, insofar as a tiny brush of the finger can set them off.
Summary: I throughly enjoyed this controller, while it lasted. I bought this controller because I trust Logitech more than I trust MadCatz or many other generic controllers. I was pleased to find that it works on PS2 and PS1 games, and I never changed a battery the whole time I had the controller. The controller feels great, and my PS button worked fine. That is where the fun ended for me though. After about 3 weeks my X button began sticking to the inside of the controller.
Summary: I hate that many companies who sell controllers put them in a box that does not allow you to see the shoulder buttons because you really can't tell if they are buttons, triggers or how they are placed. It does say on the box that the Precision Controller for PS3 features triggers (I was looking for a more Xbox 360 feel) but that can be left up to interpetation.