Summary: I've had this controller for a close to 2 years and it still works. While this may not be the best option for a ps3 controller, it's still a an option. Here's a list of pros and cons that I've compiled over my 2 years of usage Pros: - It has a really long connection cable so you can move around...
Summary: I hate this remote so much. It feels awkward using it not to mention that the right stick would stay in one position sometimes...I couldn't even aim in any FPS games (the aiming would feel slow and just not right). I wouldn't even recommend it to my worst enemy let alone friend!
Summary: If you have not noticed, this controller is WIRED. It has a cheap-plastic feel to it, though It seems to work well. I have not used it excessively. Instead I picked up a couple cheap wireless PS3 remotes that work great so far, and the price is actually less. I prefer having the option of wireless.
Summary: I ordered this controller as a back up for when my wireless went down. The day I received it I tried it out and found the R3 button did not function at all...bummer!. Fortunately, with Amazon's return policy sending it back was hassle free.
Summary: Pc gamers beware This piece of s*** didn't work correctly at all for pc. It is plug and play but the right analog does button controls while the actual face buttons are scrambled from what it should be.
Summary: i bought this as my 'player 2' controller, because i'm too cheap to drop 55 bucks on a sony one (and the afterglow one had deadzones). the cord is a good length, adequate for couch-sitting. the buttons all feel responsive, and the sticks are a little too tight. i assume they will loosen up a bit.
Summary: I knocked this review down to a 4 star review because of the fact that it's a wired controller & does not provide what I would call sufficient length for today's big screen tv systems. We are not back in the day when we'd crowd around the NES on a 27 inch tv where 5-6 feet away was sufficient.