Reviews and Problems with Sony DUALSHOCK 2 Analog Controller PS297026
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Very good product that needs to be bought
1 March 2014
Excerpt: This is the review for the dual Shock play station controller. As you know if you play a play station regularly, all of the products for play stations and play station portables are made by Sony who have a reputation for outstanding cleverly designed products and the dual shock play station 2 controller does not let down. It has a great feel inside of your hands during and non during game play.
Excerpt: Basically this is the big daddy of controllers. The design of this particular item has not changed much since 1995 when the first playstation came out....happy days. Apart from the introduction of the dual shock capability and the rechargeble elements, the design of this controller has never changed. The key is that it is an ergonomical masterpiece.
Excerpt: The PS2 console has been a favourite in our house for the last 5 years, and despite the fact that we own several other consoles, there barely passes a day when the PS2 isn't on, especially on these lovely wet summer days! During these few years, we have got through quite a few controllers (and consoles!), and I have replaced worn units with both official and non official products. The Dual Shock 2 controller is the official Playstation controller for PS2.
Excerpt: The Playstation 2 Controller, one of the best controllers ever made. This controller has stood the test of time, as the main shape of the controller hasn't changed since the first dualshock controller released in the late 90's for the Ps1. And why would you? This controller doesn't need to be dramatic changed. To start woth, the shape of the controller firs into your hands perfectly and all the buttons are layed out in the perfect way.
Excerpt: Sony's dual shock controllers were a thing of genius on the Playstation 2 bringing loads of games to life with rumbles and vibrtions from bullets to being hit, to feeling your character land from a jump. When the playstation was released the control pads were almost excatly the same in design, although they had less weigh and were slightly thinner. But then Sony in all there wisdom reliased you could actually cram a lot more in that pad shell.
Excerpt: Of all of the numerous console controllers I have used throughout the years, Sony's have always been my favourite - the PS1 began with the SNES-like controller before becoming the wonderful Dual Shock, and the PS3 has advanced this concept quite wonderfully to the wireless Dual Shock model you can get now. The PS2's Dual Shock is only a few steps down, though, and for its generation remains my favourite controller by far.
Excerpt: This is the very first controller that I felt comfortable using and the controller I have used for the longest amount of time when playing games. I feel really comfortable using this controller and I think the layout of the buttons is great. This controller brought along a lot of buttons like L2 and even R3 which I did not know about for roughly a year!
Excerpt: The Sony Dualshock 2 controller is the standard control pad that is packed in with the Playstation 2 console. The pad is fairly plain to look at, compared with the standard Playstation pad the only noticeable change is its new black colour. On closer inspection you will find the L2 and R2 buttons have gotten bigger (but have not yet evolved into the triggers that are found on the Sony Sixaxis or Dualshock 3).
a very comfortable controller which is very reliable
21 June 2009
Excerpt: The sony playstation 2 controller is one of my favourite controllers i have ever used. The design of the controller makes it very comfortable to use and allows playing your favourite games very enjoyable. The buttons on the playstation 2 controller represent shapes including a triangle, square, cross and circle, these all have there own colours for each one, for example the triangle is green.
Excerpt: The official controller for ps2 ie dualshock 2, comes with every console purchase and is needed to play games on the console. Whats it like? Well, to be honest there isn't really much difference between this and the playstation 1 controller. The colour is black with little bits of what looks like glitter on it if you look close and fits well into the hand.