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    I personally have loved the fact that for years Sony has kept the controllers relatively the same, only adding to there existing design (excluding the removal of the rumble feature).

    Personally I can't stand the GameCube controller, and was one of the reasons when I originally played the demo unit I was turned off from purchasing a GC, however because of my Wii have in fact finally invested in a GC controller so I can take advantage of previous missed GC titles (as well as 5 player support for Bomberman '93 ).

    Unfortunately I still don't like the GC button layout, and the frustration with the controller has led me to locate a PS2 to GameCube Controller Converter, and will be ordering this product soon so I can actually enjoy SSB Melee and others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bliss
    wow alll u guys and ur broken ps controllers..lol..i think im the only person here that actually likes the ps controller...mine has never broke on me or caused major problems...yea the buttons would jam every now and then but wat remote doesnt jam....


    and as for that...wow..u would really want all the buttons to be different sizes?? now i think that would make a remote very uncomfortable..yea it would be easier to to know which button is wat, but thats where ur memory comes in...i still stand by my ps controller..
    umm. . . how would different button sizes make the controller uncomfortable. . .

    . . . ehh w/e, forget i asked. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKE196
    umm. . . how would different button sizes make the controller uncomfortable. . .

    . . . ehh w/e, forget i asked. . .
    to me just sliding ur fingers across while u play would just make it ackward, idk its just me maybe but to me the ps controller is the best.

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    I think you shouldnt bother posting in the Ps3 forum Spyro, you seem to only have negative opinion on the Ps3, as for your other topic Blu-Ray is now selling Hd-dvd 3-1 worldwide. As for the Ps controller, i find it the most comfortable and i find the 360 controller dreadful, not as comfortable, as good looking or as easy to use, and the Ps controller was durable, i broke 2 dualshock 2's but that was out of anger at fifa 07, i finally made the step up too world class mode, took a while for me too finally start winning=)
    Just got my Ps3! The Wii is now gathering dust until Super Smash Brawl!


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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisKhaos
    Personally I can't stand the GameCube controller, and was one of the reasons when I originally played the demo unit I was turned off from purchasing a GC, however because of my Wii have in fact finally invested in a GC controller so I can take advantage of previous missed GC titles (as well as 5 player support for Bomberman '93 ).

    Unfortunately I still don't like the GC button layout, and the frustration with the controller has led me to locate a PS2 to GameCube Controller Converter, and will be ordering this product soon so I can actually enjoy SSB Melee and others.
    I love the GC controller! I think that it's the most comfortable of any controller I've used. As for the button layout, I quite like that as well, apart from maybe the Z-button, as it can be quite awkward needing to press that and the R-button. Of course, I still think the PS controller has the best layout, but the GC is easily the most comfortable, in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bliss
    and as for that...wow..u would really want all the buttons to be different sizes?? now i think that would make a remote very uncomfortable..yea it would be easier to to know which button is wat, but thats where ur memory comes in...i still stand by my ps controller..
    There is a reason why the GC controller was preferred the most out of any last-gen control scheme.

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    Lol

    It could be debatable because the XB Controller was garbage and the PS Controller was not widely liked, but I personally loved the button scheme.

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    how come

    all the buttons do the same thing

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    We are talking about whether it is good to have the same size buttons or different size/shaped buttons.

    EG: The GC had a large A button, a small B button, two bean shaped Y and X buttons as well as a Z button with no partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyro
    There are many dislikes I have about the PS3. But, above all, there is one thing that will ALWAYS keep me from buying another Sony game system until they change it:

    The D-Pad.

    D-Pads were useful when 8 directional movements were the limit. Today we have 3D worlds and characters that can move at multiple speeds (walking, running, etc). The joystick is what is needed for these things.

    I do realize that Playstations have an analog stick below the D-Pad......ever so inconveniently hard to reach, making the entire controller uncomfortable to hold when it's being used.

    Anyone else bothered by this?
    but the wii has a d-pad.. o.O

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