The PlayStation 3 was released late year 2006 in Japan, followed by North America, then Europe and Oceania. Known for its major distinction from other video game consoles released at the same period, the PlayStation sold through out the countries.

All retail packages include one or two Sixaxis controllers and/or a DualShock 3 controller, one miniUSB to USB cable used for connecting the controller to the system, one composite video/stereo audio output cable, one Ethernet cable (20, 60, and 80†GB only) and one power cable.

However, most players enjoy gaming at arcade as well, as they were out first for game enthusiasts plus its really so enjoyable since you feel more of being part of the game than using the standard controller that are usually included in the package.

The arcade style controller for PlayStation 3 is finally here. The PS3 Fighting Stick 3 made by HORI is recommended for Fighting, Action, Shooting, and Classic games that are available through download. The controller is not compatible with the PS1 or PS2, but was designed specifically for PS3 fighting games such as the Soul Caliber and Virtua Fighter series. It has a 3-meter cable and 3 speeds of turbo functionality: slow, normal and fast.

And to put emphasis on the Turbo functionality here are the details: * Turbo Function * Turbo hold switch button * Individual Turbo settings for all the buttons as well as direction key up, down, left and right * Three Turbo settings: o Slow mode - 5 times per second o Normal mode - 12 times per second o Fast mode - 20 times per second

The Fighting Stick 3 connects to the PlayStation 3’s USB ports, which means it isn’t wireless like your dear Six axis controllers. The cord is about ten feet (three meters) long though, which is for most purposes plenty of length. The stick has considerable heft and rubber feet, both of which work to hold the controller firmly in place on hard, flat surfaces.

So if your looking for some thing to add up to your PlayStation accessories, this is definitely a must have. Priced at $49.99, it’s something that will let you enjoy you gaming with your PlayStation 3 more.

-Brian

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