QuakeStation Hardware Review
QuakeStation Hardware Review: Sony Dual-Shock Analog controller

Dual-Shock The Sony Dual Shock Analog controller is simply the best console game controller ever made. There are a lot of advantages to it, so let's start with the obvious: The Analog controller is smooth and responsive. Many of the top platform games like Crash Bandicoot: Warped, Spyro The Dragon, and Gex: Enter The Gecko are perfect examples of how well the analog controllers work.

However, the best feature in this controller is (you guessed it) the vibration function. The controller shakes on either the left or the right side of the controller (often times both) depending on what is happening on-screen. You would be suprised how much a little rumble can add to the overall experience of the game. The controller draws it's power directly from the PlayStation so there is no need to worry about replacing batteries, and the controller will always function properly.

Most of the information given so far is quite obvious. There are also many other areas where the Dual Shock controller out performs everything else on the market: When it's all said and done, the Dual Shock can't be beat. It adds great Analog controller and vibration, without sacrificing the player's abitlity to the use the digital control easily. If you don't have one already, go out and pick one up!

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NOTE: This product review will updated once Quake II is released.
Another score will be given for how well the controller works with Quake II.