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    VentureBeat: The PlayStation 4 controller: Whats new with the buttons and triggers

    http://venturebeat.com/2013/10/23/th...t-3-exclusive/

    Aoki-san you did a fantastic job!

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    Always like VentureBeat's articles.

    Also didn't know that the PS3's face buttons had an analogue function!
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    I knew about the Analog face buttons (confrontation used them) but the square and circle being farther apart is new

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    yeah that part i didnt know either. hard to tell though

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    Nintendo controller are also the same way

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    Will miss the analogue buttons to be honest. Mny racing games utilised them. Will have to re learn using R2 L2 to go and stop.


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    Huge improvements made to the R2-L2 buttons indeed, but the question is: Do your fingers rest comfortably on a natural position on them like the 360 controller, or do they rest on the R1-L1 buttons like the previous Dualshocks ?!

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    The new PS4 controller looks great, the sticks and triggers now look a lot better than the PS3 version.

    With only 28 Days to Go for the Aussie Release, I can't wait, must have PS4 Now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    Will miss the analogue buttons to be honest. Mny racing games utilised them. Will have to re learn using R2 L2 to go and stop.
    Won't miss them because I never used them, but I do think they should have kept them because I think they could be utilized in really cool ways. It's really to bad devs just ignored them when developing games, besides some racing games.

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    Also didn't notice the buttons weren't equally spaced. But yeah, I'm hearing nothing but good feedback on the DS4. Should be a lot better than than the DS3. Bring it on!
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    The fact the size has been beefed up a bit is enough for me. I have extra large hands and so, small controllers tend to be a bit uncomfortable after a while.

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