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Six Must-Have PlayStation 3 Peripherals

GR - There's only so much you can do with a vanilla Sony PlayStation 3 -- play games, watch Blu-Ray movies, listen to music, stream Netflix. Oh wait, I guess there's a lot of things that you can do with it. On the one hand, it might seem like you've got everything you need to have a decent experience with your console, but on the other hand, there are still ways to improve that experience and make it a great one. Here are some peripherals that let you get the best out of your purchase.

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StillGray3273d ago

I picked up the Move. It's so worth it.

BrianG3273d ago

I agree, I was skeptical at first, but let me tell you, it is something else entirely.

I let my family play to and even the casual gamers were saying it was better than the competition.

halocursed3273d ago

I figured the same thing after actually buying it. It's well worth it, the family absolutely loves it.

D4RkNIKON3273d ago

I am happy with my Move too. I also love those Real Triggers for the L2 and R2 buttons. They are like 5$ and are totally worth it. I have them on all of my DS3 controllers.

guitarded773273d ago

Move is great... I prefer the official Sony BT headset over anything else I've tried, the keypad is essential for messing about Home. I also bought the triggers after reading all the good reviews, but they are not for me... I gave them to a friend who migrated to PS3 and didn't like the controller... he likes the trigger extensions a lot. I guess it's just preference...

Christopher3273d ago

#6 should be #1 if you play lots of FPS games.

Didn't know there was an issue with the analog stick length that you needed #2.

#4 really don't work well overall, IMHO. Also, the sound of hitting the drums isn't so loud that it travels far, it's just that it distracts from hearing the music to which you're rocking out.

#3 absolutely not.

#2 There are better out there, IMHO.

#1 Not right now for the general gamer. Wait until more worthwhile titles are released. So far, Sports Champions is fun, but not worth the $50-150 price tag you'll pay to play by yourself or with someone else.

rufioho3273d ago

yeah, it's surprsingly good

gameseveryday3273d ago

PlayStation Move is the only thing that appeals to me.

rvignesh90083273d ago

I use FPS Freek, it's for the pros!

mushroomwig3273d ago

If you want to be a pro then use a mouse.

mushroomwig3273d ago

The real triggers combined with those thumb-sticks would really make the controller look ugly.

Christopher3273d ago

The triggers actually look good and match very well to the standard PS3 controller. Not sure about the analog extenders.

bananlol3273d ago

Own both the the trigger extender and the analog rubber caps. While the triggers are great for those who get sweaty hands, i didnt like them myself. Im more of a r1 kinda guy, dont like triggers in general. Now the rubber caps on the other hand really changed the way i view the ds3, simply marvelous contraptions and sony should include them with every ds3 sold.

The amazing controll they give actually made me prefer the ds3 for shooters, and thats saying alot considering how great the desing of the 360 pad is. I do wish they would release a ds3 without the glossy finish, to match the slim if you will.

divinediva3273d ago

I have the A40 headsets. They are well worth the hefty price tag!

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