This is a Kurganets-25. It’s an infantry fighting vehicle. Covered with armor, it’s outfitted with a turret, a canon, and a controller that is inspired by a PlayStation gamepad.
Are you one of the people that's been annoyed by the fact that the DualShock 4's light bar never turns off? Well, Sony has finally clued us in to why the PlayStation 4 developers decided not to allow gamers to conserve battery life and their own sanity by sticking an "off" switch on the thing. And no, it's not because…
The PlayStation 4's DualShock 4 controller will be compatible with PCs for "basic functions" without a driver, PlayStation's president of worldwide studios said over Twitter. While "basic functions" weren't further defined, that's still better than the DualShock 3, which needs a whole lot of work to perform any…
Black? Boring. Check out these color variations of the DualShock 4 controller; up above we've got red, and below, blue. Or, well, technically, they're Magma Red and Wave Blue. Same thing!
The DualShock. When you look at the original PlayStation controller, you probably see an iconic game controller. These guys see something they can press into each other's backs.
Flagship Android phones might be getting bigger screens, but that's not making game control much easier. Sometimes, you really need a controller.
Unless the game has been designed with touch-screen (or tilt) controls in mind, moving around in mobile game is often an exercise in pain and frustration. So much so that I want to find the man/woman who first invented the virtual d-pad and set their hands on fire.
You can help design the next version of Sony's PlayStation 3 controller. Head over to the PS Blog to enter the contest.
For winning the Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition PSN event Rockstar Games held on November 18, Florida's Alvin Ogando walked away with a pair of custom PlayStation 3 controllers that look like someone tossed them in a clothes dryer with a black Sharpie. Congratulations?
On November 2, the same day the game is released, Japan will be getting this fancy, limited edition DualShock 3 bearing the colours and livery of upcoming action game Uncharted 3.
Answering the call of Android gamers frustrated by virtual joysticks, Dancing Pixel Studios' Sixaxis Controller can grant your PlayStation 3 controller power over your mobile games, as long as the device is right.
It's perhaps the most iconic design in the world of game controllers, and definitely the longest-serving. Today in Total Recall, we look back at over 15 years of PlayStation control pads.
My dork tendencies run a little...stranger than most. While I enjoy looking at things like mock-ups of new control pads, for example, I prefer looking at a mock-up of the packaging for said controller.
To go with its new analog controls, MLB 11 The Show is going on a new controller - this baseball-themed DualShock, timed to release with the game on March 8.
Or so implies the latest e-mail from the folks at PlayStation, who are clearly aware that pink plastic video game accessories are not cross-gender compatible. As seen in my e-mail inbox.
The buttons on PlayStation controllers have always been a bit of a mystery. Why those weird colours? Why those wacky shapes? PlayStation designer Teiyu Goto explains.
What lies beneath the plastic skin of your PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 controllers? If concept artist Mads Peitersen was designing the gamepads we play with, they'd be bony, fleshy living things with teeth.
Scott Johnson chronicles the long strange trip from Pong paddle to motion-sensed human, leaving the commentary up to you. As seen on ExtraLife. Thanks, Jon!
A is for Apple. B is for Bastard. C is for Carrot, and D is for...DualShock 2?