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This won't be very helpful but I know that there exists an adapter to use a controller as one for the other console, and it's two way.. So - PS3 on 360, and 360 on PS3 etc

I don't know what it's called but you should look it up.
 

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ive seen those before they look good but i cant use sixaxis if i do that, not a big deal...but the little things count too.

Also heard alot of those dont work with the newest software updates on the ps3
 

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Originally Posted by Maxxa;11927909
Wait! What?Why? My hands naturally take the shape of a PS controller.
I find the Playstation controller comfortable for racing games and RPGs (where I likely don't need to use any of the shoulder buttons or the right analog stick)

but playing Killzone 3 and needing to use both analog sticks + all 4 shoulder buttons, my hands are CRAMPED after an hour or so.
 

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well you can buy one here
http://www.gadgets-reviews.com/index.php?page=post&id=335

well at least try to get him to build you one but if he can do it you probably can to
i saw those, though im very picky and they seem like they'd have alot of issues.
but a good suggestion.

Still leaning towards the power A controller.
 

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Ehhh...looking at reviews for the power a controller and the nyko raven and even the new gioteck hf-1 in the uk.

They all seen to have deadzone issues possibly cuz they don't use bluetooth.

My dreams are dead now...
 
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