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IGN says:

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At the end of the day, the Sixaxis is a great controller that stands firm as one of the best and most comfortable gamepads you'll ever find. quote


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Critic reviews

7.6
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  • Ergonomics / comfort
    8.3
  • Accuracy / responsiveness
    8.0
  • Durability
    8.0

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8.6
13 reviews
8.0
PC Mag Nov 16, 2006

The PS3 SIXAXIS controller looks just like the previous generation, but Sony has made a number of small improvements.

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8.0
CNET Nov 13, 2006

It's safe to say we'll see more innovative uses of the tilting sensitivity feature in future games--it definitely adds an extra level of control when flying the eponymous attack vehicle in Warhawk.

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7.0
Ars Technica Nov 20, 2006

If it ain't broke, it probably doesn't need fixing, so Sony just kept its classic controller design. The motion-sensing aspects probably just need room to grow, or they simply may be cast aside as gimmick by developers. Only time will tell in that regard.

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7.0
New York Times Oct 23, 2006

The technology does seem to work properly and is one clear advantage the PlayStation 3 has over the Xbox 360, which does not include anything like it.

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8.0
IGN Nov 22, 2006

At the end of the day, the Sixaxis is a great controller that stands firm as one of the best and most comfortable gamepads you'll ever find.

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8.0
migo migo

The SIXAXIS is a very comfortable controller, and is very light. The R2/L2 triggers bother some people for FPS games, but you shouldn't be playing an FPS on a gamepad anyway, and they're much better for racing games or any game that uses them for acceleration. The R1/L1 shoulder bumpers are easy...

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9.0
Faythdreamer Faythdreamer

The Sony SIXAXIS controller shines mostly because of the comfort factor, it fits into your hand nicely and doesn't provide any discomfort physically over time. All buttons are within easy and quick reach and respond well when pressed/pushed in. The R2/L2 buttons do however promote slipping of the...

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