DualShock Controller Is A Must For PlayStation Now

Posted: Jan 10 2014, 1:32pm CST | by , in News | Gaming

DualShock Controller is a Must for PlayStation Now
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PlayStation Now will be requiring a new attachment gadget. A Dualshock controller is a must for the game from Sony.

The PlayStation device is a limitless tool that could revolutionize the future of video games. But it needs an accessory in the form of a controller to really function efficiently. Sony will bring its services to tablets and smart phones soon. But there is a clause. You won’t get to employ a touch screen.

Most PS3 games will only be functional in the presence of a DualShock controller. And the DualShock 4 will make the PS4 a versatile device for the gamers to handle. Furthermore, thanks to this change, you will be able to carry your gaming device with you wherever you go in the form of a smart phone or tablet. Sony wants to carry on the experiences of the past in its new gaming devices.

The continuity of some of the most exciting games from combat series to wild adventures will now be possible. The crowd of adrenaline junkies that hang on to every move in a computer game can’t wait to get their hands on this new adaptation by Sony.

In order to bring the times past in synch with the present and project them both into the future requires a lot of sincere hard work and honest dedication to the task at hand by the tech experts at Sony. The Xbox by Microsoft is one open source of competition for Sony’s PS4. And with this strategy, Sony wants to allow its PlayStation Now to take over the game-playing field on a permanent basis.

Source: The Verge

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