Do you love soccer? Do you wish their was a controller made specifically for soccer video games? If that’s the case, then you’re in luck as Japanese manufacturer HORI has released its brand new Fantasista controller for the PlayStation 3.
The controller, which retails for $39.99, is built specifically for soccer gamers. It includes two analog sticks that are not directly next to each other, but instead in the same position found on an Xbox 360 or Xbox One controller. What makes this controller more special are the inclusions of a third analog stick and an extra trigger on the rear of the controller. The third analog stick isn’t for player movement, but instead corresponds to the appropriate face buttons. This feature allows you to use the face button controls without taking your right thumb off of the analog stick.
For a full review of the new peripheral, head on over to 4Gamer.net. The website is in Japanese so you will need to translate.
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