A PS3 controller is an essential piece of gear for any gamer and one that is essential to your PS4 gaming experience.
A controller’s motion control feature makes it a necessity, especially for a game like Move that requires players to manipulate objects in the environment and can be extremely taxing on your console.
We have been following Move’s development since it first launched on PS3, and we’re proud to bring you our exclusive guide to the best PS3 Move controllers.
This guide, which was originally written in English, is also a guide for PS4 owners, so we have a new guide to share with you now in addition to our PS3 guide.
For more information on the PS3 and Move controllers, check out our review of the PlayStation Move 4 Pro, and keep reading for the full rundown of the best Move controllers for PS3.1.
PS3 Controller (Left Joystick)PS3 Controller(Left Joypad) PS3 Pro Controller(Right Joystick/D-pad)PS4 Controller(Y-Axis) PS4 Pro ControllerPS3 Pro controller (Left/Right Joysticks)PS1 Pro Controller (Y-axis) PS1 Pro controller(Left/Left Joysticks/Dampers)PS2 Pro Controller PS2 Pro controller PS2 Dualshock controller PS3 Dualshock ControllerPS4 Dualshock Pro controllerPS4 Pro controller2.
PS4 Controller (Right Joypad/Damps)PS5 Pro ControllerXPS5 Dualshock/Y-Joystick ControllerPS6 Dualshock or PS6 DualShock controller PS5 DualShock or PS5 Pro controller3.
PS5 Controller (Damp/Lamps)The PS5 is the next generation of PS4.
With a redesigned design and new wireless charging technology, the PS5 comes with a new and improved controller, the Dualshock 5 Pro.
With the PS6 Pro, the PlayStation 5 controller is now available in five colors: red, white, black, green, and purple.
The PS6 is the new model of the PS4, and is made up of four colors: black, white (red), grey (green), and red (purple).
If you’re looking for the best Dualshock 6 controller, check the DualShock 6 Pro review.
PS6 controller (Red) PS6 Controller (White) PS5/6 Dualshocks PS5 controller (Black) PS2/PS3 DualshiftsPS3 controller (Grey)PSPS4 controller (Blue)4.
PS2 Controller (Lamps/LED)The new PS2 is a compact, affordable controller for any console, with a light-up back and an optional light-based trigger that is controlled by an LED on the bottom.
The front of the controller features the traditional PS2 logo, plus a red light, so you can see what buttons are currently being pressed.
PS1/PS2 controller (Lamp)PSN/PSP controller (LED)PS+/PS+1/X controller (Light)5.
PS7 Controller (Pulse/Damped)The redesigned PS7 controller is designed to fit perfectly in the palm of your hand, with its palm-sized buttons and the integrated light-light-switch design.
The palm-friendly design makes it easy to play PS7 games on the go, but also makes it easier to control the PS7 Dualshock 4 controller.
The light-switch can be turned off and on for extra security, so there is always an extra layer of protection.
The new PS7 Pro features a much more compact design, and the controller also has a new light-mode option for the PS2 controller.
With PS7, the palm-size PS button on the controller can now be pressed.
The power button and volume control buttons have been redesigned, and there are also two new shoulder buttons that can be pressed to adjust volume.
The side buttons for the left thumb and the right thumb now feature a more rounded shape and a “s” shape that is similar to the shape of the “plus” and “minus” buttons on the Xbox One and PS4 controllers.
The back of the new PS1 controller has a red LED that light-speeds up when a player uses the controller.
The new, redesigned PS1 and PS2 controllers are now available for purchase in the U.S. and Australia.6.
PS10 Controller (Stripes/LEDs)The next generation PS10 controller features new LED strips that can glow to indicate the controller’s current position and also light up when it’s connected to a PS2 or PS3 console.
The LED strips are available in red, blue, and green.
The lights can be controlled with a PS button or by a touchpad on the left side of the pad.
The Dualshock pad now features a redesigned grip that allows for the use of PS buttons and other triggers, and it has been updated