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Gioteck Real Triggers: Your PS3 Needs Them

I came across something absolutely amazing last night at my local Game Crazy: Gioteck Real Triggers. The small plastic attachments simply snap on to your Dualshock 3 or Sixaxis controller’s existing L2 and R2 buttons to give you an extremely comfortable concave surface. As is, PS3 controllers tend to have downward sloping triggers that easily slip and force you to hold your hands at an uncomfortable angle; Real Triggers fix this problem for a mere $5 or so, making the Sony controllers feel more like their Microsoft counterparts.

Now, the attachments will take a little getting used to since they change the trigger pull distance. However, once you’ve grown accustomed to them, you won’t want to go back. The only real issue with these accessories is that they can result in accidental L2/R2 button presses when the controller is laid down. This is most noticeable if you use your controller as a DVD remote.

As best I can tell, these things haven’t been in the States for very long. Now that they’re here, there’s no excuse to not buy a set. They’re a must have for any FPS fan. Gioteck accessories can be found online and at Game Crazy.

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  • hmm, looks pretty cool

  • Some games do feel odd because of the triggers, I may have to find me a set.

  • RP

    or you can use puddy and mold yourself a set

  • …or you can act like an adult, spend $5, and not ruin a $50 controller