Dreamgear WWE All-Stars Brawl Pad Controller for PS3
Breaking away from the PS3 controller's original design, Dreamgear's WWE All-Stars Brawl Pad replaces the two traditional analog sticks with an enlarged, circular D-pad that helps give users better control over their wrestling-game characters. With the tap of a button, the D-pad switches to right- or left-analog-stick duties or back to normal D-pad functioning. The Brawl Pad also relocates the L1 and R1 buttons from the top of the controller to its front, forming a classic six-button layout similar to that of retro controllers. It also gives users a leg up on the competition with turbo functionality and a secret sofa-eject button. Its ergonomic shape fits comfortably in hands for hours of gaming, and its wireless signal lets users play from virtually anywhere in the room.
- Wireless controller for the PS3 console (not included)
- Full-color graphics on the controller's housing
- Image of Hulk Hogan and John Cena or The Rock and Triple H
- Enlarged, circular, eight-way floating D-pad
- Three-way switch enables D-pad to also function as a left or right analog stick
- Classic six-button layout
- Additional multispeed turbo functionality
- Rubber grips for improved handling
- Ergonomically designed
- Lag-free 2.4GHz wireless signal
- USB dongle included
- Dimensions: 2.75"x8"x6.75"
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