The blue button x was the only button that worked during the ps3s xmb menu. Let me know if you get anywhere. I really doubt that a newer model will consume more power; that would be taking a step back. To describe it, the whole shell feels rough as if for extra grip , whereas the old one felt smooth. Immersion's actual results might differ materially from those stated or implied by such forward-looking statements due to risks and uncertainties associated with Immersion's business, which include but are not limited to, delay in or failure to achieve commercial demand for Immersion's products or the licensed products or a delay in or failure to achieve the acceptance of touch feedback as a critical user experience. I am specifically interested in hearing what works for others who actually do this. It doesn't allow you to use Guitar Hero.
Later on today I'll be trying it with the actual guitar hero game and see what I actually come up with. The new ones have a higher power usage too 5V as opposed to the old 3. They should learn how to keep their promises, and stop trying to pull dates out their ass to get pre-orders. It's basically the official wireless controller for the system through Sony's endorsement of it. When the Sony branding is plastered all across the controller and packaging, I consider it official. Rumble has always struck me as a gimmick. The real issue is that the ps3 itself can recognize, regular ps2 controllers, via usb adapters, but when it gets into the ps2 mode of playing ps2 games it forgets how to recognize ps2 controllers hooked up via the usb slots.
. My Konami gun clone won't work, but any old Guncon clone does. Basically, Sony just passed the cost of rumble on to third party companies. Not that it matters either way, just explaining my thinking. Also, I wouldn't count on getting rumble support.
Just spend the 10 bucks for a controller. Or would I be better off tracking down an original? I've just ordered a ps1 because I'm none too fond of software emulation I know that's just a weird quirk and 99% of games work fine on the ps2 , but I wanted a real ps1 darn it. You could have two devices that consume the same amount of power and have different voltages. Electro Source will make royalty payments to Immersion based on sales by Electro Source of spinning mass vibro-tactile gamepads, steering wheels, and other game controllers for dedicated gaming consoles such as the Sony PlayStation and PlayStation2, the Nintendo GameCube, and the Microsoft Xbox and Xbox 360, in addition to certain other remuneration. By providing links to other sites, CheapAssGamer. Specifically which controller are you saying works for you? I can count on one hand the number of games that I've thought have been enhanced by rumble. Curious to hear specifically what works for others! Later on today I'll be trying it with the actual guitar hero game and see what I actually come up with.
I'd just need to go to medical school then get surgery training with a focus on cardiac procedures. I think it was a mistake to get rid of it, but it's gone. And bottom line is, you'd need the ps2 to have the driver installed for the ps3 controller. I'm gonna keep bugging them about this. Immersion's technology is deployed across automotive, entertainment, medical training, mobility, personal computing, and three-dimensional simulation markets. And I guess Nintendo's rumble isn't covered by Immersion? For a more detailed discussion of these factors, and other factors that could cause the Company's actual results to vary materially, interested parties should review the risk factors listed in the Company's most current Form 10-Q, which is on file with the U. Open heart surgery isn't that hard.
If the controllers that are included with the system don't support rumble, then it is dead. Immersion's patent portfolio includes over 500 issued or pending patents in the U. It's really frustrating because it is clearly a software issue that could easily be fixed, pressing the ps button to start an emulated game and not able to assign the usb port to player 1. If the ps2 controller would work that would make life simpler and I've heard from different sources you both can and can't so I'm coming here looking for a more definitive answer. That was smarter than what microsoft, and Nintendo did.
It wouldn't be that hard. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Browse other questions tagged or. Both companies also have agreed to explore the possibility of working together in technology or engineering related assignments. Just another personal preference thing I guess. Immersion and the Immersion logo are trademarks of Immersion Corporation in the U. Have you actually tried this yourself? Also, I had to turn the analog function off, as the character kept rolling when using the ps2 pad I couldn't get this type of system to work when using a ps2 game unfortunately; I was looking for a way to connect the guitar hero controller to work with the ps3.
That was smarter than what microsoft, and Nintendo did. Wireless Playstation 2 controllers don't work. I used a Radioshack ps2 to usb adapter, and plugged it into the system, slot 1, then I assigned the ps3 controller to slot one via wireless. If it's official Sony, it'll work. If I plug the controller in, it works fine.
Also, I wouldn't count on getting rumble support. Though I don't see any answers that suggest how it might be done. I just need some programming, math, psychology and software engineering skills and a computer. The ps2 to ps3 adapter is being made by Electro Source via Pelican the settled with immersion earlier this year thus allowing them to make periphereals that include rumble functions. Posts that don't meet the guidelines above are subject to removal without notice and possibly a ban from the subreddit at moderator's discretion.