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Hori Pad 4 FPS Plus for PS4/PS3 (Blue)

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Hori Pad 4 FPS Plus for PS4/PS3 (Blue)

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Product Description Product Description
  • Import Game - Japanese Version
  • Compatible with US systems (region free)
  • Japanese language (other languages may be included)
  • Manual and packaging in Japanese language
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Wired AlternativeSo far, with a couple of weeks of steady use, I'm enjoying this controller. Have always been partial to the xBox style of controllers, this has a fit & feel closely approximating one.Much lighter than a PS4 or xBox controller. At this point I don't really have much need for the various features (turbo, reassigning, etc), so can't comment. 4Extremely LightI have been playing with this controller for a while now and got a good feel for it. At first it felt cheap with it's off putting light weight but it can take some punishment. After a few fumbles a straight drops to my coffee table it still works just as fine. When I first got it the first problem I had (other than the very light weight) was that for some games (Grand Theft Auto 5) the triggers seem to not respond or stops sending its own signal to the console. The Turbo button is super fun to use and experiment with. I haven't messed with the button mapping features. I only have one actual quality issue that knocks my rating down and that is that the bumpers (specifically the left) feels sticky. I may have worn it out or just noticed but the left bumber pushes in but raises out slower than my finger does, this makes for a very sluggish cheap feel to the buttons that has distracted my gameplay. It might be just mine or a wide spread issue or my negligence. Overall its a very good option for an alternate cheap controller. 3It's honest perfectionI love, most of all, that the digital pad and analog stick are inverted. The stick has the same configuration as the xbox. I had carpel tunnel surgery and the PS controller is the worst thing. my wrists ache after playing a short while, but do not with the xbox controller, I always accounted this on the configuration of the digital and analog. now I have a ps controller (that works on the 3 & 4) with that same configuration and i absolutely love it. I can game for hours without any discomfort and now my xbox sits as a glorified dvd player 5Great controllerThis is the second Horipad FPSPlus controller that I have purchased and I have been satisfied each time. Third party controllers are not usually known for their quality, but these hold up really well, for the most part. If you drop it ever so slightly, something inside will start rattling, but it has no effect on the functionality. It has a very long wire which is nice. The turbo feature and button mapping are excellent. It may be a little tricky to figure out how to use them at first because the instructions don't come in English, but there are YouTube videos that clarify how to use it. Pretty big, but very comfortable. 5Great controller with a few things keeping it from perfection.This controller is probably the best PS4 controller I have used with only a few things keeping it from being perfect. Personally I prefer the sticks to be asymmetrical so that gave it a step up on the DS4. The sticks are also very rubbery so the grip is fantastic! The stick resistance is in between DS4 and an Xbox one so I found it to be perfect. The button to slow down the stick speed is great for precision shots at long range.The only things I didn't care for was the triggers/bumpers. The bumpers are odd shaped but very responsive, the triggers though are more like buttons, which is ok but I found that once in a while I would stop firing in a game cause I didn't have the button pressed hard enough. The other thing is there is no gyroscope, so you can't use it for games like Detroit: Become Human. Not many games use it, but it prevents this from being the "be all end all" controller.One more thing to note is if you do not like light or hollow controllers this may not be for you... It's hollow bit still feels very well built. 4It's GoodI've used this thing almost daily for 1-2 years, and I've got to say I love it. It's a great controller for those on PlayStation that prefer an Xbox controller. The turbo and button remap functions work as intended and so does the "precision button" on the back (although I personally remapped that to the jump button). It easily switches between PS4 and PS3 modes and is 90% functional on both (no gyroscope/accelerometer functionality here, no rumble, and no light bar for the PS4).Then there's the wire. This is a 100% hardwired controller. It's not one that is only wired but you can take the USB cable out of it. My wire is currently in the process of breaking off near the controller end of the cord. I'm not sure if this is really a fault of the controller though; it could be to some rough treatment/multiple moves.Recommendation: Consider this controller but be wary of the cord. 4Some issues hold it back from really standing next to the Dual Shock 4; better for large hands thoughThis is definitely a 3-star pad for most people, but if you have larger hands, this *may* be a 4-star product. The gist here is that its' fine, but has some issues and definitely not as good as the stock Dual Shock 4.Hori makes good quality pads (this is erroneously credited to "Sony" here on Amazon, with the manufacturer's named mushed into the name of the controller in the title), but this isn't one of their better ones. Build-wise, its actually pretty solid, but feels lighter than it looks. The inputs seem like they'd be squishy, but surprisingly respond well while playing. The quality is pretty good, I'll be honest. The biggest problem with this is the actual molding. See how the top of this thing is kinda chunky? Kinda... squared off instead of being smooth and round? The way the handles are molded, they guide your fingers to rest on the R2 and L2 buttons and actually overshoot the L1/R1 buttons a bit. You're going to have to reach for them, even if its subtle and you don't notice at first, you might start cramping if you're hitting those buttons a lot. Or if you're like me, you just stop hitting those buttons as much. After using this for a few days now, its weird how issues pop up because of its mold & design, but they're there and you'll notice them after playing awhile. It's just not as comfy as the Dual Shock 4.Being a Hori Product though, the instructions are in Japanese, so I had to figure out how to use the extra buttons on my own. Oh right, this controller has a few added buttons over a standard pad; a Turbo button (hold turbo down, then tap whatever other button you want to "turbo up"), an Assign button (see below: its complicated), an extra "Target" trigger on the inside of the left handle on the back for functions to be assigned to (see attached pic: where your pointer finger naturally wants to land when holding the controller without putting fingers on top), a PS4/PS3 toggle (I'm actually pretty sure the normal Dual Shock 4 will auto-detect if its connected to a PS3), and another mysterious toggle switch next to that on the underside. Its marked with a "dot dash line" graphic (see the attached pic), and I don't know what that does AT ALL. So have fun figuring out that mystery! In all honestly, none of these are super useful anyway. They're just, I don't know, non-issues.>>>>>>> To use the Assign buttonAfter tinkering with this for awhile, and getting frustrated, and screwing up the buttons, I finally bumbled my way into figuring this thing out. It is NOT intuitive. I would LOVE to know how the instructions describe this nonsense.1. If you hold "Assign", the TURBO button's green LED will turn on.2. Next, tap the button you want to program (I highly recommend JUST using the Target trigger; you can easily overwrite any other button's function though if you want to for some reason), The green LED under Turbo will start blinking; you can record a function now.3. Hit another button, and the Assign button's red LED should now turn on. This means it has programmed the button in Step 2 to do the function of the button you hit here in Step 3.IF you screw up, HOLD the Assign button and just... tap the button you you screwed a lot. As fast as you can. Do it until green Turbo LED starts blinking. Then it & the Assign buttons' red LED should turn off, or like turn on and then off. Anyway, once they're off, all button functions should return to normal. It is REALLY unintuitive.>>>>>>>Cramming these extra buttons and triggers onto the controller seems to have cramped up the face of the controller a bit as far as the touchpad and the Share/Options buttons are concerned. Not that you'll hit them reliably anyway, because they're practically sunk in. They're really, really flat on the face of the thing. They also changed the shape to simple little circles. If you like capturing/sharing videos and screenshots, do NOT buy this controller. The Touchpad feels just as good as the official one, and is just a little smaller and actually easier to hit accidentally (reaching for the Share button, for example), but its such a seldom-used feature in most PS4 games that I don't find that as a notable flaw.So it's definitely not perfect. I like Hori, they make some great 3rd party controllers, and have ever since the Gamecube/PS2 era at least. I have a Fighting Stick Mini from them for my PS3/4 and I love it. I have an old SNES shaped Gamecube controller from them; also love it. This too is generally well MADE; it doesn't feel cheap. But its not particularly well-DESIGNED, and comes off as a disappointment from them. Its also weird that its so expensive (its practically the same price as the stock DS4), yet it isn't wireless. If you've got long fingers and/or big hands, go for it. You'll probably enjoy this, no problem. But if you're fine with the feel, size and dimensions of the official DS4, this is far away from that and could be a bit of a problem. Its probably worth a pass in that case.Its absolutely not horrible, but it is clearly inferior to the Dual Shock 4 overall thanks to its form factor; its just too clunky/edgy and weird up top. 3The best controller I've ever had! Seriously!This controller is a joy to use and how the thumb-sticks are placed on it is my preference. I've been gaming on it for quite some time now and it's been holding up super well! It seems very, very durable for gaming-use, I'd even say the buttons and everything are probably the best quality I've ever used (other controllers seem to have buttons that become unusable quite easily, namely official Xbox One controllers that are so darn expensive!) I'd highly recommend this to anyone that is searching for a controller that will be durable for high amounts of game time! I use this for PC gaming and it really works well for 3rd-person-shooters and the like! :3 5Great controller, just missing 2 thingsThis is a fantastic Pro controller. It's lightweight, nice size for grip, low input delay, solid thumb sticks, button triggers are nice to use, turbo button works great. I just wish there was a headphone jack and a second programmable button on the back on the other side. I assume this makes it easier to make and keep the price down, but lead me to upgrade after while. 4Hori is probably the most dependable 3rd party peripheral maker for PS4All the functions work and the size of it feels great. Responsive and it's worked well for me so far. Much larger than the standard controller. However, it's too light since there are no rumble motors, you can't use your headset with it like a standard PS4 controller, the instructions are 100% in Japanese and it's wired which can be good or bad. I like wired but I think most PS4 gamers wouldn't. Overall I'm happy with my purchase. I would of got the Red one but for some reason this was like $12 cheaper despite being the same item. Oh well. 4
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