doesn?t stray very far from the ?norm? when it comes to analog controllers. The design looks different, since the handles are pointed, but that really doesn?t affect gameplay much. The analog sticks are top notch, making the Shock2
score very highly against other controllers when it comes to sheer precision and control. If anything, it may take a little bit of time to get used to the fact that the Select button is above the Start button, instead of beside it. This doesn?t usually cause any problems, though, since the Start button is the easiest to hit and is the one you will be most likely to hit when frantically trying to pause your game.
The Shock2 is a very comfortable, accurate controller. Its handles have grips on the underside that are ergonomically designed to fit your hands well. The NEGCON mode is available, but not nearly as impressive as the Shock2 mode. The vibration is very nice and ?solid.? While the size is a little above average, the weight is about average, if not lighter than most. This light weight allows for a long gaming spree with little fatigue. All around, the Shock2 is one of the better controllers I?ve played with.