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Another angle of the PlayStation 4 controller prototype?


10:55 AM on 02.15.2013
PS4 controller prototypeAnother angle of the PlayStation 4 controller prototype? photo



[Update: SquishyMuffin (great name!) on the GameTrailers forums claims to have taken this image.]

Did you need a better view of yesterday's potential next PlayStation controller prototype? Try this new picture, shown above. All Games Beta seems to be following our lead with a new picture that looks similar to yesterday's, from an unknown source. 

The analog nubs look less gross from this angle, and you can see some kind of input port on the bottom of the controller now. The controller also seems wider from this angle. Otherwise, this is probably the same controller. 

Another angle of the PlayStation 4 controller prototype? photo





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