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How about a dedicated sports controller for PS3

12:30 PM on 05.08.2013 // Dale North
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Do you play a lot of sports games? If so, have you ever wished for a dedicated sports game controller? Gioteck's SC-1 PS3 controller is exactly that.

This controller features four levels of sensitivity to let sports games players dial in their preferences. The d-pad is a 360 degree affair, and bumpers are geared towards sports play. The SC-1's thumbsticks are supposed to be more accurate for passes and moves. Gioteck says that in its most sensitive mode, the stick only needs 20 percent of the full travel. 

Additional F1 and F2 buttons let you program custom button combinations to be assigned to either. These could work nicely for fighting games too, I'm sure.

The SC-1 should be hitting stores and online retailers soon, priced at $49.99.

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