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Topic # 223866 21-Oct-2017 10:13
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I saw a few PS3s on trademe that have "Rebug DREX 4.81" software - is this software user friendly? Btw the PS3s are not new, so I don't suppose there's a way to tell if they are on their last legs or not is there?


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  Reply # 1887272 21-Oct-2017 10:15
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Also are third party controllers (supplied by TM sellers) any good? 


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  Reply # 1887282 21-Oct-2017 10:49
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Ive seldom found any third party ones to be any good.

 

Ive bought some tatty looking real sony ones from cash converters for cheap and then got some bling new shells off aliexpress to put them in.





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  Reply # 1887295 21-Oct-2017 11:38
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no good as in laggy not responsive / buttons don't press properly ?


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  Reply # 1887324 21-Oct-2017 12:09
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Bad d pad is the main thing. Also very notchey analog sticks that don't have the right feel for the dead zone in the middle. Not tried clone wireless ps3 ones to know how they compared for wireless performance




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