DualShock 3 Compatibility Update


While prepping for my impressions piece on the DualShock 3 earlier, I swung by Sony’s official compatibility chart to check up on the total number of US titles currently supporting rumble and noticed that the list had been updated quite a bit since the last time I looked. A few of the new additions are for games currently available at retail (like Assassin’s Creed, which had been one of those unofficial rumble-compatible titles up to now), but most of the update covers titles that aren’t out yet, around 20 in all including the following:

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Edge of Twilight
Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
Kung Fu Panda
Silent Hill V
The Incredible Hulk
Battlefield Bad Company
Destroy All Humans 3: Path of the Furon
Beijing 08 Olympics
Saints Row 2
Disney Pixar’s Wall E
Star Wars: Force Unleashed
Golden Axe: Beast Rider
Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 3
ATV Pure
Civil War: Turning Point
Afro Samurai

None of these should come as any surprise since Sony has already stated that all PS3 games from here on out will feature force feedback support, but it’s still always good to get firm confirmation on those that will since the DualShock 3 is only just now becoming available.

DUALSHOCK®3 Compatibility Chart [PlayStation.com]

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