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Contents

  1. 1 3-in-1 Remote
  2. 2 3DTV
  3. 3 Ace Combat 5 Flight Stick 2
  4. 4 Analog Flight Stick
  5. 5 Arcade Fighter Classic Pad
  6. 6 Assault Rifle
  7. 7 Bear
  8. 8 BUZZ! Buzzers
  9. 9 Chotto Shot
  10. 10 Chun Li Fight Pad Collectors Edition
  11. 11 Chun Li Street Fighter Collectors Edition
  12. 12 Classic Trackball
  13. 13 Dance Summit
  14. 14 DDR Hand Controller
  15. 15 Dragon Quest Slime
  16. 16 DragonPlus one
  17. 17 DTL-H
  18. 18 DualShock 3
  19. 19 DualShock 4 + Camera
  20. 20 EX Jinsei/Game of Life Roulette Controller
  21. 21 FearMaster
  22. 22 FPS Master
  23. 23 FragFX
  24. 24 GameTrak
  25. 25 Gene Simmons Axe Guitar
  26. 26 Glove
  27. 27 Grip
  28. 28 Grip v2
  29. 29 Grip (Hori)
  30. 30 GunCon 2
  31. 31 GunCon 3
  32. 32 Hatsune Miku F Mini
  33. 33 HKS Racing Controller
  34. 34 Jogcon
  35. 35 JogDial
  36. 36 KidStation
    1. 36.1 Guru Guru Town Hanamaru-kun
    2. 36.2 Hello Kitty
    3. 36.3 Mickey Mouse
    4. 36.4 Sailor Moon
    5. 36.5 Winnie the Pooh
  37. 37 Maestro Baton
  38. 38 MAG II
  39. 39 Meka Pokeler
  40. 40 Mini D.D.R. Fingerpad
  41. 41 Move
  42. 42 NavCon
  43. 43 neGcon
  44. 44 Onimusha 3: Soul Katana
  45. 45 PiStol3
  46. 46 Power Shovel Controller
  47. 47 Prototype SNESCD controller (codename MW.3)
  48. 48 Proto-Shock
  49. 49 Proto-Shock-less
  50. 50 PS-890
  51. 51 PSeye
  52. 52 PSone LCD
  53. 53 PSW-303
  54. 54 Racing Wheel
  55. 55 RealTriggers
  56. 56 Reload Pedal
  57. 57 Resident Evil 4 Chainsaw
  58. 58 Resident Evil Pad
  59. 59 RetroCON
  60. 60 Rez Synthesasia device
  61. 61 RIDE
  62. 62 RPG Duo Con 2
  63. 63 Seaman 2 Gold Seamic
  64. 64 Seaman 2 Seamic
  65. 65 Shadow, The Hedgehog Mini Controller
  66. 66 Sharp Shooter
  67. 67 Smart Clip
  68. 68 Sphere 360
  69. 69 Solid Eye
  70. 70 Space Invaders 25th Anniversary Controller
  71. 71 Stepper
  72. 72 Super Robot Wars/Taisen Controller
  73. 73 Tactical Assault Commander 3
  74. 74 Tam Tam Paradise
  75. 75 TiltFX
  76. 76 Tiny Bee
  77. 77 Top Shot Elite
  78. 78 Trigger Grips
  79. 79 uDraw Game Tablet II
  80. 80 USB Headset
  81. 81 Volume Controller
  82. 82 V-Pick
  83. 83 Wildfire Gaming Dock
  84. 84 Wireless Keypad
  85. 85 WonderWave
  86. 86 Wonder Book
  87. 87 Xccelerator
  88. 88 XFPS Fire
  89. 89 XtendPlay
  90. 90 Zero Tech
  91. 91 ZXE-D: Legend of Plasmalite
  92. 92 Misc/Common/Adapters

3-in-1 Remote

Games supported: Some PS3 games
Obtained: December 22, 2010
Can be found for: ~$35
Made by: PowerA
Peripheral #: 128
Wireless (USB HID dongle), Dpad rotation button (for landscape/portrait modes), backlit sliding 51-key keyboard, Dpad, 2 shoulder buttons (L1/R1), 4 face buttons, PS/Start/Select buttons, cardboard packaging that has to be destroyed to open it, 12 DVD buttons (Display, Play, Top menu, Prev, Pause, Next, Rew, Stop, FF, L2, Enter, R2), 4 player indicator lights, charging light, built in rechargeable battery, charges via standard USB

My Review

3DTV

Games Supported: List Sony's List (PS3)
Obtained: November 15, 2011
Can be found for: $499 (3D TV), $69 (extra glasses)
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 154
Quantity: 2 pairs of glasses
3DTV: A 24", 1080p, 240HZ 3D TV, 1 Component and 2 HDMI inputs, includes a 2 meter HDMI cable, 1 pair of 3D glasses, and a copy of Resistance 3 and MotorStorm: Pacific Rift
Supports a new kind of split screen, where using 3D mode, Player 1 gets the left frame, and Player 2 gets the right frame. So each player only sees their screen
Glasses: Work with multiple brands of 3D TVs, has a built-in rechargeable (via USB) battery
There is a hidden USB port on the bottom left-hand corner when looking at the back

My Review

Ace Combat 5 Flight Stick 2

Games supported: Ace Combat 5, Ace Combat Zero (PS2)
Can be found for: ~$100
Made by: HORI
Specific version: Black
Other versions: Blue (prototype), Red
Favorite
Joystick, a clickable thumbstick, a throttle, 3 dpads, 2 dials, rudder control, 3 triggers, 4 buttons, a mode select switch, rumble, a cool box
 

Analog Flight Stick

Games supported: List (PS1)
Obtained: ~January 30, 2007
Can be found for: ~$35
Made by: Sony
Favorite
1 digital thumbstick, 2 analog sticks, 1 mode switch, 2 system buttons, 8 face buttons (4 as triggers, 4 as thumb), The face buttons are also on the sticks

My Review

A historical artifact: Had analog control and a thumbstick before the N64 came out, was announced before N64 was

Arcade Fighter Classic Pad

Games supported: Some PS3 games, Fighters and RPGs in particular
Obtained: October 6, 2009
Can be found for: ~$15
Made by: DreamGEAR  
Peripheral #: 078
Specific version: PS3
Other versions: Wii
USB, 1 dpad, 3 system buttons, 6 face buttons, 2 analog triggers, a cool box, 4 Player indicator LEDs

Assault Rifle

Games supported: Most PS3 games
Obtained: August 10, 2010
Can be found for: ~$65
Made by: CTA Digital
Peripheral #: 112
Wireless via USB dongle, USB HID, speaker with on/off switch, 2 clickable thumbsticks (GCN C-stick style), 4 triggers, dpad, turbo switch, rumble, 7 buttons (4 face, Start/Select/Home). 4 Player indicator LEDs, removable stock and scope, batteries not included, a cool box

More Information  My Review

Bear

Games supported: All PSP go games
Obtained: July 15, 2011
Can be found for: ~$55
Made by: Gametech
Peripheral #: 148
Specific version: Black
Other versions: White
A device to attach a SIXAXIS/Dualshock3 to a PSP Go
Exactly like my idea I submitted to DreamGear and they rejected

More Info

BUZZ! Buzzers


Games supported: The BUZZ! series of games (PS2 and PS3), Who Wants to be a Millionaire - Party Edition (PS2)
Obtained: September 3, 2010
Can be found for: ~$5
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 113
Specific version: Junior (not shown, the buttons are colored in)
Other versions: Regular (shown), wireless
Quantity: 2 sets of 4 controllers
4 controllers, each with a big button and 4 smaller ones, USB HID (shows up as 1 controller with 20 buttons), Unidextrous, Ambidextrous

Chotto Shot

Games supported: PSP's firmware, Invizimals, Eyepet, Go!Edit/Chotto Edit [Video] Talkman [Audio] (PSP)
Obtained: November 27, 2006
Can be found for: ~$50
Made by: Sony
Specific version: PSP-300 (1.3 MP/1280x960, silver, included with Go!Edit/Chotto Edit, requires firmware 2.82 or higher)

Obtained: June 13, 2011
Specific version: PSP-450x (0.3 MP/640x480, black, included with Invizimals or Eyepet, requires firmware 6.00 or higher)
Can be found for: ~$40
Peripheral #: 146
A small camera and microphone for PSP. Can record video at 320x240 and 480x272 at 15 and 30 fps. Used in augmented reality games. The software needed to use it was built into PSP's firmware at 3.09

Chun Li Fight Pad Collectors Edition

Games supported: Some PS3 games, PC
Obtained: March 23, 2009
Can be found for: ~$50
Made by: MadCatz  
Peripheral #: 070
Specific version: Chun Li (wireless PS3)
Other versions: Blanka, Akuma, Ken, Ryu, Guile, Bison, Cammy, Zangeif, Viper, Sagat (wired 360 versions for each)
1 dpad (can act as an analog stick via the switch), 2 triggers, 11 buttons (6 face, 1 home, 4 system), wireless, analog/dpad mode switch, USB (HID) receiver, clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open, batteries not included

My Review

Chun Li Street Fighter Collectors Edition

Games supported: Some PS1/2 games
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: NubyTech
Specific version: Chun Li (wired PS2)
Other versions: Ryu, Akuma, Ken (wired PS2)
Evil Ken, Cammy, Sagat (wireless PS2)
M Bison, Guile, Akuma (XBOX)
1 dpad, 2 triggers, 8 buttons, a cool box, comic book, hologram, and 2 stickers

Creator's Website

Classic Trackball

Games supported: List (PS1)
Obtained: February 12, 2010
Can be found for: ~$1
Made by: Nyko
Peripheral #: 093
4 face buttons (2 redundant), turbo switch, trackball, a cool box
Unidextrous, ambidextrous

Review PSillustrated

Dance Summit

Games supported: Dance Summit (PS1 or 2?)
Obtained: March 11, 2013
Can be found for: ~$?
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 192
A tiny controller lacking analog sticks, along with 2 wrist controllers that have 2 buttons each

DDR Hand Controller

Games supported: Various DDR games (PS1/PS2)
Obtained: March 11, 2013
Can be found for: ~$?
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 193
Start/Select, 12 back-lit face buttons

Dragon Quest Slime

Games supported: All PS1/PS2 games
Obtained: ~January 08, 2007
Can be found for: ~$20 Import only
Made by: HORI
Specific version: Blue
Other versions: Grey
1 dpad, 2 clickable thumbsticks, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, cool base, Removable cable, rumble
 

DragonPlus one

Games supported: All PS1/most PS2 games
Can be found for: ~$10 Import only
Made by: DragonPlus
4 shoulder buttons, dpad, 2 clickable analog sticks, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, turbo+slow

A historical artifact: What Nintendo copied for the Wii Classic controller

DTL-H

Games supported: None
Obtained: July 27, 2010
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 108
1 dpad, 4 shoulder buttons, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, parallel interface

DualShock 3

Games supported: All PS3 games
Can be found for: ~$50 (Import only for this color)
Made by: Sony
Specific versions: White, Black, Army Camo
Other versions: Multiple colors
Quantity: 3
1 dpad, rumble, motion sensing, clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open, can sync with PSP Go and PS Vita TV
2 clickable thumbsticks, 3 system buttons, 4 analog face buttons, 4 analog triggers, Bluetooth, built in battery, USB (mini) charging

IGN Hires PC Drivers

DualShock 4 + Camera


Games supported (DualShock 4): All PS4, PC games. Many PS3 games
Games supported (Camera): Misc PS4 games
Obtained: October 25, 2014
Can be found for: ~$60 each
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 223-A (DualShock 4) and 223-B (Camera)
Quantity: 2 (DualShock 4)
DualShock 4:
1 dpad, rumble, motion sensing, cool box, can sync with PS Vita TV
2 clickable thumbsticks, 3 system buttons, 4 digital face buttons, 2 analog and 2 digital triggers, Bluetooth, built in battery, USB (micro) charging
Clickable 2-touch touchpad, lightbar for position tracking via the camera, EXT port, headset port, mono speaker, USB HID (driverless)
To put it into sync mode: Press and hold the Share and PS buttons until the light on the back begins a rhythmic, double flash.

Camera:
Dual 1280 x 800 web cam with a 4-mic array, uses PS4's AUX port

EX Jinsei/Game of Life Roulette Controller


Games supported: EX Jinsei/Game of Life (PS2)
Obtained: September 20, 2010
Can be found for: ~$80
Made by: Takara
Peripheral #: 118
Kanji: EX人生ゲーム・ルーレットコントローラ同梱版
Quantity: 4
1 dpad, 10 face buttons (4 face, 4 shoulder, start\select), a roulette wheel and mode switch (A mode: wheel repeatedly presses a button as it spins, B mode: it maps to an axis of the right analog stick, neither mode actually represents what color it is on or even which direction you spun it in), a cool box. How it works: The back of the wheel is white, with black squares (think a circle barcode) and 1 optical sensor that detects those boxes as it spins

FearMaster

Games supported: Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2013 (PS3)
Obtained: October 29, 2012
Can be found for: ~$80
Made by: Activision
Peripheral #: 177
Clickable analog thumbstick, trigger, dpad, 4 face buttons, Start\Select\Home, Wireless Sensor bar/pointing device with automatic shut-off timer, a cool box, display-independent lightgun (SD and HD), wireless (USB dongle, can be hidden inside the scope), batteries not included, USB HID (buttons/analog sticks only, not the pointing device)

FPS Master

Games supported: All PS1/PS2 games, FPSs/TPSs in particular
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Gamester Radica
Specific version: PS2 Blue
Other versions: XBOX Camoflouge
1 dpad, 2 clickable thumbsticks, 2 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 6 shoulder buttons, rumble, LCD with 5 buttons, clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open

FragFX

Games supported: All PS3 games, FPSs in particular
Obtained: February 27, 2009 (V.1, Sony blocked them) October 5, 2010 (V.2)
Can be found for: ~$60
Made by: SplitFish
Specific version: Black (not shown)
Other versions: White  
Peripheral #: 065-A and 065-B
Quantity: 2
USB (HID) optical mouse with 4 face buttons (R1, R2, R3 and Start) 4 side buttons. A left handed controller with a dpad, SIXAXIS, clickable analog thumbstick, 3 triggers, select button, mode select button and a sensitivity dial, hard mousepad with soft padding, clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open

PC Drivers

GameTrak

Games supported: Real World Golf 2007 (PS2), Dark Wind (PC?)
Obtained: February 18, 2011
Can be found for: ~$3
Made by: In2Games 
Peripheral #: 134
Specific version: PS2
Other versions: PC, XBOX
A foot pedal, 2 retractable cables that measure angle and distance from the connector, USB

Gene Simmons Axe Guitar

Games supported: Guitar Hero and Rock Band for PS2/PS3
Obtained: March 23, 2009 (Tax return)
Can be found for: ~$60
Made by: ?  
Peripheral #: 066
1 dpad, whammy bar, tilt sensor, wireless, 13 buttons (5 redundant, start, select, Home), USB (HID) + PS2 receiver, a cool box, batteries included (requires a screwdriver to install), the worst neck strap ever

My Review

Glove

Games supported: All PS1/PS2 games
Obtained: April 20, 2010
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Reality Quest
Peripheral #: 101
Specific version: PS1
Other versions: N64
Dpad/Analog stick (wrist sensor) Switch (Analog, Simulated Analog, Digital), Mode button (Sensitivity, Invert Y)
13 Buttons (L1/L2/R1/R2, 2 redundant L1/R2, Square/X/O/Triangle, Start/Select/Analog) Unidextrous

More Information PSillustrated

Grip

Games supported: Most PS1 games, RPGs in particular
Obtained: February 27, 2009
Can be found for: ~$5
Made by: ASCII/Agetec
Kanji: グリップ
Dpad, 10 face buttons (2 redundant) 2 triggers
 
Unidextrous, ambidextrous

More Information (about key settings)

Grip v2

Games supported: Most PS1/PS2 games, RPGs in particular
Obtained: February 16, 2010
Can be found for: ~$50
Made by: ASCII/Agetec/Sammy
Peripheral #: 094
Kanji: グリップV2
Clickable Analog stick (switches between Left/Right analog or the dpad somehow), 10 face buttons (2 redundant) 2 triggers, a cool box

Unidextrous, ambidextrous

Grip (Hori)

Games supported: Most PS1/PS2 games, RPGs in particular
Obtained: April 28, 2011
Can be found for: ~$18
Made by: Hori
Peripheral #: 138
Kanji: リップコントロー
Specific version: Grey
Other versions: Black, Pink, clear
Dpad, 10 face buttons (2 redundant) 2 triggers

Unidextrous, ambidextrous

GunCon 2

Games supported: List (PS2)
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Namco
Quantity: 2
1 trigger, 1 dpad, 4 buttons, a cool box, CRT display only lightgun (SD only), Unidextrous, Ambidextrous
 

GunCon 3

Games supported: SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation, Time Crisis 4, Time Crisis: Blazing Storm (PS3)
Can be found for: ~$25
Made by: NamcoBandai
Specific version: Orange (not shown)
Other versions: Black
2 Depressable analog sticks, 6 buttons, Sensor bars/pointing device, a cool box, display-independent lightgun (SD and HD)

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Hatsune Miku F Mini

Games supported: Project Diva (PS3)
Obtained: May 25, 2013
Can be found for: ~$180, Import Only
Made by: HORI
Peripheral #: 197
2 clickable analog sticks, 15 buttons, USB (HID)

HKS Racing Controller

Games supported: Racing games (PS3)
Obtained: December 8, 2010
Can be found for: ~$45
Made by: Eagle3
Peripheral #: 125
1 dpad, analog jog wheel, 2 face buttons, 2 'foot pedal' buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, rumble, USB (HID), 1 clickable analog stick,4 system buttons (Start/Select/Home/Macro), digital pressure readout
Macro button lets you reassign any button to another, 2 switches on the back which let you switch which stick the thumbstick acts as (left or right) and switches the foot pedal buttons between X/Square and L2/R2

My Review

Jogcon

Games supported: List (PS1)
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Namco
1 dpad, analog jog wheel, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, force feedback

IGN

JogDial



Games supported: Unknown
Obtained: September 20, 2010
Can be found for: ~$50
Made by: Hori
Peripheral #: 117
Specific version: Orange
Other versions: Red, Blue
Kanji: ジョ グダイヤルコントローラ
12 face buttons (4 face buttons, L1/L2/R1/R2, Start/Select, 2 mode switches), a clickable jogdial/scrollwheel embedded in the middle of a dpad (the wheel maps to up/down on the dpad), 1 trigger, a cool box, Unidextrous, Ambidextrous

KidStation

Guru Guru Town Hanamaru-kun

Games supported: Link
Obtained: October 29, 2012
Can be found for: Unknown, Import Only 
Made by: Atlus
Peripheral #: 180
6 face buttons, microphone

Hello Kitty

Games supported: Link 
Obtained: October 29, 2012 
Can be found for: Unknown, Import Only
Made by: Atlus 
Peripheral #: 179
6 face buttons, microphone

Mickey Mouse

Games supported: Link 
Obtained: August 19, 2013
Can be found for: Unknown, Import Only
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 213
6 face buttons, microphone

Sailor Moon

Games supported: List
Obtained: September 15, 2010
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Bandai
Peripheral #: 114
4 giant buttons, Unidextrous, Ambidextrous

Winnie the Pooh

Games supported: Link 
Obtained: August 19, 2013 
Can be found for: Unknown, Import Only
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 214
6 face buttons, microphone

Maestro Baton

Games supported: The Maestromusic series (PS1)
Obtained: May 17, 2012
Can be found for: ~$18
Made by: Global A Entertainment
Peripheral #: 163
2 buttons, motion sensing

MAG II

Games supported: All PS3+PC games
Obtained: November 20, 2012
Can be found for: ~$150
Made by:  G-Mate 
Peripheral #: 184
Motion sensing, wireless (via USB dongle) works as a PS3 controller or mouse/keyboard depending on what system it's connected to, dial to switch which mode it's in, upgradable firmware via USB, takes 4xAAs (not included) 4 face buttons, 5 triggers (maps to the shoulder buttons, and 1 to recalibrate the motion sensor), dpad, Start\Select\Home, 1 clickable analog thumbstick

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Meka Pokeler

Games supported: Included PS1 game for PocketStation
Obtained: April 21, 2014
Can be found for: ~$? Import Only
Made by:  Atlus
Peripheral #: 235
Specific version: Pink
Other versions: Misc. colors
A flimsy plastic stand with customizable parts (like Mr. Potato Head) 
An infrared remote with the same button layout as PocketStation that only works with games programmed to use it
Uses PocketStation's built-in infrared port

Mini D.D.R. Fingerpad

Games supported: Link
Obtained: November 15, 2010
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Unknown
Peripheral #: 124
14 face buttons (4 backlit for the dpad, X/O/Square/Triangle/Start/Select/L1/L2/R1/R2)

My Review

Move

Games supported: List
Obtained: September 17, 2010
Can be found for: ~$50
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 115
Quantity: 2
3 axis 1:1 absolute positioning via PSeye tracking the glowing orb which can change color to either stand out from the background or for the game to indicate something (ie: flash red for low health) 3 axis gyroscope, 3 axis accelerometer, terrestrial magnetic field sensor, 8 buttons (1 analog, 4 face, Start/Select/Home), 1 analog trigger, USB charging, built-in battery, bluetooth, EXT port, rumble, 10 bit analog-digital conversion (vs Wii's 8 bit), clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open, Unidextrous, Ambidextrous

My Review

NavCon

Games supported: List
Obtained: September 17, 2010
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 116
1 clickable analog stick, 1 dpad, 3 buttons (2 face, Home), 2 triggers (1 analog, 1 digital), USB charging, built-in battery, bluetooth, can sync with PSP Go, clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open, Unidextrous, Ambidextrous

My Review

neGcon

Games supported: List (PS1)
Can be found for: ~$15
Made by: Namco
Specific version: White
Other versions: Black
4 analog buttons, 2 triggers (1 analog), analog jog wheel, 1 dpad, 1 system button, a cool box

Onimusha 3: Soul Katana

Games supported: Onimusha 3, All PS1/2 games
Can be found for: ~$35
Made by: HORI
Favorite
tilt sensor, 2 clickable thumbsticks,, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, 1 dpad, wireless, a cool box and base, rumble, batteries included (requires a screwdriver to install)
 

PiStol3


Games supported: List, particularly arcade shooters
Obtained: October 12, 2010
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 121
None, it's a holster for Move. A cool box. 

Unidextrous, ambidextrous

My Review

Power Shovel Controller

Games supported: Power Shovel ni Norou!! (PS1)
Obtained: August 4, 2009
Can be found for: ~$130 Import only
Made by: Taito
Specific version: Yellow
Other versions: Black  
Peripheral #: 074
2 analog joysticks, 13 face buttons (5 per joystick, 3 on the base 1 of which being the analog mode toggle), 4 triggers (2 per joystick)
a switch to select if No sticks, the left stick, or the right stick is digital

My Review

Prototype SNESCD controller (codename MW.3)

Games supported: None
Obtained: July 30, 2010
Can be found for: ~$350 Not available to the public
Made by: Sony
Specific version: Unlabeled buttons and no logos
Peripheral #: 109
HID: DTL-H500
1 dpad, 6 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 2 shoulder buttons, serial interface

A historical artifact: Never released prototype More Information

Proto-Shock

Games supported: All PS1/most PS2 games and List
Obtained: ~February 29, 2008
Can be found for: ~$50 Import only
Made by: Sony
1 dpad, 2 clickable thumbsticks, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, rumble, Flightstick (SCPH-1110) compatability

My Review

Proto-Shock-less

Games supported: All PS1/most PS2 games and List
Can be found for: ~$50
Made by: Sony
1 dpad, 2 clickable thumbsticks, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, Flightstick (SCPH-1110) compatability

My Review

PS-890

Games supported: All PS1/PS2 games
Obtained: January 17, 2009
Can be found for: ~$20 Import only
Made by: Generic  
Peripheral #: 064
Quantity: 2
1 dpad, 2 clickable thumbsticks, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, rumble, red ring of death analog switch, clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open

PSeye

Games supported: Misc games (PS3)
Obtained: ?
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Sony 
Peripheral #: ?
640×480, USB (2.0) web cam with a 4-mic array

PSone LCD

Games supported: All games (All systems)
Obtained: November 24, 2009
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: Sony 
Peripheral #: 086
640i LCD, composite in via minijack, TV in and out via PS multi-AV, speakers, headphone port, brightness and volume controls

PSW-303

Games supported: All games (PSP 1K/2K/3K models)
Obtained: August 13, 2013
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: DOSO
Peripheral #: 212
An after-market wireless PS2 controller that connects to a small adapter that plugs into the PSP's USB port. Requires custom firmware. Unlike PSP go and the Wildfire gaming dock, this one actually uses the right analog stick
The controller uses 2xAAAs (not included) the adapter uses a Y-cord to take power from the PSP's AC adapter

Racing Wheel

Games supported:  Little Big Planet Karting, Gran Turismo 5, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Burnout Paradise, MotorStorm Apocalypse (PS3)
Obtained: October 23, 2012
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 176
4 triggers, dpad, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 2 gear flippers, 1 motorcycle grip (right side), the handle positions are adjustable, rumble in each handle, requires Move

RealTriggers

Games supported: All PS3 games
Obtained: October 15, 2009
Can be found for: ~$5
Made by: GioTeck 
Peripheral #: 079
Quantity: 3 pairs
Nothing. It's more of an ergonomic improvement

Reload Pedal

Games supported: Most Guncon2 games (PS1/PS2)
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: RedOctane
1 aluminum foot pedal

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Resident Evil 4 Chainsaw

Games supported: Resident Evil 4, All PS1/2 games
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: NubyTech
Specific version: PS2 Orange
Other versions: Gamecube Yellow
rip cord, tilt sensor, 2 clickable thumbsticks, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, 1 dpad, a cool box/base with hidden compartments, Removable cable, rumble, Sound chip, individually numbered
 

Resident Evil Pad

Games supported: Most PS1 games, Resident Evil 1/2/3
Obtained: ~ February 29, 2008
Can be found for: ~$65 Import only
Made by: ASCII
1 dpad, 8 face buttons, 2 system buttons, Turbo switch for 1 shoulder-button

My Review

RetroCON

Games supported: All PS1/PS2 games
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: MadCatz
1 dpad, 2 clickable thumbsticks, 4 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 4 shoulder buttons, rumble, Backlit buttons, clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open

Rez Synthesasia device

Games supported: Rez, Space Channel 5: Part 2, Japanese version of Disaster Report (PS2)
Can be found for: ~$50 Import only
Made by: ASCII
Rumble, a cool box

PC Drivers

RIDE

Games supported: Tony Hawk RIDE (PS3)
Obtained: January 8, 2011
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Activision
Specific version: PS3
Other versions: Wii, 360  
Peripheral #: 130
Dpad, 7 buttons (Select/Home/X/O/Square/Triangle/Start), player indicator lights, batteries included (requires a screwdriver to install), wireless (USB HID dongle), a cool box, 4 infrared sensors that act as buttons, 2 axis motion sensor

RPG Duo Con 2

Games supported: All PS1/PS2 games, particularly RPGs
Obtained: October 5, 2010
Can be found for: ~$30 Import only
Made by: Dragonplus
Specific version: Blue (not shown)
Other versions: Black  
Peripheral #: 120
2 dpads (1 is redundant), 2 clickable analog sticks, 12 face buttons (X,O, Square, Triangle, L1, L2, R1, R2, Start, Select, analog mode button, console reset button) rumble, LEDs, clamshell packaging that must be destroyed to open

Unidextrous, ambidextrous

Seaman 2 Gold Seamic

Games supported: Seaman 2 (PS2)
Obtained: October 29, 2012
Can be found for: Unknown
Made by: ASCII/Agetec/Sammy
Peripheral #: 181
No: 7005037
1 dpad, 1 non-clickable thumbstick, 6 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 2 shoulder buttons, microphone, USB HID

Seaman 2 Seamic

Games supported: Seaman 2 (PS2)
Can be found for: ~$50 Import only with game
Made by: ASCII
1 dpad, 1 non-clickable thumbstick, 6 face buttons, 2 system buttons, 2 shoulder buttons, microphone, a cool box, USB HID

Shadow, The Hedgehog Mini Controller

Games supported: All PS1/2 games
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: NubyTech
1 dpad, 4 shoulders (2 trigger-style), a cool sphere, 4 face buttons, 3 system buttons, 2 clickable thumbsticks

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Sharp Shooter

Games supported: All Move games, Killzone3, SOCOM 4, Time Crisis 4, Dead Space Extraction (PS3)
Obtained: February 18, 2011
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 133
Quantity: 2
Plugs into the PS Move's EXT port, dual triggers (one is the Move button), Lock for the Move button, adjustable shoulder stock, firing mode selector, realistic pump-action (mechanically pushes Move's trigger), reload button (bottom of the grip), triangle/square (on both sides of the gun) Removable scope (hopefully lets you attach a PSP), a cool box, ambidextrous. (Required a Move and a NavCon)

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Smart Clip

Games supported: Misc PS4 and Android games 
Obtained: May 14, 2014
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Nyko
Peripheral #: 238
A small/flimsy clip that attaches a phone to a Dualshock 4 using rubber bands

Sphere 360

Games supported: All PS1 games, NFL Blitz, Forsaken, Duke Nukem: Time to Kill, Descent (PS1), some PS2 games
Obtained: May 4, 2010
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: ASCII
Peripheral #: 097
1 dpad, 6 face buttons, 2 triggers, 2 system buttons, calibration button, mode switch, track sphere with 6 degrees of freedom, a cool box, training game disc

Review

Solid Eye

Games supported: Metal Gear AC!D 2 (PSP)
Can be found for: ~$30 (with game)
Made by: Konami
The game uses this to give the illusion of 3D (like Virtual Boy), by splitting the screen in half

Space Invaders 25th Anniversary Controller

Games supported: Space Invaders 25th Anniversary (PS2)
Obtained: November 9, 2009
Can be found for: ~$60 with game, Import only
Made by: Taito  
Peripheral #: 081
None. It's more of a holster for a controller, a cool box
You put a PS2 Dualshock inside of it, and the nobs/buttons use the Dualshocks left and right on the dpad, start, select, and triangle buttons

Review

Stepper

Games supported: Happy Diet (PS2)
Obtained: July 3, 2012
Can be found for: ~$5 Import only
Made by:  Taito
Specific version: Orange (not shown)
Other versions: Blue  
Peripheral #: 168
A stairmaster controller, with a female controller port to use a controller for menus

Super Robot Wars/Taisen Controller

Games supported: Super Robot Wars, all PS1/PS2 games (particularly RPGs)
Obtained: November 18, 2009
Can be found for: ~$60 Import only
Made by: HORI
Specific version: Limited Collector's Edition (not shown)
Other versions: Black (shown)
Peripheral #: 085
Kanji: スーパーロボット大戦コントローラ
dpad, 2 clickable thumbsticks and a switch to swap them, 8 face buttons (4 face, 2 system, analog mode button, console reset button) rumble, a cool box, 4 triggers (they are hidden inside the gap on the picture)

Unidextrous

Tactical Assault Commander 3

Genres Supported: FPSs (PS3)
Can be found for: $99
Made by: HORI
Obtained: October 25, 2011
Specific version: Black (not shown)
Other versions: Best Buy Camouflage (shown)
Peripheral #: 153
Converts Mouse/Keyboard movements into standard controller data, a cool box
Keyboard: 3 meter wire, USB (HID), concave dpad, 12 border-lit buttons, 1 speed setting button, re-assignable buttons via a switch and an indicator LED per button, removable wrist pad. 2 other switches for controlling the speed of the movement when the speed setting button isnt held, and the other for the mouse sensitivity
Mouse: 1/3 meter wire, 6 buttons (also re-assignable), optical, weighted, a mouse pad

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Tam Tam Paradise

Genres Supported: Tam Tam Paradise (PS2)
Can be found for: $20
Made by: ?
Obtained: March 11, 2013
Peripheral #: 191
2 controllers, each with a big shoulder button, and 2 big face buttons

TiltFX

Games supported: None
Obtained: April 16, 2010
Can be found for: $20
Made by: Datel
Specific version: 2x/3x model
Other versions: 1x model
Peripheral number: 102
Plugs into the headset port, 3 axis motion sensing, reconfigurable profiles

Completely non-functional, blocks sound as well.

Tiny Bee

Games supported: Final Fantasy X-2, All PS1/ most PS2 games
Obtained: ~December 20, 2006
Can be found for: ~$300 Import only
Made by: HORI
Specific version: First run (red box)
Other versions: Second run (silver box) for Final Fantasy X-2: International + Last Mission
Favorite
4 triggers, 1 dpad, a clickable thumbstick, 4 buttons, 2 system buttons and a cool box and base, Removable cables

The (thick) wires connect to the bottom of the gun handles via an old keyboard style connector (pre-PS/2) they then connect to a small box with a switch on it, which controls which stick the analog stick acts as

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Top Shot Elite

Games supported: Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 (PS3)
Obtained: October 29, 2010
Can be found for: ~$90
Made by: Activision
Specific version: PS3
Other versions: 360, Wii
Peripheral number: 122
dpad, 2 depressable analog sticks, trigger, X/O/Triangle/Square/PS/Start/Select, pump-action reloader, Wireless Sensor bar/pointing device with automatic shut-off timer, a cool box, display-independent lightgun (SD and HD), wireless (USB dongle, can be hidden inside the scope), removable stock and scope, batteries included (needs a screwdriver to open), wrist strap, USB HID (buttons/analog sticks only, not the pointing device)

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Trigger Grips

Games Supported: All Vita games (PSP2)
Obtained: April 4, 2012
Can be found for: ?
Made by: Pdp
Peripheral #: 161
A shell for Vita that makes it more comfortable to hold

uDraw Game Tablet II

Games Supported: uDraw Studio Instant Artist (PS3)
Obtained: November 15, 2011
Can be found for: $30
Made by: THQ
Specific version: PS3
Other versions: 360, Wii
Peripheral #: 155
A wireless (via a USB dongle which can be stored inside the battery compartment) multitouch, 2000x1600, active-digitizer (stylus) tablet with built-in tilt sensors, dpad, 4 face buttons, Start/Select/Home, takes 3 AA batteries (not included)

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USB Headset

Games supported: Lifeline (PS2)
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Logitech
A simple USB headset

Volume Controller

Games supported: List (PS1)
Can be found for: ~$25 Import only
Made by: Namco
Specific version: Green/Purple (not shown)
Other versions: White
2 buttons, analog jog wheel, a cool box, Unidextrous, Ambidextrous

V-Pick

Games supported: Stolen Song (PS1 or 2?)
Obtained: March 11, 2013
Can be found for: ~$?
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 194
I don't even know...

Wildfire Gaming Dock

Games supported: PSP (2000/3000 models only)
Obtained: July 30, 2013
Can be found for: ~$100
Made by: Datel
Peripheral #: 207
Specific version: White (not pictured)
Other versions: Multiple colors
Lets you use PS2 (but not PS1) controllers on (a non-hacked) PSP, has AC-adapter and TV-out bypass connectors (so you can charge it and use TV-out at the same time)

Wireless Keypad

Games supported: PS3 and PC
Obtained: January 14, 2009 (Sold Killzone 2)
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Sony  
Peripheral #: 063
54 buttons (2 shoulder, 3 system, 49 alpha-numeric) touch/track pad, wireless (Bluetooth), USB charging built in battery, clamshell casing that must be destroyed to open
 
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WonderWave

Games supported: Digimon Digital Partner, SD Gundam Eiyuden Musya (WS)
Obtained:
November 9, 2009
Can be found for: ~$15 with a game, Import only
Made by: Bandai  
Peripheral #: 082
Adds an infrared port to the WonderSwan to allow wireless communication with PocketStation and other WonderSwans, a cool box

Wonder Book

Games supported: Harry Potter: Book of Spells (PS3)
Obtained: December 19, 2012

Can be found for: ~$59 with a game, PSeye and Move
Made by: Sony
Peripheral #: 185
A large hard-cover book of 14 augmented reality tracking tags

Xccelerator

Games supported: PS1/PS2 driving games
Obtained: May 12, 2014

Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: InterAct
Peripheral #: 237
A steering wheel, 3 system buttons, dpad, 4 face button, the right handle is a throttle, 2 brake handlebars/flippers (the left one clicks)
It's powered which implies it has forcefeed back of some sort (rumble or the ability to turn itself) and what appears to be a light on top

XFPS Fire

Games supported: All PS3 games, particularly FPSs
Obtained: July 6, 2010
Can be found for: ~$90
Made by: XCM
Specific version: PS3
Other versions: PC, 360
Peripheral #: 105
2 clickable analog thumbsticks, dpad, 3 triggers (one of which is used to ignore IR sensor data), 10 buttons (start/select/home, R1/L2/Face buttons/System), SIXAXIS, USB, works as a standard HID controller instead of a lightgun (ie: maps the aiming/motion sensing to the right analog stick) Turbo switch, detachable left-hand grip, USB sensor bar, a cool box

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XtendPlay

Games supported: All PS3 games
Obtained: May 3, 2011
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Xwerx
Specific version: PS3
Other versions: 360 (Green)
Peripheral #: 140
Quantity: 3
A silicone skin or plastic clip-on thing for Dualshock3 or XBOX360 controllers to make them more ergonomic
Similar to my ErgoShock idea that I submitted to DreamGear and they rejected

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Zero Tech

Games supported: Various racing games (PS1)
Obtained: En route

Can be found for: ~$8
Made by: HORI
Peripheral #: 233
mini-steering wheel, 2 triggers, dpad, 4 face buttons, 1 system button, range switch

ZXE-D: Legend of Plasmalite

Games supported: ZXE-D: Legend of Plasmalite (PS1)
Obtained:
January 6, 2010
Can be found for: ~$15 with a game, Import only
Made by: Bandai
Peripheral #: 081
UPC: 4902425 49379 4
Favorite
2 memory card like devices that plug into an original model PS1 only that tell the game how you've assembled your custom mech based on what parts you used

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Misc/Common/Adapters

PS1 Original Controller, Dual Shock 1
PS1 can use any PS2 controller (that doesn't use USB)
PS2 Dual Shock 2
PS2 can use any PS1 controller
PS3 SIXAXIS, Bluray remote
Adapter for: Playstation 1 & 2 (memory card)
PS3 can use any of the PC USB HID compliant adapters
PSP Grip (adds dualshock's wings+rechargeable battery), PlayGear protective case for original PSPs, transparent cases for Slim PSPs, component cable, composite+Svideo cable, PSP Go A/V Cradle/Dock
Adapter for: Micro SD cards

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