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 Oct 26, 2006 - 01:10 PM - by Michael
* Sony: "no regrets" for losing rumble

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Eurogamer has Sony defending the loss of rumble in their PS3 controller:

"Not at all," he told Eurogamer's Rob Fahey recently, although to be fair he was talking about whether Sony has had any second thoughts about ditching rumble. "I think that the next generation interfaces that can be created built on SIXAXIS motion sensitivity give tremendous gameplay benefits that far outweigh a reactive vibration function.

 

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