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PS3 rumble confirmed at Tokyo Game Show

PS3 rumble confirmed at Tokyo Game Show

Multiple sources have confirmed that rumble-enabled PS3 controllers are now playable at this week's Tokyo Game Show.

PlayStation president Kaz Hirai is expected to officially unveil the new controllers tonight during his TGS keynote. A playable demo of Metal Gear Solid 4 with rumble support is also said to be on display.

The new controllers reportedly look the same as existing Sixaxis controllers, but are heavier due to the built-in shake motor and feature a sticker with the word "RUMBLE" on it.

Burnout Paradise, including other titles at EA's pre press event, were some of the first games supporting the still unannounced PS3 rumble.


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