The PlayStation controller is the first gamepad released by Sony Computer Entertainment for its PlayStation home video game console.
Developer Sony Computer Entertainment
Input 10× Digital Buttons ( , , , , Start, Select, L1, R1, L2, R2) Digital D-Pad
Connectivity PlayStation controller port
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PlayStation controllers – Wikipedia
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The controller known as DualShock has a distinctive set of symbols on its buttons: △, O, X and ▢. Traditionally, these symbols are referred to as “triangle”, “circle”, “X” (as in “ecks”) and “square”. As it turns out, the X button is actually the “cross” button.
The right analog stick is the R3 button on the PS4 remote and the left analog stick is the L3 button.
You can adjust controller and display settings during gameplay. During gameplay, press the PS button on the wireless controller, then select [Controller Settings] or [Other Settings] on the screen that appears.
In an interview with Teiyu Goto, the designer of the original PlayStation controller, he explained what the symbols mean: the circle and cross stand for “yes” and “no” respectively (which their commonality explains usage as “Confirm” and “Cancel” in games; this layout is reversed in western games); the triangle symbolizes a …
Press the stick down to use it as an R3 button. Press the stick to use it as an L3 button.
Sony’s Teiyu Goto explains: Other game companies used to assign letters or colors to the keys. We wanted something simple to remember, which is why we decided to use symbols or icons, and I came up with the triangle, circle, and X-square combo right after.
In other words, they are the directional pad, launch, select, and icon keys. The fact that they are analog is largely unknown as few to no games actually make use of the analog functionality of these buttons. MGS 4 is the only PS3 game I know of that uses it.
PS3 controller and its function programmed L1 = release 1 = rotate base…
The current control scheme is: a, b, x, y, left analog stick, right analog stick, right shoulder button, left shoulder button, right trigger, left trigger, 4 dpad buttons, and the various launch, select, home, and stream buttons. There are 14 gameplay buttons and 18 total buttons.
You can use the following method to enlarge the display. Press the R3 button (right stick) Use the zoom indicator. / Delete zoom display. Hold down the L2 button / R2 button while zooming.
While some games use a different key, the L3 key is now the most commonly used for this. It makes sense. As I explained above, the left analog stick is typically used to move your character. Therefore, using the L3 button to sprint feels natural. It allows you to control the movement entirely with your left thumb.
PS4’s R3 button is on the right analog stick – you just have to press it down. When you press the right stick, you’ll feel a satisfying click, indicating you just pressed R3. The button is commonly used to perform a melee attack in FPS games, including Call of Duty.