PS3 arcade controller

PS3 gamers appeased by the release of the console-compatible controller.

Arcade-In-A-Box (, announces the release of PlayStation 3 compatible arcade controllers. The new PlayStation 3 arcade controller also features 100% backwards compatibility with PS2 and PSX games played on the PlayStation 3. This PS3 arcade controller, just like the Xbox 360 controller released last year, features authentic arcade controls that are identical to those used on your favorite arcade machines including Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and Galaga.

"PlayStation gamers have been begging us to release a PlayStation 3 compatible stick since we released the Xbox 360 controller last year, " Says Ed Farias, Owner of Arcade-In-A-Box. "With the recent launch of Street Fighter Alpha for PlayStation Network, as well as Soul Calibur IV, and Street Fighter IV and Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe due out shortly, our PlayStation 3 arcade controller is perfect holiday gift for any hardcore gamer!"

PlayStation 3 Arcade Controller Specifications:

- Authentic Arcade Buttons and Joysticks

- Custom button layout - Mortal Kombat, Curved, or Straight

- Polycarbonate coated vinyl overlay

- Choice of Black, Red, or White color scheme

- Wired USB controller means it's also compatible with Windows XP and Vista

Optional Arcade Controller Customizations:

- Optional joystick upgrade to the Sanwa JLF

- Optional Custom Overlay

- Custom choice of button types, either Concave, Convex, Sanwa, or Semitsu

- Custom colors for T-molding, buttons and joystick

Prices starting at $139

Arcade-In-A-Box also sells PSX and PS2 native arcade control panels with similar features and options, starting at $119.

Images of the PlayStation 3 Arcade Controller and other models are available on the Arcade-In-A-Box web site: Print quality images are available upon request.

Ed Farias is available immediately for interviews. For further media information, please contact: James Hills, or call: 630-233-8336.


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