The layout of PlayStation2's Dual Shock 2 controller is nearly identical to that of the original PlayStation's Dual
Shock controller, which is good news for most gamers. The main new feature is that, when the buttons are pushed, the
controller can register how much pressure is being exerted. This adds a completely new dimension to sports, racing,
fighting, and more games. Aside from the Start and Select buttons, all of the functions are analog for greater control,
a wider variety of operations, and a more compelling interactive experience. Two convex analog thumb pads and two
force-feedback solenoid rumblers round out the features. This controller is also compatible with all software that
supports the original Dual Shock controller.