The Best PS2 Wireless Controllers

Written by nick miles
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When the PlayStation 2 was first released in 2000, it came packaged with a wired Dualshock 2 controller. Every PS2 sold, including the Slim PS2 released in 2004, was packaged with wired controllers. Sony would not release a wireless controller until the Sixaxis for the PS3 in 2006. Nevertheless, there are wireless solutions for cordless gaming with the PS2.

Katana Wireless Control Pad

This controller was officially licensed for the PlayStation 2 and its design mirrors that of the standard Dualshock 2 controller. All of the features from the Dualshock 2 are included, such as vibration, dual analogue sticks, and the classic PlayStation design. It uses 2.4GHz wireless technology and has a 50-foot range. Three AAA batteries are required to power the controller and they give up to 50 hours of game time. The controller also comes in three different colours: black, silver and blue.

Logitech Cordless Action Controller

Throughout the life cycle of the PlayStation 2, the Logitech PS2 wireless controller was consistently one of the best reviewed. It features an ergonomic design that is small and light. The 2.4GHz technology gives a 30-foot range and lag-free performance. It is powered by two AA batteries that give the controller up to 50 hours of game play. The vibration feedback motors can be disabled to conserve battery life.

MadCatz MicroCon Wireless Controller

MadCatz is another leader in third-party gaming accessories. The MicroCon controller's design varies from the Dualshock, but has added pluses. It uses a 2.4GHz wireless in conjunction with RF technology so you can use the controller from anywhere in the room. The range extends to up to 40 feet. The controller only uses two AAA batteries, so battery life extends to about 20 hours of game play. Rubber grips give the controller a solid feel in gamers' hands. There is also an on/off switch to conserve battery power.

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