PS3 Hacks & Controller Mods

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PS3 Hacks & Controller Mods
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PlayStation 3 hacks and controller mods are ways to customise both the console and the controllers. Most often, players will mod their controllers to work faster, or use PS3 hacks to get around limitations in the console. While not necessarily illegal, most mods and hacks allow players to cheat when playing against others on the PlayStation Network. They also void any warranty on the PlayStation 3 console.

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Rapid-fire Controller

Turning a PS3 controller into a rapid-fire shooting machine is one of the most popular mods available. Some stores sell a controller with this mod, or you can turn a regular DualShock or Sixaxis PS3 controller into a rapid-fire controller yourself. This mod is controversial because it allows online players to shoot faster against players without a custom controller.

Aimbot

An aimbot is a very controversial PS3 hack for shooter games such as the Call of Duty series. Aimbots allow players to automatically aim at an enemy. The players lock on to the targets automatically, giving them a significant advantage over other players. If caught using an aimbot, players can be kicked off of the PlayStation Network permanently.

PS3 Console Mods

To make the PS3 look more interesting, many people will modify the outside of the console. This includes clear cases that allow you to see all the inner workings of the PS3. Some people will go to extremes and completely turn their PS3 consoles into works of art. Once you purchase a PS3 it is yours to mod as much as you want, but once you take a screwdriver to the console, your warranty is void.

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