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Our friends at LaG Australian Gaming Community made an awesome Battlefield 4 Funtage Video while using their Grip-iT Thumbstick Covers!
Shout-out to Aden and his team, thanks for the feature guys!
Thanks to the team at Good Game Australia & New Zealand who featured the Grip-iTs on their frontpage in a recent product review. Below is a re-post of their original article.
"The units are simple to install and make a world of difference."
We own a handful of PS4 DualShock 4 (DS4) controllers, and two of them are showing signs of the left thumbstick rubber wearing off after only a few months of usage. After some Googling, it seems that the problem affects many PlayStation 4 users around the world.
"The sticks on the PS4 controller I've had for 2 weeks have already worn down to the plastic" Cayos Reddit.com
"The left stick started to show wear a few weeks ago and now the rubber started to peel off." Blazergamer PSU.com
"Honestly I tore the rubber off the analogs like a month ago and have been way happier." MarkKozelek GameFAQs.com
Thanks to Kurt and his team at MKAU Gaming who have released a feature about Grip-iT Australia! Here is a re-post of the original article:
GRIPITAUSTRALIA.COM.AU Launches It’s Online Store Down Under
Monday, 06 July 2015 Added by Kurt Frohloff
Gripitaustralia.com.au, online retailer of Grip-iT thumbgrip covers for the PlayStation and Xbox controllers, has successfully launched its online store in Australia.
This is a re-post of an written by Kirk Hamilton from Kotaku. Full credit goes to him.
I really like Sony’s DualShock 4 (DS4) controller. I use it a lot, both for playing games on PS4 and also, lately, for PC games. But there is one aspect I’m not wild about: those slippery thumbsticks.
I like how the thumbsticks respond — they’re nice and springy, and they are a good height. But I don’t love the material they’re made out of. I haven’t experienced the “disintegrating thumbstick” problem that some people have reported, but my thumbs do tend to slip off the thumbsticks, particularly if I’ve been playing for a while.
Ever since owning a PS4, we’ve been on a huge hunt for games that supported local co-op (cooperative)/couch multiplayer. Owning 4 controllers at home and not using 3 of them most of the time was a huge waste.
After going through list after list, huge credit is due to Reddit user Knext who compiled a wonderful list which is updated and shared below.
Sharing your digital games, apps, and other downloads with your family and friends is possible with the Primary and Non-Primary Account feature of the PS4.
In this example we are using Ethan and Katie who both have their own PSN account IDs.
Ethan also has a bunch of digital games which he bought on the PSN Store using his PSN account. Objective: He wants to share these digital games with Katie, so this is what he does: