Relive the '90s with These Translucent PlayStation 4 Controllers

Relive the '90s with These Translucent PlayStation 4 Controllers

Totally worth it.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Sep 04, 2017 @ 02:36 PM (Staff Bios)
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Remember the translucent PlayStation controllers - y'know, the controllers that are almost see-through? Many 90s PlayStation owners - including myself - have had one of these babies.

Well, Sony wants PlayStation 4 owners to relive the past by announcing a new set of DualShock 4 controllers. These translucent PlayStation 4 controllers have been inspired by the original PlayStation 1 controllers. They will be available in three colors: Crystal, Blue Crystal, and Red Crystal. Additionally, these controllers will be available in both Europe and the United States.

However, it should be noted that the Crystal option is exclusive to GameStop, the Red Crystal can only be purchased at Best Buy, and the Blue Crystal color will be available at Walmart. A bit of a bummer, but not a big deal if you have all three stores in your area.

These controllers will be priced at $65 and will be available to the public sometime later this month.

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