Sony Xperia phones now pair natively with Dual Shock 3, see it here

By Dave Cook, Tuesday, 9 April 2013 10:43 GMT

Sony Xperia phones can now pair with Dual Shock 3 controllers using a new piece of software, letting users control many games on Google Play and PSN. Sony has released a video showing how it works.

The video comes courtesy of the Xperia Blog and was brought to our attention by Joystiq.

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