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    no, with some of the grips, you end up with l1/2/3 and r1/2/3 triggers

    the 2 and 3 triggers are just basically connections to the back touchscreen, capacitive, if you will
     
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    Nice, didnt knew that. Thx m8
     
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    like, the one I grabbed adds l2 and r2 "triggers"
    they feel analogue, but they're not. it just gives you an easy way to press the spot on the back touch screen consistently


    as much as I like it, I find 99% of the time, I grab my tablet and a DS4 for remote play, rather than my vita tho*


    which sucks



    * for games that are properly mapped so that I don't need l2/r2 (dragon quest builders for instance) the vita is perfect
     
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