I can't wait to hear the review... too bad i didnt get here a little bit sooner sounds like i could have tried it out, looks like a cool little piece of tech.
BGRMods replied with this today:
Thanks, this is scheduled to ship today and should be delivered Tu or We.
sure thing ;]
looking forward to taking apart a brand new controller just to write some paragraphs, modding always welcome in my house
I hope I don't do a lousy job on the review lol
just got the package today. lightning fast shipping btw (FROM CANADA??). UPS handled it quickly.
not only that. before I even begin to take apart my controller I was greeted with a nice letter ensuring me this is top-notch work.
The chip is fairly tiny. that of which being great for an semi-easy install. Since my hands aren't really still sometimes, this would result in a problem, But let's get down to business.
Bare with me everyone, I am at this point actually dissembling my DS3 at this point.
Pics follow, please note I cannot find my Canon camera and used my Sony handycam.
So quality may be a bit low.
More pics ;]
This was amazingly simple to install. It clips (well more like lays) atop the controller controller (lol)
Anyways, activation is simple. Holding Left on the D-Pad for 4 seconds was as simple as it gets.
As I currently have only 1 game, and 3 demos, and a blu-ray drive with a missing magnetic spindle, I'll have to update everyone either tomorrow or the next day when I get everything all situated here. I can feel the anticipation for my review, but as I quote "All good things will come in time"
I will most likely have an HD video for everyone as well.
I want to thank BGR Mods for providing this awesome IntensaFire chip.
Design is the best of the best, Quality is by far damn amazing (Made in USA. Big +!), and installation was Kick-ass.
I've tested this mod on a few demos so far. Let me say it's pretty boss ;]
Dark Sector, Fracture, and Armored Core. I know these aren't the games everyone is expecting but that's what I've done already :P
Anyways, I love the adjustable fire rate. 8 modes, 5 are pre-programmed, and 3 are programmable.
There is one thing lacking on this chip - The ability to specify your own button, or quick-swap, allowing you to hold down a button combo and have it rapid-fire the selected button. But that's just my dream
This is NOT my full review. I'm most likely going to write one that is at least 3 paragraphs or so.
In the mean time, please feel free to ask me questions or give me some demo names to download and test...
Again: Thanks BGR Mods for an excellent chip - Looking forward to hearing from you as noted in the instructions.
Wow.. That's great. I like modifications and I will try this.