PS2 Keyboard/Controller Mutant Hybrid of the Month:
Logitech PS2 Netplay Controller
Turn on the PS2, load up Serious Sam, get into the game and start playing. Oh my! My online buddy is talking to me! I’d better respond! *fumble* *type* ahh crap dropped my damned controller *shift* ah crap dropped my keyboard aaaaah DAMMIT PAUL STOP KILLING ME WHILE I’M TRYING TO ****ING TYPE!!
This situation = no more. Enter the Logitech PS2 Netplay Controller! Dun dun dun! This controller is a combination of a PS2 controller and a USB keyboard. With this handy little device, you’ll be easily able to switch from playing to typing and back again, no matter what online PS2 game you are playing. You’ll never have to worry about fumbling with multiple devices ever again!
Now, it’s only natural to assume that since it’s obviously shaped differently than a normal PS2 controller, it may be hard to use. This is not the case, though. The controller may take a little getting used to, but it doesn’t take long for using it to become almost second nature.
If your game supports voice chat, I would recommend going with that over any keyboard, but if not, the Logitech PS2 Netplay Controller is your best bet.