Do any games actually support force feedback/rumble/vibration?

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    I have noticed several times that inside of a certain options screen on the PS-TV there's a setting to turn force feedback on or off on a dual shock 3 or 4 controller. I have had this setting turned on for a very long time and I've never once noticed a game actually using the vibration. Does anybody know of a vita game that supports vibration? Or another thought I had is it might just be intended for remote play only. Just curious about this and was hoping someone knew.
     
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    PS1 games do.
     
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    I've just came to the realization to this today!! It'd be nice if vita games took advantage of this pstv feat!!
     
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    Agreed! Especially because Nintendo had already been doing it for years with GBA games played on the Gameboy Player via the Gamecube controller. I'm too used to vibration in Super Mario Brothers 3 now. Can't ever go back :D .
     
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    Wow never knew that. I wonder how Nintendo implemented vibration support to gba games.
     

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