Sony PlayStation 3 can not you just get used to his command for some games, like FPS, which have traditionally been controlled well with a good mouse and keyboard. GIMX, a development for Linux and Windows, allows you to leverage your console from the keyboard and mouse on your PC .
count Vibes, which reveal that GIMX (Game Input Multiplexer) works for the moment only with the PS3 , but the Xbox 360 is the next target of its developers.
What makes this software is basically emulate a SIXAXIS controller to make our keyboard and mouse are responsible for controlling the game. GIMX Bluetooth runs on Linux will need a Bluetooth-compatible, as explained here-and WIN USB also makes for Linux and Windows , but again will need a USB adapter USB, as explained in this tutorial.
The advantage of this software is that control of some games likely to be much more precise with your mouse and keyboard for those who are accustomed to, and as shown in the video, performance is excellent.
You can find more information on the official blog and official website of the project on Google Code, where you can also download GIMX by DEB packages (for Linux, I fear no RPM) and EXE (Windows) you need.