The custom controller masters over at The Controller Shop have built a photo-realistic lab for their website, where customers can create and save their dream creations. As you can see, this is not always the best idea.
For winning the Red Dead Redemption: Game of the Year Edition PSN event Rockstar Games held on November 18, Florida's Alvin Ogando walked away with a pair of custom PlayStation 3 controllers that look like someone tossed them in a clothes dryer with a black Sharpie. Congratulations?
While I've long been a supporter of the custom console movement, sometimes I see a project that really makes me wonder what the point is. Take this portable, Gameboy-sized NES, based off of a Super Joy III Nintendo clone. Sure, it's slightly smaller than the original Gameboy and contains 72 built-in games, but oh my…