It's not news that you can get a plastic gun to play a video game where you get to shoot other human beings. It is news that you can get gun controllers that exist with the blessing of the U.S. Army.
Yes, a bowling ball for your PS3. Take that Dude.
In multiplayer shooters, I'm the worst, and peripherals offer the seductive idea of an advantage. CTA Digital's Assault Rifle Controller, for PlayStation Move, looks like something that could point-and-shoot me to pwnage, or at least not sucking.
Our favorite Brooklyn-based wacky video game peripheral maker, CTA Digital, will be showing off their latest collection of plastic and rubber add-ons for the Wii, Playstation 3 Move and Xbox 360 Kinect at CES next week.
Alright, maggots, here is how you inspect, assemble and clean your Move-compatible Assault Rifle Controller, from CTA Digital. It's $59.99 and Amazon says it's due early next year.
The people at CTA Digital keep making wacky video game peripherals that keep us laughing. Because the PlayStation Move doesn't look distinct enough on its own, what if it was part of a steering wheel?
Your PS3 controller is shaped like a big plastic mustache. Ours is shaped like a gun. This is a $65 PS3 Assault Rifle Controller (not a light gun!). From CTA Digital: the people behind the Wii bowling ball.
The brothers Markowitz at CTA Digital let Totilo inside their Wonkaland of Wii peripherals last November and promised they were working on some peripherals core gamers wouldn't be embarrassed to use. Does a Wii Fit rowing machine attachment qualify?
Oh God, it's so terrifying.
Last year, a patent was uncovered for a Wii football. It had been designed by Nintendo, and yet, it was stupid. Well, looks like somebody else has beat the Big N to the market.
CTA Digital, makers of Wii bowling balls, tennis rackets and pool cues, aren't content with cornering the market on bizarre Wii peripherals, they're bringing their line of unorthodox controllers to the Playstation 3 too.
I sat in a blue room on Monday, surrounded by what some hardcore gamers might call artifacts of absurdity.