This is just too cool - a gun as controller for your console
Chances are you know someone who takes their CoD a little too seriously -- well, this peripheral is for them. The Delta Six controller is the latest brainchild of Avenger inventor David Kotkin, made to please hardcore FPS gamers with immersive and responsive input. A built-in accelerometer is used for aiming, while the faux recoil and acting out a reload will put you closer to real combat than an appearance onStars Earn Stripes. The hardware also features a scattering of pressure sensors -- allowing you, for example, to bring up the sights by meeting cheek with gun body, or if you're feeling lazy, squeezing the side of it instead. Depending on your class bias, you can add and retract plastic from the main frame for an SMG, assault or sniper rifle form factor (see below for the gist). There's no word on availability, or if it will actually improve your game, but the price is slated as $89 at launch. After the break is a short product demo in video form, although we suggest you skip straight to 1:30 to avoid the awkward live-action CTF scene.
That looks so fucking cool!
And apparently you are actually able to perform well with it and it's pretty cheap.
Hmm..press a button with thumb to reload > physically fucking reload clip
Honestly fuck it all to hell, would rather hit "R" key to reload anyway.
Though, it'd be cool to actually "feel" the game. Reload physically, etc. I think that'd be hella fun, but at the same time if you're playing competitively or something it'd be better to go by controller.
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