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Avenger Controller Take a Look at this Sweet Apparatus

By: goukijones May 9, 2011 | 320 Views | 9 Comments

Check out this bananas apparatus that takes twitch gaming to a whole-notha-level.

From AvengerController.com:

The Avenger is an external adapter for the XBOX 360 controller, designed to enhance your skills and make your opponents blow chunks! This lean mean accessory provides gamers with a more immersive gaming experience, while improving situational awareness, accuracy, agility, and reaction-time. The Avenger allows for rapid, fluid movements between individual buttons and analogue sticks, allowing gamers to access up to nine functions simultaneously. Equipped with a stabilizer stand, customizable levers, high-precision tension straps, hair-trigger capabilities, and sensitivity adjusters, this space-age monster can be fine-tuned like an instrument. The Avenger is engineered for those who want to push their gaming abilities to new heights and leave their opponents begging for mercy!

Personally I'm really excited about testing out this product. Watch these videos below and let me know what you think in the comments. 

Avenger Controller Promo & Testimonials

The Avenger Reviewed on G4's X-Play

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Playstation Move Bowling Ball by CTA Digital

By: goukijones Apr 13, 2011 | 566 Views | 8 Comments

CTA Digital has released a video demonstrating their new Bowling Ball peripheral.

The bowling ball doesn't have any real weight to it and you don't actually release the ball. Still a great concept, if you're a bowling fanatic and want the feeling of a REAL BALL in your hand. I'm done typing after, REAL BALL.

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Killzone 3 Gun peripherals galore, which will you choose?

By: goukijones Jan 16, 2011 | 14958 Views | 17 Comments

Killzone 3 changes the industry. Here's a look at a few high profile gun peripherals for the Sony Playstation Move. The official Sony Sharpshooter and the CTA Assault rifle. Play an FPS like never before.

There's a few excellent options if you want to use your Playstation 3 Move controller and play an FPS like you have never played before. Killzone 3 has gun peripherals galore. We got to try one out recently at CES and FnJimmy really liked it. From what I observed, I like what I saw and would definitely give it a try. Sony has a quality product here with the Move FPS.

The peripheral we got hands-on with at CES was the official Sony PlayStation Move SharpShooter.

Sony PlayStation Move SharpShooter

This gun requires both Move controllers for it work. You can see in the picture that the PlayStation Move Navigation Controller is in the front. There are different options with the guns below. The PlayStation Move Controller fits in the front and is right down the line of site. This is also different in the guns below. This is the Sony branded gun, so maybe Sony knows something about the line of site that they are not sharing. I always recommend the official product. PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter on Amazon for $39

The CTADigital models give you two more options on how you want to play the game.

PS3 Move Assault Rifle Controller CTA

First we have the Assault Rifle Controller for PlayStation Move. This is unique because the Move Navigation is already built in, so you don't need that part of the Move to play. But this controller also retails for $20 more. So you save $10. The thumbstick is also in the back of this gun. Can you walk and shoot at the same time? Here's a quick demo video from CTA.

The second model from CTADigital is a submachine gun.

PlayStation Move Submachine Gun CTA

This gun as you can see, requires both Move controllers for it work. The PlayStation Move Submachine Gun retails for around $20, but now you need a PlayStation Move Navigation Controller too, if you don't have one, that's an extra $30. 

Personal play style is going be a huge factor. Each of these guns are different sizes and different weights. There are a few Jimmy Ass models online, like the PS3 Move Battle Rifle, which transforms into a pistol. But the individual has options; where do you want the thumbstick, how do you feel about the line of site for the Move, the price, the size, the style. Make your choice carefully. 

I'm excited to see what happens in the future with peripherals. These are all pretty cool and seem very tangible. However, I still don't know how an FPS is going to work without buttons. Sony Move definitely has the advatange over Microsoft Kinect in the FPS market. Thanks for reading.

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Killzone 3 in 3D and Move enabled on the CES 2011 show floor

By: BatRastered Jan 10, 2011 | 1785 Views | 7 Comments

How much would you pay for this experience? Sony's asking an awful lot.

ON the show floor at the 2011 CES, Gouki's own FnJimmy plays Killzone 3 with the new Sharp Shooter Move gun in 3D. I put on the second pair of 3D glasses ($150 each MSRP) to see what this game could do. I've got a big head, and was wearing my glasses that day, so the active shutter glasses were not very comfortable to wear. I'd hate to have them on my head for more than 10 minutes. The 3D effect was decent, though it broke if you tilted your head. Overall, it didn't add too much to the game. I got the feeling that having it in 3D would help you aim with this accessory as you could line up your  target through the reticule better. I didn't get to play the game, so I'll let Jimmy explain his feelings in the video:

Killzone 3D and Gun peripheral Hands-on at CES 2011 with FNJimmy

FNJimmy goes hands-on for the first time ever with the Sony Playstation 3 Sharpshooter peripheral. Can FNJimmy dodge bullets while taking an onslaught of questions from Cinderkin and goukijones? Watch this exclusive footage of Killzone 3D from the Sony booth at CES 2011.

What I will say is that this setup is ridiculous unless you've got some money to burn. I'll assume you already own a PS3 ($299) and one of Sony's 3D "ready" HDTV sets (starting around $1,100). To make that TV actually display 3D images, you need an outboard 3D transmitter ($50 you can see this in the video hanging below the TV) and at least one pair of Sony's active shutter glasses (the non-rechargeable battery models are $150). So that's $200, plus $150 for anyone who wants to watch. But you already have all that shit, because you love Avatar, right? You still need the game ($60), one move controller ($50), one move navigation controller ($30) and the sharpshooter gun ($40). $180 total for the game and controller. You have to be a big fan of this game to pay this much.

 
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