Kotaku - After five years with the team, Sony Computer Entertainment America PR man Jeff Rubenstein recently left the company. In leaving, though—or at least for being there for five years before he left—we get a chance to see something neat.
take my money now. its only a few quids but TAKE IT!
it would have been more impressive if they made it a working controller.
That's what I THOUGHT it was until I clicked the article. :/
It would be too heavy and annoying. what if it breaks lol
BUBBLES + FOR YOU Neonridr!
I would LOVE to have this in my collection. Damn.
Read my name! To bad it's not sold.
it really irritates me how the "S" isnt capitalised in your name haha.
Gratz on having one of the most played out internet jokes, ever, as your name, i guess.
You haven't read the article have you.
Thanks for the heads up. too bad, it would be a cool controller.
Wow, I want that :O
To the gamers everywhere that knew "Jeff PS", he's a real cool guy.. he chats with anyone. Well deserved for him and I wish him much success with all of his endeavors. Hope the guy doesn't stray too far away from the gaming industry. Peace
It's all fun until you rage and throw your controller on the floor.
That's why you don't throw your controllers. In 20 years of gaming, I've tossed a controller in anger just once. I think people should keep in mind that a working glass controller wouldn't be nearly as impressive, as the innards wouldn't be similarly clear.
New meaning to crystal controller.
Sony are in big trouble so i don't think a glass controller will help sadly, they have been downgraded in the technology war especially with lg and samsung in the tv market there so, so far behind. Influential credit rating agency Fitch has downgraded Sony to “junk” status.
In what world is this better than a gold watch? Not that I'm into jewelry or anything but I would take a gold watch over this any day. This isn't that impressive.
Oh, that's cute.
If I break a plastic one out of rage through games like Dark Souls, how will this one ever survive my house?
Sheesh. Better not let anyone drop that thing.
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