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Submitted by DA_SHREDDER 718d ago | news

Syrian Rebels Now Have a Tank Powered by a Playstation Controller

Looks like the Playstaion 3's Dual Shock remote can do more than just play video games. (Dev, PS3)

NewMonday  +   718d ago
subscribe and play a REAL MMO war game :p

this brings me back to the "it can only do everything" marketing campgain
INehalemEXI  +   718d ago
o.0 holy hole in a donut !
GreenRanger  +   718d ago
IT
ONLY
DOES
REBELLION
TemplarDante  +   718d ago
I read about this..
They also have motars and rocket launchers too controlled by DS3.
PS3
IT
ONLY
DOES
EVERYTHING !
Riderz1337  +   718d ago
It
Only
Does
Everything
ninjagoat  +   718d ago
Heres the tank guys :/

http://www.liveleak.com/vie...

Its not a ps3 controller im afraid :( Also apoligises for the title can't be helped with the website.

Its simalar to the old ps1 controller but its some random PC mess tbh.
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Detoxx  +   718d ago
Yeah LiveLeak.. Full of Muslim haters
Phoenix76  +   718d ago
this is amazing lol and with an extra £40 they can get PLUS cannon shells lmao

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