Video games are constantly evolving. As are the systems and handhelds we play them on. Even the controllers in our hands that allow us to play the games we love (and may not love) are ever-changing. What was once that uncomfortable rectangular brick with a directional pad and two face buttons has become a sleek, ergonomically-designed purring machine with control sticks, multiple face buttons, triggers and shoulder buttons, and all without a cord now. Sometimes we take for granted those lovely buttons labeled A, B, X, Y, or X, O, Triangle, Square. But we must confess: a video game controller’s design is an integral part of our experience playing a video game.