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New One Handed Controller

Heckendorn writes on his blog today that a next-gen version of his original one-handed controller concept is indeed going to be manufactured, but for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It will also arrive in a much different form. This one happens to be even more accessible, as it doesn't require the use of a thigh.

The Access controller, as Ben has dubbed it, features an extra layer of accessibility with a series of swappable modules. Owners of the Access can rearrange buttons, analogue sticks, shoulder buttons, and the d-pad for the configuration of their choice. Neat!

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gamesR4fun3618d ago

doesnt look usable 2 me now if it had some more normal (ish) two handed controller with the modules and all Id be hyped.

Prismo_Fillusion3618d ago (Edited 3618d ago )

I guess this is cool if you only have one hand. I can't see anyone with two working hands wanting to use this thing.

Edit: Is anything wrong with those two statements? Why the criticism?

BloodySinner3618d ago

It's not for people with two hands.

Prismo_Fillusion3618d ago

"It's perfect for the disabled gamer in your life or for the Rumble Roses XX uber-enthusiast."

Next time, read!

WafflesID3618d ago

@3.2
I hope you weren't telling HIM to read next time.

skagrerrrr3618d ago

nifty gadget!

cool addition for gamers who eat/drink while playing to say the least

WafflesID3618d ago

Ben heck deserves all the good fortune possible for stuff like this.

Prismo_Fillusion3618d ago

Yes, he does. I have a younger cousin who is disabled and missing one hand - I'll have to mention this to his family. w00t.

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