Sony Sends McDualSense Controller Back to the Kitchen

After teasing Australian gamers with the chance to win one of 50 highly customized DualSense controllers, it appears that McDonald's forgot to ask one major company for permission to do so: Sony.

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Crazyglues56d ago

LMAO... Who designed that controller, they clearly have never played a video game in their life... LoL

Sonic-and-Crash55d ago (Edited 55d ago )

lol....what the hell they were thinking ? i think they did it with clear arrogancy that ok "we make it unofficially and then Sony will be force convienced to accept it and make it official....

let alone that these are tragic colors

darthv7256d ago

Sony doesnt have to provide their blessing. This wasnt something they sponsored, this is a localized McD thing. They bought the controllers and had them customized.

Only way sony would be involved is if they were doing the promo for McD. But they arent. There are lots of outfits that take retail controllers and customize them for customers.

What McD did wrong was using sony name as clout to promote the giveaway. They cant do that. If they just said, win a custom dualsense 5.... they would have been fine.

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blacktiger54d ago (Edited 54d ago )

You can resell it yes but you can not use Sony name to promote your services. But you can sell Sony products "AS IT JS" and no customizable.

Knightofelemia55d ago (Edited 55d ago )

Looks like Fisher-Price designed it but I wonder if it would be worth cash because of the limited run, being offered in a certain area, and being a prize. The right collector might pay a handsome price for that controller if its unopened and unused I wonder what it would fetch later on in the future. I wouldn't mind collecting this controller might be odd ball looking but it would be worth it I have the Burger King XB360 games.

georeo55d ago

Lol i remember back then I wanted the bk games so bad!

LordMaim55d ago

Sneak King still comes out on the occasional party night.

ElvisHuxley55d ago

If this were meant as consumerist satire, I'd be all for it. I don't generally rail against "consumerism", but this is just too perfect, lol.

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