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    Cool So, you thought the Revolution controller was innovative...

    Imagine a game of Counter Strike in this baby...



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    I wonder what effect is done when your killed in said game?

    Something along the lines of a sligh electrocution or maybe spins you round so fast your ears bleed

    Very, Very impressive though looks real good fun!

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    Wow, I want one... I would imagine its like riding a bike though, takes a fair bit of getting used to until you stop falling over inside. A game like Unreal Tournament with jumping etc would just mean you are on the floor 24/7 from the tripping of strafing, jumping, etc etc.

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    Whoa cool, looks nice, im currently studying Virtual Reality. I hope to see VR used in consoles and Revolution is one of the first to use it via its control system with haptic feedback..

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    So very cool

    Serious money, but cool nonetheless!

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    Cool - excercise whilst gaming!

    Great idea!
    Check my project <<| Black3D |>>
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    Excellent idea, not sure how that will fit in my room tho?

    Looks like the guy was dressing like a CS character too!!

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