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Xcm Rumble Joystick Gives PS3 Arcade Gaming a Serious Shake-Up

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Looking for a serious arcade controller for your PlayStation 3? Then look no further than this new joystick from XCM.

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The XCM Rumble Stick not only gives your PS3 games that authentic arcade feel, but offers built-in vibration feedback under the hood – a rarity for arcade sticks. The beefy metallic controller weighs in at nearly 5 pounds and looks just plain awesome. I just love how this stick has bright LED illumination behind all the buttons and inside the joystick ball too. Yummy.

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Also along for the ride are programmable memory buttons which can store up to 20 button and stick movements in a single button. Ryu and Ken will finally be able to pull off all those crazy combo moves with just a single button push. There’s also rapid fire and turbo control modes to give you that extra edge.

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And Xbox 360 fans don’t have to feel left out. Just pick up an XCM Cross Fire Converter for $50 and you can use the same stick with your 360 too.

You can order the XCM Rumble Stick from Console Shop for $119.95 (USD).



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