Many PC gamers find it rather difficult to adapt to aiming with a controller on consoles, and the Japanese manufacturer GameTech decided to help them out with a device named Tsunaident4 MAX.
The little device attaches to your PS4 (or PS3, as it’s compatible with Sony’s older console as well) and comes with several ports to attach any USB mouse, Keyboard, your DualShock 4 and a special vibrating wristband included in the package, in order not to lose the vibration features of your games. You can even connect your headset directly to it.
It also comes with the ability to set your DualShock 4 controls to any buttons and keys of your mouse and keyboard, and with a turbo fire feature.
All those features don’t come too cheap, as the device costs 10,584 yen (about 85 bucks). According to Amazon Japan, it will be released in the country on August 6th. There’s no word on a western release at the moment.
Below you can see quite a few screenshots of the product, including a look at the vibrating wristband. At the moment it’s hard to say how well it’ll work, as it hasn’t been released yet, but when I’ll be in Japan this September I’ll try to get my hands on one and I’ll let you know.
[Thanks for the tip: Masaru Aoyama]