Splitfish Introduces Eco-Friendly Controller At Gamescom

By Alix Minjarez

August 13, 2010

Today at Gamescom, peripheral company Splitfish Gameware announced that they are going to expand their horizons and make more energy-efficient controllers by introducing the FRAGFX Shark for the PC, Mac and PlayStation 3. This FPS controller is said to only need one AA battery in the split fragchuck and mouse, and can last as long as 50+ hours when used for gaming, with a 500+ hour standby ability.  At Gamescom Call of Duty champion Dennis Dozier (zDD) is there to challenge those feel the need to see how worthy these controllers are.

Because the scary waters theme wouldn’t be complete with just the The Shark, it will also be accompanied by the FRAGFX Barracuda and FRAGFX Piranha, all promising high quality and energy-efficient ass-kickings at a low cost.

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Alix Minjarez

Being a gamer since the age of 6 (thanks to my parents), a desire to pursue a career in the gaming industry has been my passion ever since I laid my hands on Sonic the Hedgehog. Some of my favorite games include Shadow of the Colossus, Okami, Duke Nukem 3D, Final Fantasy 6, Killer7 and both the Devil May Cry and Resident Evil series.

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