Video game controllers have evolved from simple plastic molds disguising circuit boards to sophisticated ergonomic input devices that can not only sense varying degrees of button pressure, but also motion and tilt. Now they're completely wireless, they vibrate, rumble, light up, and make sounds.
As any athlete values his or her equipment, so do gamers their controllers. In fact, the industry has seen an explosive response to the expanding market of controller customization. Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo all offer nontraditional versions of their respective console's controllers, ranging in design from simple alternative color options to over-the-top franchise-inspired works … Read more