Vielleicht kennt ihr bereits die FragFX Gaming-Hardware vom Schweizer Produzenten Splitfish. Bisher waren die Spieler auf der Xbox Konsole von der Hardware ausgeschlossen... Inzwischen gibt es die Hardware auch für die Microsoft-Konsole.
Hier kurz die offizielle Medienmitteilung von Splitfish. Leider nur in englischer Sprache.
Das Wichtigste habt ihr sowieso bereits mitgekriegt: Die Gaming-Hardware von Splitfish ist nun auch für die Xbox 360 erhältlich.
Zurich Switzerland - May 24, 2011 - Splitfish AG, the inventors of the world's leading high-end precision gaming mouse console controllers, today announced the long awaited FRAGFX™ SHARK 360, the world's first super precision mouse hybrid gaming controllers for XBOX 360™, built to make it possible to play FPS games such as the upcoming GEARS OF WAR® 3 and CALL OF DUTY®: MODERN WARFARE® 3 in the most intuitive and precise way possible on a game console,a PC, or a Mac. The FRAGFX SHARK 360 will be available at the end of August 2011.Splitfish worked closely with some of the worlds most prolific designers and hard core game teams to perfect a robust and easy to adapt controller that brings the ultimate combination of mouse aiming and analog stick movement to the XBOX 360. The FRAGFX SHARK 360 has been the most requested and highly anticipated development from the Splitfish design team yet. "The FRAGFX design for XBOX 360 has been the most requested gaming periphery device from FPS gamers by far. We literally have thousands of emails where gamers have inquired about when a FRAGFX SHARK for 360 would be here. Finally it is! Gamers will be blown away by the pinpoint tracking accuracy and special functions. We are proud to have been able to colaborate with high profile gamers such as zDD [game tag "EDIT" on xbox], the Teflon hearts team, and also really appreciate the input we have received from so many other passionate gamers. These opinions were invaluable in helping us bring the uber successful FRAGFX SHARK design to the XBOX 360.“ says Jason Johnson, Head of Creative Development for Splitfish.