G-Mate Mag Gun controller for Xbox and PS3 gets FCC approval; we’d like to see them try and stop it

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Hopefully you had your Campbell’s Chunky Fully Loaded Beef Stew this morning, because it takes a Man to look down the barrel of the G-Mate Mag Gun and live. The weapon just passed through the FCC unscathed, and now it’s gunning for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. The basic operation is simple enough, with triggers, face buttons, a d-pad and everything else you’d need to ape a modern console controller. There’s only one analog nub, but that’s of course because the gun’s own motion is meant to emulate the second. G-Mate isn’t so clear on how that part of the gun works, but from what we can glean, it’s basically an accelerometer and / or gyroscope, which you calibrate to the center of your particular screen with a dedicated button. A sensitivity knob completes the Mag Gun-specific functionality — which probably won’t revolutionize the FPS genre, but certainly might give those suspicious of the Move or too masculine for the XCM Fire something to watch out for. Check out some videos of it in action after the break.

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