Poster presents evolution of game controllers
From 'Tennis for Two' to the 'PS Move Sharp Shooter'
Fancy a wallchart detailing the evolution of videogame console controllers?
Yours for just $30 (£19): a 60 x 90cm poster that creator Pop Chart Lab claims is "the most extensive charting of video game controllers ever".
A new version of an existing offering, the revamped chart details "119 species and 11 genera over seven decades of gaming".
It's not entirely original - even Pop Chart Lab points to an early, online version, though it's not as attractive printed out and blu-tacked to your wall.
PCL will ship internationally. ®
The Atari joystick is labelled as the Atari 2600, but as anyone old timer will know this was first on the Atari VCS (wood / black), the Atari 2600 (silver / black) was the later revision of this.
They've managed to spell "Genesis" wrong, which is fairly impressive for a 19 quid poster
£19 for a poster? I can think of somewhere that they can shove their still rolled-up poster!
Hold the smeg on
As a Time Crisis nutjob, I feel it my duty to point out that their GunCon3 looks nothing like a GunCon3. The real one is either orange or black, and has a half-controller sticking out the side.