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Tron Controllers to Debut for Xbox, Wii, PS3

Showcased during the last E3 2010: a bunch of gaming controllers from maker PDP that gives off the Tron: Legacy vibe.

Looks like PDP has gotten the go-ahead from Disney, as these $50 controllers feature the movie logo front and center. Scheduled release date is fall 2010, so we will probably see these Tron: Legacy controllers on the market by September of this year.

Are you willing topart with good money for these controllers? Personally, we think the set can do without the Tron logo, and let the lights speak for themselves.

Tron glowing controllers to make you feel you're in the film

  • proletarian
    i want one.

    the missus does too.

    but tron was crap.
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  • mrwhipper
    Naaaa. Not for me.
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  • technogiant
    I'm playin through Tron 2.0 on the pc now...I think it's great...refreshing take on FPS games before they all became so generic.
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  • eyemaster
    Sweeeeeet! Any PS3 models?
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  • ricdiculus
    Original movie is a cult classic. What I've seen of the new one though, seems a little to 'holywooded' out for my taste. Hope the new game will be worth a damn
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  • zaznet
    If the PS3 version is larger than the normal PS3 controller (more like the 360 controller) I'd certainly be interested. I keep waiting for someone to make an adult sized controller for the PS3 but haven't found one yet. If you read this and know of an option, post a link in reply or direct message via this site.
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  • vertigo_2000
    I have an X-box 360 controller for my PC. Will this work with it too?
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  • borisof007
    The one in the photo is a wired controller. Are all of them going to be wired? I doubt it, but still.... Also, battery life will probably diminish by a good amount.
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  • zaznet
    vertigo_2000I have an X-box 360 controller for my PC. Will this work with it too?
    Pictured is wired so that should work the same on your PC as existing 360 controllers. Assuming wired only due to extra power needed for lights but it is possible to light it up on battery while still having a lot of play time. Article claims PS3 as well and those are "wireless-only" though it would be possible to use a USB power source for a "wireless" controller.
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  • HavoCnMe
    Too Bright!
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