Although we haven't discussed Microsoft's force grip on its proprietary wireless tech in a long time, it appears Mad Catz doesn't have to worry about it for the next few years. The peripheral manufacturer has signed a non-exclusive multi-year licensing agreement with the console maker to "manufacture, market and sell Xbox 360-branded wireless specialty video game controllers."
Mad Catz CEO Darren Richardson believes the Xbox 360 is a "key focus" of its licensed accessories business, as evidenced by its Capcom deal. Now we wait for that well-received SF IV tournament stick to go wireless -- for those who can afford the 0.0000008 millisecond lag.
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