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    xbox 360 Talismoon gets you all 'Snap' happy with new Snap Stick arcade joystick

    We received an email from Talismoon about their new product called the Snap Stick.



    A new fun accessory for old school arcade games on Xbox 360: The Snap Stick, just 'snap' on top of your Xbox 360 controller and play, the old school way!

    The Snap Stick is a fast-attaching joystick that allows everyone to enjoy true arcade action at a fraction of the cost of a new controller.

    Enjoy arcade action and play vintage games the way they were meant to be played. The Snap Stick attaches to your controller thumbstick in seconds whenever you need it. The two piece clamp design locks the Snap Stick on securely, giving you greater control and accuracy when playing your arcade favorites.

    Specifications :
    • 2 piece design clamps the snapstick on the thumbstick
    • Add or remove in seconds, with just a twist
    • Works on controllers for the Xbox 360, the original Xbox, PS2, PS3, and all third party controllers that were tested. May not work on all third party controllers. Does not work with GameCube controllers.

    Snap Stick retail for around $6.99.


    Source: Email
    Last edited by bandit; June 9th, 2010 at 20:25.
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