Nyko Announced PlayStation 3 Accessories

Nyko-Product-Lineup-for-PS3The leading manufacturer of video game peripherals, Nyko Technologies, announced that an upcoming product lineup of peripherals/accessories will be showcased this week at the E3 2010 on the 15th and 17th of June in Los Angeles. The showcased products are going to be a variety of innovative new peripherals for the Sony PlayStation 3 video gaming console. Nyko will continue their tradition of affordable and high quality design of products.

Director of Marketing at Nyko Technologies, Chris Arbogast, said that Nyko has been a participant in E3 for eleven straight years, and that they are very excited to be using the show as the launching pad for their 2010 products. He also said that Sony has a banner year with the PlayStation 3, and that they have developed a line of products that complement and enhance the gaming experience of the playstation 3.

The products that will be showcased include: Raven for Sony PlayStation 3, Charge Station and Charge Station Quad for PlayStation Move, and a Core Controller for the Sony PlayStation 3.

All of those accessory products will be on display in the Nyko Technologies booth #5322, in addition to their existing product line of accessories for other consoles like the Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360.

The Raven for Sony PlayStation 3 is the most premium controller for the console from Nyko, featuring a Multi-Axis Technology for full motion support. This controller is an amazing offer for those of you who are seeking a comfortable controller for gaming sessions.

The Charge Station and Charge Station Quad for PlayStation Move will easily store and charge both the Move Motion Controller and the Move Navigation controller at once, with LED Charge indicator lights that will display the status of the charge.

The Core Controller for Sony PlayStation 3 will feature fully analog face buttons and joysticks in order to provide the most accurate and responsive gameplay ever with dual vibration motors, ideal for those of you who want the most accurate controller for an affordable price.

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