XCM Dominator Joystick for PS3 +

xcm-dominator-joystickSome gamers find the combo attacks in many games are hard to execute on a regular basis. You may need to combine 4-8 different button attacks with the proper timing to pull special moves. (Example: Y + Y + X + L + R + A + Y + B) With a normal controller this task is nearly impossible.
The XCM Dominator Joystick solves this problem, and lets you execute these combos with ease. Just program the keys to a special button and then you only need to press that button to pull off those special moves.

The XCM Dominator Joystick includes 2 very special features: Combo Attacker and Independent Rapid Fire. This will allow you to dominate your opponents with ease. With these 2 features in hand fighting games will never be the same again!

xcm-dominator-joystick

xcm-dominator-joystick

Coming soon at: www.totalconsole.com and www.totalconsole.cn

Source: Pimp My Console

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