N-Control Avenger for PlayStation 3

Do you remember “The Avenger“, yes, the Xbox 360 controller accessory that promise “the ultimate gaming advantage” by giving you rapid, fluid movements between individual buttons and analogue sticks, and to access nine functions simultaneously. Now iControl will give you same advantage and for the Playstation 3 this November.

This external adapter tightly “grabs” the PlayStation 3’s controller and promises to enhance your dexterity and situational awareness by improving accuracy and reaction time. It is equipped with a stabilizer tripod, high-precision tension straps, hair-triggers, and sensitivity adjusters, allowing you to customize it depending on your preference and needs.

N-Control Avenger for PlayStation 3


N-Control’s Avenger PlayStation 3 Accessory will be launched in a limited edition of 5000 units Worldwide for $48.99, on the same date with the launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and can be pre-ordered from the company’s website.

Update: N-Control’s Avenger is available now.

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