Complex rulers! I love you & # 39; em! And so is the YouTube Stop Skeletons channel from Fighting. They recently released a video that goes by some of the most annoying, complicated and expensive controls ever made.
A few months back, SSFF uploaded a great video about the Wecast Dreamcast instruments, including a fishing controller that you can use in a tennis match. But there are more regulators of weirder than that, some of them more expensive to buy by 2020.
For example, famous and incredibly stupid Disadvantages of Living 4 the Chainsaw controller. Releasing both the PS2 and Gamecube Re4 variants, this controller is not a great way to play the game. The layout is not properly aligned. But then again, the first button is activated by pulling the Starter cord from the fake chainaw. So really, this is a great way to play any game.
A small but equally popular controller is designed Onimusha 3. The katana controller is told to the kitten full of all the buttons available on the PS2 controller. It looks like it's a night in use, but it comes with a cool sheath. If you want to get your hands on a katana controller it might be tricky, since the controller is only released in Japan. Some still working on the box katana controller are for sale for over $ 400, which is a lot of money for a bad regulator.
Probably one of the most bizarre controllers ever made for this Sega Saturn game Crimson's death. (With its anonymous history and fandom worth checking out if you're curious.)
It is a large motion picture that houses the Sega Saturn and its copy Crimson's death. It was made by Sumi Takamasa, the artist who created this great controller and put it in their own museum. It's playable and is probably the most unique Sega Saturn game ever made.
Serious controls are not uncommon these days, which is a shame. I feel like the electronics are getting smaller and smaller and we can have incredibly stupid controllers. Come to Hardware companies and game publishers. It makes more silly shit.