Xbox Gets Sexy

Just about everyone knows about the very sexy stuff that Microsoft has been working on, and as hot-blooded gamer, nothing gets me salivating more than the curves they’ve been showing off lately. No matter what angle you’ve seen the photos from, there aren’t many gamers who aren’t aching to get their hands over the Special Edition Dusk Shadow and Copper Shadow Wireless Controllers. While some platforms don’t need to go to these extremes to bring in the numbers, what the Special Edition Dusk Shadow and Copper Shadow Wireless Controllers represent can’t be overstated.

Are you drooling yet?

Sure, some of the other publishers might have moved passed the allure of a peripheral that feels so snug in your hands, preferring to just get the job done. Not Microsoft. No, it’s not enough to feel every vibration pressed firmly against your skin, but they know you want that eye-candy – that perfect gradient that starts bright up the top, but gets a bit darker as you work down from top to bottom on the Special Edition Dusk Shadow and Copper Shadow Wireless Controllers.

This isn’t their first outing with this sort of thing, and they’ve had a history of supplying something with aesthetic draws to gamers for some time. You know the second you get that baby into your hands, that thumbstick is gonna be all kinds of responsive, and you can’t go past an enhanced D     pad.

What you’ll pay for the pleasure of these sexy numbers will vary according to region. There’s no telling if this will be the last time you expect this sort of thing from Microsoft and Xbox, but I’d imagine it won’t be the last time we see something like the Special Edition Dusk Shadow and Copper Shadow Wireless Controllers.

It’s also not clear if they’ve considered the ramifications of using the Special Edition Dusk Shadow and Copper Shadow Wireless Controllers to entice gamers when they could even be off-putting to some demographics, and also in some ways belittles the target audience by saying they’d naturally just jump at the chance to even be near the Special Edition Dusk Shadow and Copper Shadow Wireless Controllers, even if it offers impulse triggers that sound like they’ll make you perform just that little bit better.

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