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2012 Showies: Peripheral of the Year

Nominate your peripheral of the year. This could be those new wireless headphones that hump your ears while you play games or that weird PlayStation Move wheel controller thingy. It can be anything. Just make sure to add your comment to nominate or hashtag #2012ShowiesPeripheral.

I will start off by nominating the PlayStation Move controllers. They have given me rounds of fun on Tiger Woods 12. There hasn't been a peripheral that has been released that hasn't done more of the immersion in gaming than the PlayStation Move controllers. It's almost like I'm really golfing.

I mean look at how much fun these people are having.


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