Unlike the Wiimote, these “Fusion Controllers” by In2Games “operate using sound waves ‘and other technical wizardry,’ so you won’t need to be pointing at a sensor bar for them to function.” Best of all, they’re priced at just $65 and go on sale next year.

They’ll connect to your overpriced next-gen console via USB, and it looks like the controllers will come in a variety of flavors including the sure-to-be-popular light saber, golf club, and tennis racquet

[via SciFi]

Unlike the Wiimote, these “Fusion Controllers” by In2Games “operate using sound waves ‘and other technical wizardry,’ so you won’t need to be pointing at a sensor bar for them to function.” Best of all, they’re priced at just $65 and go on sale next year.

They’ll connect to your overpriced next-gen console via USB, and it looks like the controllers will come in a variety of flavors including the sure-to-be-popular light saber, golf club, and tennis racquet

[via SciFi]