Splitfish and their latest peripheral release, the FRAGFX SHARK 360 is touted to be the first super precision mouse hybrid gaming controller for the Xbox 360, letting one play various first person shooters in the most intuitive and precise manner possible – never mind if you’re rocking to a PC, Mac or game console. Time to stash away some money if you want to pick up the FRAGFX SHARK 360 though, since it will be out only at the end of this August.
Splitfish took no chances with their latest release by working closely with some of the world’s most prolific designers and hard core game teams in order to roll out a robust and easy to adapt controller that will merge both mouse aiming and analog stick movement for the Xbox 360.
Powered by a couple of AA batteries, you get around 50 hours of play time on it, or 500 hours with power save standby. Time to get good rechargeables if you want to maximize the use of the Splitfish FRAGFX SHARK 360.
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