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Nissan built a GT-R operated by a video game controller

MotorAuthority Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()
Nissan built a GT-R operated by a video game controllerThe latest installment in the iconic "Gran Turismo" video game series, "Gran Turismo Sport," goes on sale next week, but Nissan threw a celebration of its own ahead of the launch. The video game itself may have coined the "Real Driving Simulator" tagline years ago, but Nissan took it to a new level with a GT-R you can operate with a video game...
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News video: Kids Finally Get Their Own PS4 Controller With The Mini Wired Gamepad

Kids Finally Get Their Own PS4 Controller With The Mini Wired Gamepad 00:39

The PlayStation 4 has games such as Little Big Planet 3, Knack 2, or Ratchet and Clank. But there is one design flaw that keeps some children and their small hands away from the system — its controller is made for larger, adult hands. By keeping younger gamers in mind, Hori designed a better...

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