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Sony Creates the First PS3 Controller for Lefties

Posted on Thursday, June 16 @ 14:00:30 Eastern by


Poor lefties. We need different baseball gloves, different scissors, even video game controllers just don't feel right (pun intended). Which is why Sony has created the very first PS3 controller that swaps the placement of the D-Pad and face buttons to cater to us southpaws.



I lied, I am not a lefty, and this picture above is nothing more than a photoshop mistake that was found on a video game market survey website. It really makes you wonder what idiot they hired to photoshop this image. It's like they were thinking, "hmmm, I have a picture of this perfectly normal controller - let me swap it around to get some jerk to write about it on the internet". Or maybe it's a legal thing, and Sony doesn't charge a fee if the controller is backwards. Either way, it's weird, and it had me scratching my head for a few minutes wondering what exactly was wrong with the picture.
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