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Call of Duty: Black Ops Mad Catz accessories incoming


9:40 AM on 06.01.2010
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I'm not entirely sure how many controllers one needs, but MadCatz is banking on you needing at least one this November, and that you want it branded with Call of Duty: Black Ops crap.

The peripheral manufacturer has announced that it's extended its agreement with Activision, and it will create a "range of accessories" for Call of Duty: Black Ops, which ships on November 9. Previous Mad Catz Call of Duty accessories included controllers and a "Throat Communicator" headset/microphone peripheral (pictured above), inspired by military designs.

No idea where Mad Catz intends on taking it from here; one can only own so many camouflage controllers, I'd imagine. But that's why they're the experts, making money hand-over-fist, and I'm sitting here poking fun. Mad Catz: 1. Me: 0.






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