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CES 2010: You dirty R.A.T.

Jan 10 // Conrad Zimmerman
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I probably played entirely too much Shadowrun (the tabletop game, not the bastardization of same name for Xbox 360) in high school, because I've heard people tell me that these mice look silly but I refuse to believe it's true. The R.A.T. line of mice coming from Mad Catz look badass from both a versatility standpoint and an aesthetic one. I totally dig that sharp-edged, fragmented look that they have. It's right out of a cyberpunk novel.

There are other good reasons for why it looks the way it does, however. These mice are customizeable in some really cool ways. We put together this little video showing off the features and you should watch it, because my voice has the power to remove underwear. Not from women -- or at least anything you could mistake for being a woman in all but the dimmest of light -- but it has that power all the same.

You should also be watching it because these mice are just damn neat. Actually, that's probably a much better reason.


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An avid player of tabletop and video games throughout his life, Conrad has a passion for unique design mechanics and is a nut for gaming history. He can be heard on the comedy podcast () and str... more   |   staff directory

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