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Wireless Kombat Arcade Stick

Intec, Inc., the leading manufacturer of cross-platform video game accessories, today introduced two new additions to its comprehensive line-up of 2.4Ghz wireless video game accessories. The Wireless Kombat Arcade Stick -- available for PlayStation® 2 (G7080 - MSRP $29.99) and Xbox(TM) (G8080 - MSRP $34.99) -- is perfect for players who want to experience the "old school" feeling of an arcade stick while playing their favorite combat games at home. Set to begin shipping in North America on November 15, 2004, the Wireless Kombat Arcade Sticks are loaded with the latest features and are designed for maximum fighting action. Great for PlayStation® 2 games such as Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution, Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance, Fight Night 2004 & 2005, Def Jam: Fight for New York, and Tekken 5, and Xbox(TM) games such as Dead or Alive 3, Soul Calibur 2, and Fight Night 2004 & 2005, Def Jam: Fight for New York, Intec Wireless Kombat Sticks allow users to jump, kick, run, duck, and punch with amazing accuracy and instant response. Each offers users the following features: * Wireless Receiver: plug into the gaming console and experience play up to 30 ft. away * 8-way auto-centering directional chrome joystick for smooth playing action * Dimple-contoured rubber palm rests for better grip and comfort while gaming * Smooth-touch instant-response fire buttons * Program function to set your best move combinations * Mode button for quick analog or digital mode selection * Turbo mode for fast-action play * Ergonomic, bi-level gaming platform for enhanced control and stability * Uses 3 AAA batteries (not included) for up to 60 hours of continuous game play! * Auto-shut off feature automatically turns the unit off after 5 minutes of idle time to save battery life "The market is experiencing the beginning of a huge movement towards retro gaming," said Mark Stanley, VP Marketing at Intec. "Our first-to-market Wireless Kombat Arcade Sticks deliver that retro arcade feel with the latest 2.4Ghz wireless technology. These arcade sticks for Xbox and PS2 deliver a more immersive gaming experience with the stellar line-up of fighting games due to release in the next few months."
Source: http://www.yahoo.com

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