Tuesday July 3, 2007 2:26 pm
Playing With Non-Joysticks
The last time we were in Mexico, we saw Americans spending pesos just to see, “¿Quién es más macho?” It turns out that the Mexicans were, for these determined types were paying to be shocked by low voltage tasers. Now, they can not only play at home, they can force others to play with them. The Shooting Duel consists of 2 joysticks joined with a 40 cm cable that emit ever-increasing intermittent shocks in a toy that is basically a version of electric chicken. Let go before the other guy and you lose. Don’t play to begin with and you win. Available for $19.99, each controller is 13 cm tall, requires 3 AAA batteries (not included,) and comes with the warning that it is not recommended for those who suffer from seizures or are under the age of 14.
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