Which video games company has lost the plot and produced this?
Answer: None of them! Because it’s not for video games. It’s the steering wheel for a *Formula One car*
So, what do all these buttons do?
Here’s our guess:
Yeah, so it turns out we don’t know much about cars - here’s an actual guide from someone who does (click for a big version):
This, incidentally, *is* the most ludicrous video games controller ever:
Pic: John Tregoning
It’s for a game called Steel Battalion, and you use it to control a giant robot.
Until the giant robot falls over and you have to hit the EJECT BUTTON
We’re almost surprised we haven’t seen them about
The man opposite me on the train is playing programmable electronic bagpipes: http://t.co/pZIk5hIUas Fortunately, he’s using headphones.— Matt Locke (@matlock)August 18, 2014
They do, for the sanity of others, come with a headphone socket
This is what they look like. They include an ever important volume control as well as a host of other functions.
For those of you lacking in puff will be relieved to know that no blowing is required to create that authentic Highland skirl.
Listen to the noise created in this example here
That unique sound, sounding almost as though it has been filtered through a 16bit games console first.
Just remember to keep those headphones plugged in if you’re out in public
Rose’s question made Ron very curious: was he a time-traveling Dumbledore? Just because he hadn’t time traveled yet didn’t mean that he wouldn’t someday. And they did own a Time Turner; the ones in the Ministry had been destroyed during the Second Wizarding War, but he had one built for Hermione as a birthday present—expensive gift, especially because she never wore it and they were still paying off the debt, but it was theirs. If anyone was a candidate to become a time-traveling Dumbledore, it was him.
THIS IS THE ULTIMATE THING THAT I HAVE EVER WRITTEN FOR ANYTHING
The hardest thing about getting older….
You know you’re a lesbian when: You put your finger in it instead.
OH GOD, I ONLY EVER PUT MY FINGERS IN THEM.
I did both…
i did both. i also bent it, what does that tell me now
You kinky son of a bitch.
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