Modifying video game controllers, the Evil way

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Evil Controllers (Nicole Klauss, for the East Valley Tribune)In a piece for Sunday’s East Valley Tribune, reporter Nicole Klauss profiled Evil Controllers, a Tempe company that modifies video game equipment.

As Klauss writes, it’s not always just about having an advantage: Part of the company’s business model includes customizing controllers to help people with disabilities enjoy video games.

Do you use “modded” controllers or other gaming hardware — and if so, how?

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