PDP, otherwise known as Performance Designed Products, is currently an industry leader when you think about the design and manufacturing of products for all major video game platforms. Well, PDP has recently announced that they have a lovely surprise for hardcore gamers when Q4 of this year rolls around, where they will follow up on their highly successful AFTERGLOW line of illuminated video game controllers by introducing the Special Edition AFTERGLOW Prismatic series. True to tradition, the AFTERGLOW Prismatic line will be able to cater to the entire range of today’s video game consoles, where among them include the PlayStation 3 from Sony, the Xbox 360 from Microsoft, as well as an extra special dual pack for the Nintendo Wii. This will definitely help gamers who want to have a twist to their gaming peripherals stand out from the rest of the crowd, where it will also function as talking fodder just in case your gaming skills are not up to scratch.
So what is it exactly that the AFTERGLOW Prismatic controllers offer? Well, they offer a similar design as the original AFTERGLOW controllers, although you will have a special new feature which will be kept under wraps at least until the Penny Arcade Expo occurs, where it will be held in Seattle, WA from September 3 through 5.
According to Gerry Block, Senior Product Manager at the California-based gaming manufacturer, “E3 2010 was an amazing show for PDP. The critical reception of our Tron, Epic Mickey, Kinect, PlayStation MOVE, and NERF product lines was spectacular, but we made a choice to keep the AFTERGLOW Prismatic line in reserve. When we give our fans the first look at the Prismatic controllers during PAX Prime in September, gamers are going to be blown away once again.”
When you pick up any PDP product, you can be assured of the highest level of quality and comfort, although we won’t rule out the classic PlayStation thumb forming if you happen to spend more time gaming compared to the rest of the activities throughout the day. We guess there is now a shifting trend that moves toward beautiful looking controllers as well as gaming peripherals, since everyone loves aesthetically pleasing peripherals, eh?