Why do gaming accessories' cases have to be so hard to get in to?
by, 20th December 2009 at 08:02 PM (409 Views)
So I bought a Dualshock 3 for my PS3 the other day. I saw them at Costco, and they cost $47. Sounds like a lot, but most places sell them at $56. There were also packs that had a controller and a game. Among them were a Ratchet and Clank game (not the newest one), Uncharted 1, and Gran Turismo 5. I decided not to get those, however, since I had Uncharted 1, don't like games like Gran Turismo 5, and I forgot why on R&C.
But backstory aside, holy fuck. Getting into that thing was a bitch. I had to dig into the little hole where things get hung up on with a pair of scissors, and try to cut from there. Took me ten minutes to get in. Taking a knife to it would've been faster, but I don't have a cutting knife on me (Damn it, I know I know the proper terminology for that! But I forgot!), and simply stabbing the bastard would also damage the accessory, so it was out of the question.
At least I got it out, even if I risked cutting myself on that ridiculously strong casing that I don't know what it is right now. But if I could kill any three people in the world *BAM* just like that, the guy who came up with the idea for that casing would have to be one of them.
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