Back at CES 2007, I spent a bit of time playing with the 3RD Space Vest. The thing was bulky, geeky, and so awesome it was hard to imagine. The thing is a vest you wear sort of like a life jacket that has air bladders inside that simulate strikes from bullets.
At the time the thing was only compatible with the PC but he maker of the vest, TN Games has announced at E3 that it is offering a 3RD Space Trigger that lets the device work with game consoles. The trigger is some sort of hardware device that provides compatibility with the game console along with the vest and software drivers.
TN Games is offering the console Kit with the vest and trigger for $189 and the 3RD Space vest alone is $139. It's awesome that the console game systems can now use the vest.
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