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Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion
Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion
Offered by Cards Against Humanity, LLC
Price: $10.00

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rebels against everything Victorian., September 29, 2012
= Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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If you and your friends are polite to one another, please pass this game by. If the idea of illegal, elicit, or erotic activities gives you the willies, please pass this game by. If you're shopping for a gift for a child under the age of 16, please pass this game by.

If you swear like a normal person, enjoy schadenfreude, love humor, and are a little disturbed... buy this as soon as you can. And, well, let's face it. We're all a little disturbed.

Xbox 360 Silver Controller and Play & Charge Kit
Xbox 360 Silver Controller and Play & Charge Kit
12 used & new from $29.82

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yet another solid, dependable input device., September 29, 2012
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Over the years, many controllers have been set into my hands. From an Atari joystick to a Dual Shock 3, each device has functioned as intended. Some have been huge, uncomfortable monstrosities (looking at you, N64), and then... then there's this.

The 360 controller was very carefully constructed to fit in my hands. Maybe not mine specifically, but I'll be damned if it doesn't seem that way. It just feels right. Natural. My hands cradle the controller and my fingers naturally fall where they should, rather than having to adapt to where the button layout was intended. It has some weight, but not much, allowing for long-term play sessions that won't weigh your wrists down, but still feels solid enough that you don't think you're going to snap that mother in half when you die unexpectedly.

The design is nice as well. The silver body is a smooth, matte finish, and the monochrome XYAB buttons looks slick as hell. The chrome, rotating D-pad feels more precise than the floppy disc of standard controllers, and I hope this becomes a standard for the device. Only downside is that the battery housing for the Play and Charge kit is still in standard black; if it had matched the silver of the controller, it would have made this device even better.

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