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Published on April 16th, 2007 | by Deejay Knight, Editor/Founder

Ben Heck's New Creation: 360-AXIS

Ben Heckerdorn is crazy awesome.
Not only has he found ways to mod some of our favorite consoles into ways we’ve never expected, but he’s done it again. This time he’s taken an Xbox 360 controller and replaced the innards with a PS3 SIXAXIS.

As always, it’s a custom job which cost upwards of $100 – at least as much because both controllers cost $50 each – and it screams of awesomeness. If I had a PS3, I’d consider getting one made myself

Here’s some video and images of it in action:

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Ben Heckerdorn’s PS360 Controller

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Ben Heckerdorn’s SIXAXIS-stuffed Xbox 360 controller

About the Author

Deejay has been a gamer since the Atari 2600, has wrestled–and defeated–alligators with only his toes, and once aligned all the planets in the Solar System by uttering the words "Coo Coo Ka-Choo". In his sleep. He currently bides his time behind the scenes here at, streaming at and teaching.

8 Responses to Ben Heck's New Creation: 360-AXIS

  1. Double D says:

    Beat me to posting this. This is awesome, I want one myself.

  2. Double D says:

    Beat me to posting this. This is awesome, I want one myself.

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