• Posted on: June 5, 2012
  • Author: Razer|TechnoKat
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Unveiling The Razer Artemis Concept Controller

There is nothing more badass than MechWarrior when taking to the metallic carnage, and piloting one of these hulking monstrosities of kickass doesn’t get any better than this. Introducing the Razer Artemis Concept Controller. This beast is equipped with fully-programmable mechanical keys, a fine-tuneable adjustable joystick with force feedback, and an integrated screen to complete your piloting desires.

We are proud to be working with Piranha Games and Infinite Game Publishing on the upcoming MechWarrior Online™. Let us know if you are prepared to wreck some metal giants and stomp your way to victory with the Razer Artemis Concept Controller.


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  • DeadShot

    Go First Produce Some  Fuckin Tiamats !

  • Frankw

    This looks sweet! Do you have a ball-park price yet? Will the components be available separately or will we need to buy all at once?

  • http://twitter.com/VectorRoll VectorRoll

    Sorry but I do not like the looks of this thing. The only part of this controller I like is the idea of having a screen in the middle and that still looks a little cheesy.What you all should look at is this new controller by Ripleigh for the upcoming Hawken game. It actually looks a lot better and more functional. Do a Search on Hawken Controller. I would make a link to it but this site seems to mess up links I post. :)
    You will see that, that is a controller. If you are going to get into controllers like this then they need to be very functional and make sense, not to mention good good. Plus it should make sense for more than just one game.  Look at controllers that have been made before and are being made now to get a better idea on what to make. Heck the Steel Battalion controller for the XBox was a lot better than this.
    Personally I have asked you all to make a controller before but it was more of a flght control system. I still think that would be your best route. At least more than this concept idea. Please think about doing that. I would definitely look into buying a Flight Control System from you guys over this thing in a heartbeat.
    Of coarse I still think you all have to much on your plate right now. Adding all these new products and not being able to keep supplies stocked is just making things bad for Razer.
    That is about all I have to say for now. Good luck and do not forget about making a Flight Control system instead. :)

  • Anonymous

    Interesting concept. A reworked Nostromo, a dedicated screen, and a joystick. Any chance this will be part of the Synapse 2.0 service, and we’ll be able to use our own Nostromo, tablet, and a Razer joystick in this configuration?

  • Joshlee808

    booo, bring the fiona on to market not this

  • Buaha

    nice nice good good device

  • Mikeusn94

    As long as it can be set up for a left hander to use, I will buy it!

  • Kapugen2633

    Will it work with Mechwarrior 4? That was a good game.
    Too bad the idiots at Harmony Gold sued FASA just so they could get more money. FASA didn’t ‘steal their creative license’. In fact, FASA and Harmony Gold both had a contract with Tatsunoko. Harmony Gold bought the animation frames to create Robotech, and FASA bought the designs for equipment so they could make their own, independent franchise, which was completely unrelated.

  • TherianLycan

    will it work for all mechwarrior games? i’m a fan of Mechwarrior 3

  • Spiderpussy

    It must be a best controller for aviasims!

  • Bubsy2087

    PLEASE consider making the stick a separate/detachable piece that can be purchased and used separately from the rest  of the controller. I honestly really want the flight stick, but I know I won’t be able to afford the entire assembly within reason, while also having too small of a desk to fit the entire thing, even if I did have the cash in the first place.

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