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Move? Natal? Meet the Xbox 360 Soap!

The big companies are intent on breaking into the casual market and creating some new gaming innovations on the way. Nintendo were the first to fall, dedicating their entire console on the ‘movement’ gimmick. Sony soon followed, using their ‘Six-Axis’ controllers to replicate the Wii’s technology but on a much lower scale. Microsoft, never one to shy away from a potential profit, then announced ‘Project Natal’, a controller free invention set to take the gaming world by storm. Sony have since annonuced the PlayStation Move in another attempt to rival their competitors.

But are these products needed? Can’t we just stick to normal controller-based games? That is my opinion but perhaps I need to welcome to revolution and look past the laughable releases like “Deal or No Deal: The Game” and “Ready Steady Cook”. Sure, there is a casual market to please but as long as Microsoft and Sony don’t forget about their real fanbase then the revolution should pass. But, to me, Microsoft and Sony’s involvement in the market stinks of greed. They want more money and are refusing to let Nintendo run away with the casual gold.

Fortunately, have come up with a new method of covering up the rancid stench of Microsoft’s lust for money. The Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller Soap Edition is availiable for just $17.50 (£25.00) and will make washing twice as fun! This innovative product is set to clean up the way we play our games and ensure even the fattest of gamers out there are smelling good!

You know you want it... say about their new product:

The Xbox soap weighs seven ounces and has raised buttons. This one comes with the added addition of colors, so it looks even more realistic than the others. The only difference from the photo is that the soap is no longer made with soap paint. Instead, all of the colors are made with soap.

Despite its weight of 7 ounces, it fits well in the hands…unlike the original Xbox controllers.

Made with great quality glycerin soap.

Scented with Mountain Dew fragrance oil, a gamer’s best scent.

· Coconut Oil
· Palm Oil
· Castor Oil
· Safflower Oil
· Glycerin (kosher, of vegetable origin)
· Purified Water
· Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent)
· Sorbitol (moisturizer)
· Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier)
· Soy Bean Protein (conditioner)
· Titanium Dioxide (mineral whitener used in opaque soaps)

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Don't drop the could break.

I’d certainly buy one of these over a novelty gaming product any day. Expect these to go worldwide soon and appear in a store near you with a variety of different fragrances availiable. The new Xbox Shower is set to follow so you can enjoy your Xbox Soap in only the finest of technology. Different colour soaps are set to follow and this creative new look on gaming will certainly get rid of the current dirt being thrown at us by the sequel fueled money-grabbing games industry.

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  • https://?u=bax88 Alan Baxter

    That’s one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen…

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