Why sit and stare of pictures of the Nintendo Revolution controller all day when you can experience it first hand, but with your PS2. SplitFish Gameware has added this, the GlideFX, to their line of gaming accessories. The left handle has the D-Pad and left analog stick, while the right handle has the buttons and a trackball. Unlike the Revolution controller, the GlideFX will be lacking the motion sensor. This is going to be made available for the PS2 with another version being released for the PS3 later this year. It will be debuting at E3 2006.