U.S. Army Gets Branded Peripheral Line from CTA Digital

January 4, 2012 -

CTA Digital has revealed a new partnership with the U.S. Army to manufacture branded video game accessories. The company says that this is the first licensing agreement it has entered into. Oddly enough, tax payers may be saying the same thing. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The company will reveal three new U.S. Army branded gaming headsets, three rifle controllers, and a "battle ready backpack" for game console systems at CES in Las Vegas on January 10-13 (booth #31265).

While the headsets appear to be universal (Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360), the rifles are designed for use with the PlayStation Move peripheral. If you can't make it to the Consumer Electronics Show next week, you can at least check out all of CTA Digital's U.S. Army-branded gear at its web site - www.ctadigital.com.


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Re: U.S. Army Gets Branded Peripheral Line from CTA Digital

That, I honestly kind of hope that gets released to the general public.

Re: U.S. Army Gets Branded Peripheral Line from CTA Digital

I don't know if I want the U.S. Army mark to become a consumer brand. Actually, I don't. I feel this would dilute the power behind the name around the world.

 

EDIT: Of course there's always America's Army. At least there, it was a well done game and not a plastic controller.

 
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