For the first time those who are not well suited to writing code can finally create their own custom MODs and features for their controllers using a visual interface. By dragging and dropping GPC Blocks on to a blank canvas, the user can create simple and complex modifications visually without writing a single line of code. This code can also be tested and programmed on to one of the 9 Titan One memory slots for use in-game with the click of a button. For a complete changelog, please visit the download page.
Contest: Win a Destiny PS4 bundle and a Titan One!
Nearly $600 worth of gaming goodness
ConsoleTuner has partnered with our friends at Destructoid to bring you another awesome contest! Up for grabs this time is the white PlayStation 4 Destiny bundle and a Titan One cross-compatibility device. Sweet!
For those who aren’t familiar, the Titan One has a cool feature that allows you to plug one console’s controller into another console and actually have it work. So for the contest, we want you to show us what controller you’d like to plug into another console! Wanna play an Xbox One with an NES controller? A Dreamcast with an iPad? Feel free to get as silly as you want.
To enter, either take a photo of your fantasy controller/console combo (use tape for extra laughs) or use an image editing program to mock one up and post it in the Destructoid comments. Limit one entry per person, and the contest is open to anyone in the world!* You have until Sunday, November 30 at 11:59pm Pacific to enter.
Good luck, and have fun! Note: The Titan One supports PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, and PS4.