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Mad Catz making Call of Duty: Black Ops accessories

Justin McElroy

We were less than impressed with the lineup of Modern Warfare 2-branded controllers and accessories released by Mad Catz last year, with their first-party price and less-than-first-party features. So, it's with something between hesitancy and mild interest that we tell you the controller company will continue the relationship with officially branded Call of Duty: Black Ops peripherals.

The press release doesn't go into specifics but, considering the game's milieu, we're hoping for a wireless Berlin Wall you can smash apart at the end and then sell parts of to unsuspecting tourists.

But it'll probably just be controllers and mice.

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