One of the things that separates PC gamers from console gamers is the notion that using a mouse and keyboard is far cooler or more precise or more complicated (sort of a tongue-in-cheek way of saying "cooler") than a clunky controller. What if that wall were to be destroyed? What if a console, say the PS3, supported mouse and keyboard? What if a third-party peripheral company created an adaptor called the XFPS that allowed you to map your controller buttons onto the keyboard? That's exactly what has happened
. The button-mapping is the big draw, but at nearly $100, we'd definitely need to see it in action first. A great idea, though, except for those pesky Sixaxis controls. But for FPS games, you're probably fine.