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August 16, 2010 // 6:25 am - Taking off on the PlayStation Move safe usage instructions, Androsko has expanded on them with some humorous warnings of his own about Sony's PS3 Motion Controller.

Check them out below, as always, simply click to enlarge the pics!

To quote from (linked above): "In this satirical advisory banner by Kotaku, the editors are illustrating in a humorous manner of incorrect and correct techniques and methods to use the PS3 motion control device.

Going as far as even adding fine print advising gamers to "please use the wooden stake or silver dagger accessory sleeves for the PlayStation Move controller when confronted by a dracula during game play".

While the instructional banner is not exactly instruction, or even informative for that matter, it is sure to provide a good laugh for anyone regardless of whether or not they are planning to invest in the controller.

PlayStation Move Safe Usage Instructions & Humorous Warnings

PlayStation Move Safe Usage Instructions & Humorous Warnings

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#6 - tjay17 - August 16, 2010 // 5:45 pm
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But you can kill a Terminator with it.

#5 - stefan666 - August 16, 2010 // 3:54 pm
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Dont Hit Master Chief (second line, First Frame)

#4 - tjay17 - August 16, 2010 // 3:50 pm
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That is funny and remember kiddies if confronted by a Dracula ask an adult for help.

#3 - GooeyFinger - August 16, 2010 // 3:48 pm
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That baby one is awesome. I'll be sure not to send my son flying while rocking out to dance dance revolution

#2 - Pretikewl - August 16, 2010 // 2:33 pm
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I lol'd so hard at this. Bravo to the creator!

#1 - Mbb - August 16, 2010 // 2:13 pm
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LOL is this a joke? Look at that 'very bad' picture