Almost all of us has had our own run-ins with Mad Catz's less than spectacular peripherals. Usually, the worst one of the group is handed one of these controllers during a multiplayer session. Eurogamer has a story up about the final days of Mad Catz. The company had been struggling with financial woes for awhile. Its last product push was banking on the success of Rock Band 3 and the revival of fake musical instruments. At last the market did not take off and the company filed for bankruptcy in March of this year. "Where you had other companies who were smaller than Mad Catz at the time, like Razer, who were correctly doubling down on the things that made them popular, Mad Catz was trying to explore too many different avenues but without the expertise or the financing needed to be successful.