Many, many moons ago, in the early years of the PS One’s lifecycle (Feb 26. 1998, to be exact), Sony released a clear memory card for its original hardware (packing roughly one-eighth of a megabyte of storage – most games took one-fifteenth of that to save.) Around the same time the company also released a crystal model original dualshock, which was followed up in the next console generation with a similar one.

The PS3 has never had a see-through dualshock – until now. And so on Dec. 19 will that change, and you’ll be able to at least import a roughly-$60 controller whose internal parts you can see. (A North American release is still up in the air at this point.)

How long will it be until the PS4 gets a clear dualshock? Only Sony knows for sure.

Via Polygon