ByNicholas Montegriffo, writer at Creators.co
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Nicholas Montegriffo

Reddit user UnicornFarts1 tickled all of us here at Now Loading with his capture of IKEA's rather clueless placement of PS2 controllers on one of their displays. As you can see from the image above, they are given pride of place on top of an Xbox and a DVD player, next to a tasteful-looking lamp. Truly, are there no limits to Swedish technical innovation?

We're all excited to feature this exclusive scoop of this technological convergence, and we can't wait to utilize our own in-house controllers, IKEA-style. So we took them for a walk around the office.

Ladies and gentlemen, we present to you, Now Loading's tribute to IKEA, complete with Swedish characters used with absolutely no regard for accuracy whåtsöever:

Cöölest Gåme in Town

Fika Fighter 2: Cöffee Cø-öp

I wasn't kidding about disregard for accuracy. other Scandinavian characters are fair game.
I wasn't kidding about disregard for accuracy. other Scandinavian characters are fair game.

Clåssic Cärtridge Fun

The microwave is the screen, obviously. Oh, and don't put the Jesus-toast in there.
The microwave is the screen, obviously. Oh, and don't put the Jesus-toast in there.

Pæper Måriø

Biǫtek

Old Norse inspiration, Eco-friendly gaming future! Player 1 tap x to grow plant, Player 2 tap to wither. Hold triangle to photosynthesise
Old Norse inspiration, Eco-friendly gaming future! Player 1 tap x to grow plant, Player 2 tap to wither. Hold triangle to photosynthesise

IKEA always seemed like a gaming level from hell on a railroad layout so that was forced to progress one way through the zone like a side-scroller.

Anyone else tested their controller's household appliance compatibility? Post your pics below!

Yes, I do have a lot of work to do today. Why do you ask?

[Source: http://imgur.com/I5v7hY3]