Things that fit under the Madcatz umbrella are:
Clothing made by:
Asda, Bench, Donnay, Kappa, Kevin Klein, Tesco
Electrical goods manufactured by:
Joytec, Logic 3, Logitech, Teco, Madcatz
Food and drink made by:
Aldi, Happy Shopper, Netto
Mobile Phones and MP3 players made by bands other than:
Other general rules:
If an item has a turbo button,
If an item is covered with an excessive amount of stickers or decals,
If an item has been fitted with extra lights that have in no way enhanced the performance or function of the item.
Luke: Hey Dave, is that a new mobile you have there?
Dave: Yeah, you like it.
Luke: No, it looks a bit 3rd party to me. Why didn't you just get an iPhone?
Dave: I'm not spending that kind of money on a phone besides, this phone does everything the iPhone does.
Luke: Yeah and it's probably got a turbo button too.
Luke: That phone is madcatz. FACT!
NOTE: Despite the company that the "makeshift" controller comes from, it is still referred to as a Mad Catz controller.
Xavier: "Ya, as long as I don't have to use the Mad Catz though."