NES Speed Board
An NES accessory that was designed to hold a controller so the user didn't have to. Released in 1991, the idea was that it would allow the player to press buttons faster. It was poorly received and production was halted shortly after its release.
First party NES controller featuring turbo buttons and an 8-way sliding directional input called a cycloid.
An arcade style stick released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987.
The Namco neGcon is an analog steering controller that allows each half to be twisted. Released for the PlayStation, it was also compatible with a limited number of PlayStation 2 releases.