At this year’s Google I/O conference, Google announced Android TV, the successor to their ill-fated Google TV, and positioned similarly to Amazon’s Kindle Fire TV, including the ability to play games.
MOGA is boasting that it is going to unveil a device that will change the face of mobile gaming. With what they are calling “The new standard for mobile gaming controllers”, MOGA is hoping to get some hype behind their product before E3 next week.
Yesterday, Darrin brought you our first look at what could be the new PlayStation 4 controller. Today, we’ve got another picture for you.
The PS4 is one step closer to a reality after a photo of a prototype controller for the new console has shown up online.
Sony’s next console, the PS4, may be leaving behind a controller design that they’ve used for the past three generations.
Console gamers will be happy to know that playing games on their phone has just been made easier, thanks to MOGA’s addition of a new Pro Controller to their Mobile Gaming System peripherals.
Steam fans that want to play on an even bigger screen now can.
KontrolFreek has released the FPS Freek Havoc gaming accessory in honor of Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. For the SNES, flattery is almost routine. For example, this pretty awesome Wii U Pro Controller.
Mobile gaming has changed. We’re not just bringing our portables on the bus or train anymore; we’re playing on our phones. SteelSeries recognizes this and has introduced a new controller and headset with mobile gaming in mind.
In a meeting room blocks away from the rest of PAX, we were shown the Wikipad and it left us really impressed.
At PAX PowerA was showing off two of their new devices and we got a hands on with both of them.
KontrolFreek launches a new line of Signature Series Gamer Gear with a revamp of a popular product.
In their Nintendo Direct conference, Nintendo showed a new, albeit familiar-looking, controller.