This is a $500 Xbox One. Why would you buy a $500 Xbox One when the going price is $350 right now? Because this Xbox One will boot faster, load games quicker, and comes with an amazing new gamepad you have to see to believe.
Gamers who consider their core hard have always thought of Kinect as just some gimmick Wii-successor that they'd never use because true gamers use analog sticks or fight pads or morse code or something. And maybe the first Kinect was like that. The Kinect 2 on Xbox One? Completely different. It's truly an extension…
In 2010 Razer introduced the Onza, an Xbox 360 controller with enough extra bells and whistles to get it banned from Major League Gaming tournament play. Expect the same treatment for the Sabertooth, a refinement of the Onza that adds even more bells while removing select whistles.
Games on Android have gotten really, really good. With phones regularly packing in 1.5GHz quad-core processors and 2GB of RAM, the games are fast approaching console-quality. The one thing holding them back? Touchscreen controls aren't nearly as good as a handheld controller. The MOGA Mobile Gaming System aims to kill…
DJ TechTools has updated its arcade button Midi Fighter midi controller with a 3D gyroscope allowing parameters like pitch and volume to be controlled by simply moving it about. But only DJs with a penchant for performing might be interested.
Your feet may replace your mouth as the easiest way to compose an email when your hands are busy doing something else.
We've all been there: About to whip your friend's ass in a not-so-friendly game of Mario Kart when you realize there's only one controller! You should have invested that $20 you blew on booze on this: Ion's portable Go Pad controller, which folds up to be the size of a golf ball, and gives you eight buttons. It's also…
The Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1 Mouse is just like a regular mouse with 7 buttons and a scroll wheel. Well, until it's not. Once you flip the mouse over, there's a full-fledged, Playstation-like game controller underneath. Best of both worlds?
I'm not sure if The Avenger—this elaborate Xbox controller exoskeleton—will improve your performance markedly. But my goodness, it'll make you look prepared. Or, you know, like your controller has polio.
The Tron Xbox 360 controllers look amazing, and make you feel like you're a real cool dude with Olivia Wilde sitting next to you. Not a bad deal for $50.
The Xbox 360 controller's biggest flaw is the craptastic directional pad plunked in the middle of it. Five years later, Microsoft's come up with a better way: a transforming controller.
He better not press that "storm" button. I don't know how much more rain we can take down here on Eath. Unless his gaming controller is for Tekken, in which case flood your opponents all you want, big guy.
The non-stop product leak service kindly provided by the FCC has delivered another gem today, with Griffin's iPhone and iPad "PartyDock" popping up for certification. If you can't get enough of plastic gaming accessories, your luck's in.
Too many buttons! Unfair turbo! MACROS! MACROS! The Major League Gaming community is divided over an announced ban against Razer's Onza controller. Whining about unfair controllers is as old as gaming itself—is it justified this time?
A Microsoft patent shows off a new dual-mode Xbox 360 controller that can be used both wired and wirelessly. Unlike the current play and charge kit, this controller would give you the accuracy of a true wired mode when plugged in.