We think the iCade is quite the awesome. Atari obviously thinks so too because they're making their own version. Called the Atari Arcade Duo Powered, it gives your iPad a classic arcade joystick and buttons to play classic Atari games.
Say hello to the Mermaid, a self-propelled endoscopy device used to photograph your digestive tract.
In the age of touchscreens, I love this close-up of a MiG-29 joystick, all dented and battered by thousands of flight hours, and God only knows how many missile launches and bomb drops. Form follows function taken to the extreme.
This typewriter will look familiar to many of you—in fact, your parents might still have one tucked away, like mine do. I'm willing to bet your 'rents didn't have a giant red joystick sticking out of theirs, though.
Things made of carbon fiber tend to be appealing-looking, light-weight, and durable. But sometimes we just plain wonder how on earth someone decided to choose the often pricey material for a particular piece of gear.
To open the secret entrance to the cave, try left-left-up-left-down-down-right-left then a-y-y-x-b-a and then hold the d-pad down while clicking y-y-b-b. Press start twice, and you will get in. [Flopculture]
This isn't just the Atari joystick equivalent of the transparent Gameboy, which had no added features except for special see-throughness. This joystick is actually hackable, and can connect up to eight other controllers through the labeled solder points.
Just a few months ago, Mad Catz was known for making generic, mediocre console accessories to undercut companies like Sony and Nintendo. Then they announced their Street Fighter sticks and the gaming world went nuts.
The Joydick is a DIY cock ring that turns a penis into a 4-way joystick, with masturbatory strokes replacing as button presses. Honestly, I'm not sure I'd be able to get past lv.1.
The finicky, rubbery controls of the Atari 2600 were as much part of its charm as the classic arcade ports it's known for. And now, for a mere $15, those bittersweet memories can come to your Windows, Linux or OSX system through this faithful-looking USB recreation of the original Atari 2600 joystick. The peripheral…
The Zeemote analog joystick controller for Bluetooth phones is now starting to see the light of day, at least for lucky Dutch W760 buyers, who will get it free as a promo package. This isn't the Wii-like motion-control version the company has been promising, and still no word on U.S. pricing or availability, but it…
Playing a Neo Geo fighter on the Wii just isn't the same unless you've got one of those four-button gamepads you used to find in the arcades. That's why we must insist that you buy one of these Neo Geo Stick 2 from Play Asia for $59, connect it to your Wii, and beat the crap out of your little brother with Mai. Your…
Novint's Falcon 3D Haptic Joystick has been around for awhile now, but it has just received an upgrade in the form of a black version and an optional pistol grip accessory for FPS gaming. At $19.99, the grip is a little more expensive than the $4 price tag they hinted at last May, but if you are already paying $199…