Tagged: Controller

Evil Controllers - E3 2017

E3 2017: Evil Controllers Aims to Shift Your Thinking About Controllers

When it comes to console controllers, we only think in two flavors: Xbox or PlayStation. Both controller designs are synonymous with their respective systems. Both have unique challenges for the professional eSports player. For the eSports player, any type of discomfort or input lag could negatively affect the momentum of...

PDP Afterglow Prismatic Wired Controller for the XBOX One

  Performance Designed Products (PDP) have been creating many accessories and perfecting their craft for quite some time. One of their newest additions to their robust collection of game accessories is their Afterglow Prismatic Wired Controller for the Xbox One. It’s a wired controller with a generous 10 ft. USB...

Pax Prime 2015: Razer Announces Wildcat Xbox One Tournament Grade Controller

Today at Pax Prime 2015, Razer announced the Razer Wildcat Tournament Grade Controller for Xbox One. Razer’s own unique counter to the Xbox One Elite Controller, the Razer Wildcat, features a bevy of functions and physical tweaks to establish itself as a proper tournament grade controller. Carbon steel necks for...

E3 2015: Snail W3D Gaming Smartphone

  Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have a 3D-ready handheld gaming system that can access the full roster of content available to you in the Google Play store? You may like what Nintendo has done with the very popular 3D-displaying handheld, Nintendo 3DS. Perhaps you visit the Nintendo...

CES 2015: Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. 9 Mobile Hybrid Controller Announced

In the saturated mobile gaming market, you have to be quite unique in order to grab any attention. Fortunately Mad Catz’ new L.Y.N.X. 9 Mobile Hybrid Controller is definitely an interesting and very unique take on mobile controllers. Announced at the International CES 2015, January 6, the aim was to...

E3 2014: SteelSeries Presents the Sentry Eye Tracker and Stratus XL

Today at E3, gaming peripheral frontrunner SteelSeries announced and showcased their latest in gaming peripherals for the casual and professional caliber of gamers. For the gamer on-the-go that wanted a deeper console gaming feel with their iDevices, they introduced the SteelSeries Stratus XL, a full-sized console-style gaming controller designed for...

SteelSeries Stratus Controller Review

When I first learned about controllers being made for iOS7 devices I was a little confused. Isn’t the whole point of an iPhone, or an iPad, to have everything “all-in-one”? Is there really a need for a controller when you can just use the touch screen? Well… What is it all...

A New Hold on Mobile Gaming: Phonejoy Controller Review

Since we first saw Gametel back at CES in 2012, many many companies have played their hands in the saturated market of mobile gaming solutions. NVIDIA launched the NVIDIA Shield – an all-in-one Android gaming device that doubles as a remote PC game streaming solution. Yet more affordable solutions like...

CES 2014 - Steelseries

CES 2014: A SERIES of New Gaming Peripherals by Steelseries

Steelseries is always in the front lines of the PC gaming peripheral battlefront. We liked what we saw in their Rival gaming mouse as reviewed by Infinite_Ammo here. But what were their latest announcements at CES 2014? In Las Vegas, Steelseries introduced us to the SteelSeries Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller...