Posts Tagged: "gamepad"

Razer Orbweaver

Razer Orbweaver Elite Mechanical Gaming Keypad Review

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The lines between PC gaming and console gaming have become horribly or delightfully blurred (depending on your stance) to the point of  myopia.  Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 games use patches and updates the likes of which PC gamers have always been made to juggle. PC games are now taking...

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PowerA MOGA Mobile Gaming System Review

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Gaming apps for smartphones have proliferated over the last few years, and it’s hard to complain against their low price and the number of genre-spanning titles that are now available. But touch-screen controls can’t beat the actual sensation of holding a controller whose buttons and joysticks ache to be mashed...

Archos GamePad

Archos Gamepad Finally Shipping in Europe, Costs $170

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Remember the Archos Gamepad that we saw at the end of August?  It’s now hitting the streets of Europe to the tune of  £129.99 ($170 US).  Not too shabby for what is a relatively slender tablet with physical gaming controls. Specs have largely remained the same, though we know have the...

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ThinkGeek iCADE 8-bitty Game Controller Review

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Back in the day when Atari was God — a one button, one joystick controller was all that was needed. Your thumb and the side of your index finger against the stick got calluses, you lived with it. Then along came Nintendo’s NES — making the “candy bar” controller the...

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Wii U Hands On (E3)

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E3 may have been a buzz of videogames, but the Wii U is big news. Nintendo’s upcoming console is as powerful, if not more powerful than both the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, both of which are still considered to be in their prime even though games are already using...

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Mad Catz MLG Pro Circuit Controller Review

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There are controllers, and then there are controllers. Today, most of us just use whatever comes with the console, and nothing else. Microsoft or Sony did a tremendous job with their gamepads, but it has taken 3rd parties too long to match or better that quality. They just haven’t been...