Tag "Controller"

PDP Gaming Ultra Slim Charge System review

Performance Designed Products, better known as PDP, began as a company in California back in the late 1990s. Flash forward to now, and they are disrupting the gaming peripheral industry with

Evil Shift controller is everything you never knew you needed

Meet the Evil Shift controller. This is different. These aren’t plastic cheapie value replacement controllers. And don’t you dare mix up all third-party controllers into one mush pile. Once you’ve

PDP Xbox One NFL Official Faceoff Controller (review)

PDP is arguably one of the top brands when it comes to third-party gaming peripherals. The company, known for its Afterglow series, released a new series of controllers for the Xbox

Review: Nyko Charge Blocks

Wow! It feels like E3 was so long ago, when in reality it has just been a few months. While at this year’s E3, I was fortunate enough to sit down

Play your SNES with just about every controller

Have you ever played your classic Super NES and thought, “Man, I wish I could play this with a PS4 controller”? A strange desire, but now you can with Analogue

Mario, Luigi and Pikachu-themed Gamecube controllers for Wii U

We’ve seen Nintendo announce that there were many ways to play the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Wii U. Players can select their controller of choice from the

Steelseries Stratus: iOs’ first official Bluetooth controller is now available

While I may not always agree with Apple and iOS-related products, this is one I’ve actually been enjoying (it is gaming related). The Steelseries Stratus is an exclusive Apple Bluetooth

CES 2014: Steelseries – Stratus and Sensei Wireless

Yet again, we’re here at CES, in the bright and beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada. Our adventure this year begins with our favorite PC peripherals provider, Steelseries. If you remember last

Steam Universe part 3: The Steam Controller

Valve’s final announcement is the Steam Controller. Two circular trackpads and an LCD touch screen position themselves neatly on the front of the pad. Valve is confident that this will

Review: The Stinky Footboard (PC)

The Stinky Footboard – SteLuLu Technologies (From their Kickstarter page) describes it as having “a T6 aluminum top plate, thick rugged plastics, an Internal steel U-channel for rigidity and durable Cherry MX