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Play pinball at home with the Duo Pinball controller

By: Ryan Chapman
on Sunday, March 10th, 2013

Pinball may be a game that is known to kids young and old, but it is a game that doesn’t port over to a touch screen very easily. Duo Games now has a controller that can be used with Gameprom’s free Pinball HD Collection app to bring life-like pinball to the iPad. Connecting via Bluetooth, Read More…


5.1 channels of aural vibration

on Friday, March 8th, 2013
Posted in: Gaming Gear, News

As a gamer, I can appreciate what vibrations can add to the gaming experience. In hand, a vibration to the game controller can alert me I’ve been shot (or am the one shooting), simulate a crash, or imply a massive object moving towards me.  This feature is commonplace in gaming vests and chairs, but how Read More…


NVIDIA releases the Titan graphics card

By: Paul Grunwald
on Friday, March 1st, 2013

Valve has released Steam for Linux

on Saturday, February 23rd, 2013
Posted in: Gaming Gear, News

Hooray!  Valve has finally released the popular gaming platform, Steam, for Linux users. Right now it’s only supported under Ubuntu 12.04 or 12.10, using the Unity, Gnome or KDE desktop environments.  Steams says that more Linux distributions will be fully supported if/when time permits.  Perhaps they will include other popular distributions such as LinuxMint (a fork of Read More…


Classic Match Foosball is a multiplayer foosball table for your iPad

on Sunday, January 20th, 2013

Although I’ve only played foosball once or twice so far in my life, I want this Classic Match Foosball iPad accessory from New Potato Tech because it looks like it would be a lot of fun. Up to 4 people can play at once using eight functional 2-axis control bars and real scoring markers at each end. Read More…


GameStick puts Android games on your TV

on Saturday, January 5th, 2013

There’s a plethora of plugin Android devices for televisions these days, but GameStick has concentrated on taking on the gaming consoles market with their GameStick Kickstarter project.  Rather than just another Android-OS-on-a-stick experience, the GameStick is all about playing your Android games on the big screen. The plugin stick integrates into the supplied Bluetooth controller Read More…


Bluetooth Game Controller for Smartphones

on Monday, December 31st, 2012

This Bluetooth Game Controller from Allputer works with iPhones and even iPads.  (Allputer says it has a known problem with Android devices running Android 4.0, but it should be compatible with devices running some other versions of Android.)  The controller has a telescoping holder at the top to hold your phone in place, or you Read More…


Bring a colorful new dimension to gaming with the ROCCAT Isku FX keyboard

on Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

The Isku FX multicolor gaming keyboard from ROCCAT is designed for the ultimate gaming experience.  The backlit keyboard has multicolor lighting with 16.8 million possible colors and six lighting levels.  The keyboard is packed with programmable macro keys and three Thumbster macro keys near the space bar.  There’s even an Easy-Shift key that not only Read More…


MG Portable WiFi Android Gaming System review

on Sunday, December 23rd, 2012

The MG is a WiFi Android device that has been created specifically for kids (and their parents bank accounts). If you own a smartphone and also have children, it’s probably a common thing for them to want to play games on your phone. But giving kids your $500+ device to play games is probably not Read More…

AppFinity makes many different types of game controllers.

AppFinity Game Controllers review

on Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

The iPod touch and the iPhone create arguably one of the best-selling handheld gaming systems in the US, if not the world. While not all of them are sold for the purpose of gaming, there are a lot of them out there being used for games as well as other things. That means they’re open Read More…


Sphero Robot Ball review

on Monday, December 10th, 2012

My initial thought when Julie asked the Gadgeteer Team, who would like to review the Sphero was ‘cute but I’ll pass’. But upon further consideration, it occurred to me that I have an 11 yr old, tech-savvy son, spaz of a dog and insane cat at home just waiting for something like this to enter Read More…

GameKlip – Get your game on (your phone)

on Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

There is a wide assortment of game controllers coming out for Android devices at the moment, but what if you’re already using your PS3 controller and just need a neater way of attaching it to the Android device? GameKlip started as a Kickstarter project, but it has now been fully funded and is commercially available. With Read More…

Ringbow – Give your tablet the finger

on Friday, November 30th, 2012

Combining all the features of a mouse, keyboard and joystick, the Ringbow is a Bluetooth device worn on the finger that complements your Bluetooth-enabled phone, tablet, or similar device.  The Ringbow includes a D-pad button with 9 control directions.  It can be used to by itself or in conjunction with a touchscreen device, giving a more Read More…


KOLOS Gaming Wheel for iPad

on Saturday, November 24th, 2012

I keep reading articles about how the iPad is becoming more and more important as a gaming system, and then I think of how sore my hands and wrists can get after hours of just holding my iPad still while I read.  This Indiegogo crowd-funding project for a gaming accessory for the iPad could address Read More…


Classic Match Foosball game table for the iPad

on Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Do you like playing foosball, but you don’t want to have to use the table as your dining table to fit it in your living space?  The Classic Match Foosball game table from New Potato Technologies is the perfect accessory to turn your iPad (running iOS 5.0 or later) into a game for 1 to Read More…


Combiform – Combinable magnetic video game controllers

on Saturday, November 17th, 2012
Posted in: Gaming Gear, News

Playing video games is fun for one player and even more fun when you team up with a virtual friend or one sitting next to you on your couch. Do you think the fun factor can be elevated even more by using special game controllers that connect together to provide live interactions? The minds behind Read More…

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Typing Karaoke – Rock on

on Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

Love karaoke but can’t sing at work ? Think you’re a gun typist ?  Typing Karaoke is a game that merges the two together. Choose from 10 songs like LMFAO’s Sexy and I Know It or Stray Cat’s Rock This Town and type along. Choose a slow song to warm up your vocal … ummm Read More…


MOGA Game Controller – Bluetooth control

on Thursday, October 25th, 2012

Available from PowerA, the MOGA  is a Bluetooth-enabled gaming controller made to support Bluetooth-enabled Android 2.3+ smartphones and tablets.  With dual analog sticks, shoulder triggers and 4 buttons, you’ll have full control over your favourite games.   It can be used as a standalone controller with your tablet, or your  phone can sit into the Read More…


Google Play Store Celebrating 25 Billion Downloads

on Thursday, September 27th, 2012

To celebrate 25 billion downloads, the Google Play Store is having a sale for the next 5 days: “Every day you’ll be able to choose from a collection of apps from some of the world’s top developers including Gameloft, Electronic Arts, Rovio, runtastic, Full Fat and more. And all for just 25 cents. “We’ll also be offering Read More…


ION iCade Mobile Gaming Controller Review

on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

There’s no denying the fact that people love playing games on the iPhone and iPod Touch. Using the capacitive touch screen to play puzzle and word games on these devices is fun and easy. But playing action games using an on screen touch controller is less fun and less easy. At least for me… I find that Read More…


Nintendo Announces Wii U Release Dates and Prices

on Friday, September 14th, 2012

One of my favourites games of all time is Mario Kart, and I’ve played it on every Nintendo console system released so far. Well Nintendo has  just announced release schedules and pricing for their new Wii U, another platform for me to get my Karting fix. Their new console will be available in two versions; the White Read More…


Browse Your Favourite Atari Classic Games

on Sunday, September 2nd, 2012
Posted in: Gaming Gear, Geek Toys, News

To celebrate the 40th Anniversary since the launch of Pong, Atari and Microsoft have partnered to allow gamers to play eight classic Atari video games via any HTML5-enabled browser. Asteroids, Combat, Centipede, Lunar Lander, Missile Command, Pong, Super Breakout, and Yar’s Revenge are available to play in Atari’s Arcade. For Microsoft, it’s an opportunity to demonstrate the power of HTML5. For Atari, Read More…


Razer Naga Expert MMO Gaming Mouse Review

By: James Goforth
on Saturday, September 1st, 2012
Posted in: Gaming Gear, Reviews

The Naga series of gaming mice from Razer, in my opinion, are some of the best gaming mice out there.  There are a few models in the Naga series, but we’ll be looking at the one simply called the Razer Naga.  Let’s give it a closer look after the jump.


MG – Another Android Handheld Gaming System

on Thursday, August 30th, 2012

The MG is a new Kickstarter project looking to score a whopping $950,000 in pledges. What is it? It’s a handheld Android WiFi gaming device. They are calling it the first portable Android gaming system, but I disagree. First of all, this device is not really that much different than the non-smartphone Android handhelds already on Read More…


ARCHOS Announces the GamePad Gaming Tablet

on Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

I want to see a show of hands… who remembers the Tapwave Zodiac Palm OS PDA? Back in 2003 it was a very cool device that merged a  PDA with built in gaming controls. The new GamePad from ARCHOS reminds me a little bit of the Zodiac because it offers a full set of analog Read More…