Classic Super Famicom Controller For Wii

by Edwin

So you were one of the first few who picked up the Nintendo Wii when it was first released all those years ago, and still spend some time playing it each week just to keep yourself occupied? Surely you wished at times that the world of video games stopped back when the SNES was at its zenith, and thankfully, with the Nintendo Wii, you are able to play your favorite …

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ROCCAT Savu hybrid gaming mouse

by Edwin

The release of Diablo 3 just a few days ago would definitely have seen an uptick in sales of gaming peripherals, including gaming mice and keyboards, as geeks everywhere unit to click their way to victory, killing off a far more feminine looking Diablo (although he does seem to be more powerful – you know what they say about hell having no fury like that of a woman scorned). I …

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Dragon Grip churns out kung fu noises

by Edwin

Once in a while, crowdfunding site Kickstarter does have some pretty cool looking projects, where they have ranged from the usual iPhone 4/4S case all the way to a new remake of a classic game (Leisure Suit Larry). Well, what do we have here today? Dragon Grip Interactive, the folks behind real life gaming experiences, has unveiled the Dragon Grip. Just what the heck is the Dragon Grip, does it …

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Mini Star Wars Arcade

by Edwin

Honey, I shrunk the Star Wars Arcade cabinet. Yes sir, no pesky kids will have to undergo the deadly rays of a shrinking gun, but instead, the art of miniaturization has been upped to a totally new galaxy, with this particular Star Wars Arcade cabinet that has been shrunk down in size all the way to just 12″. Not only that, despite being such a tiny replica, it will actually …

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ROAM MobileOS controller

by Edwin

When it comes to the world of portable gaming before the iPhone as well as slew of Android-powered smartphones actually made their mark in the market, we were just left with two credible choices – the Nintendo DS (oh how I loved this console, and had many more hours of fun compared to the PSP!) and the Sony PSP, where the latter seemed to cater to more mature gamers, although …

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Retro Duo Portable NES/SNES Game System

by Edwin

Despite all of the 3D graphics that your eyes are flooded with these days, do you sometimes harken back to the good old days when you were able to just have some basic fun with 8-bit and 16-bit graphics, being pulled into the game by its storyline instead of eye candy? Well, assuming that your mom has yet to throw out your collection of NES and SNES carts from your …

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Xbox 360 Celebration Pack heads for the UK

by Edwin

Do you want to show to the rest of the world just how much of a devotion you have as a patriot to the United Kingdom? Well, standing up straight as a pole whenever the national anthem plays (and remembering all the words to it) would definitely help, but if you are a gamer with a cause, then you might want to look into the Xbox 360 Celebration Pack which …

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PS Vita gets Skype app

by Edwin

The PS Vita is Sony’s most recent portable gaming console, signaling an end to the era of the PSP while ushering in a new age of top notch hardware. The thing is, great hardware without the right kind of software is never going to take off in a big way, and the same applies to Sony and their PS Vita. Sure, the PS Vita does look fantastic from all angles …

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