SteelSeries has just announced Nimbus Plus MFi game controller with 50 hours of battery life, clickable joysticks, and more. Here are the details.
Here's how you can easily use a Nintendo GameCube controller wirelessly with the Nintendo Switch to play games.
8Bitdo's NES30 is not going to win any prizes or any fans based purely on its name, but let's be honest, no-one is really going to care about what this thing is called. It is however likely to garner a lot of attention and immediate love from hardcore old-school gamers who absolutely loved the look and feel of Nintendo's NES gaming controllers from back in the day. This particular gadget may have been built with the modern world and mobile gaming in mind, but it stays true to the original design by offering that "same NES touch, same NES feeling".
SteelSeries announced an all-new Bluetooth gaming 'Nimbus Controller' for Apple TV 4 while an official 'Remote Loop' accessory to secure your Apple TV remote was announced along with Logitech's CREATE keyboard for iPad Pro.
With mobile gaming, what was once the market that the likes of Sega, Sony and Nintendo dominated is now wide open for the taking. With its huge collection of games and devices selling like the proverbial hotcakes, it's safe to say that Apple is a real mobile gaming player at this point, if you pardon the rather heavy-handed pun.
Casual gaming has taken off to be one of the biggest things that nobody thought would ever happen. Gone are the days where the only video game you could play had to be in front of a TV, connected to a system with zero portability. Mobile games are one of the driving forces for procrastination, but let's face it, most mobile games suck for actual gaming. Touch-screen devices are perfect for one-touch controlled puzzlers such as Temple Run, or Angry Birds, but don't perform as well when an analogue axis and buttons are slapped onto the screen.
The iPad mini is, by and large, deemed to be a consumption device, and although it surely has some productive qualities, it's definitely seen as more of an entertainment package than its larger sibling. With this in mind, a group of creative individuals have started a Techdy campaign to gather support for their rather beautiful gaming controller for the fledgling slate, and as well as doubling up as a smart cover when not in use, it also looks robust enough to keep your iPad mini securely in place when it is.