Our favorite Brooklyn-based wacky video game peripheral maker, CTA Digital, will be showing off their latest collection of plastic and rubber add-ons for the Wii, Playstation 3 Move and Xbox 360 Kinect at CES next week.
One week from today team Kotaku descends on Vegas to prepare for the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show.
Las Vegas is a city of smoke and mirrors.
Ubisoft's My SAT Coach made a musical appearance at CES last week, thanks to the singing of Princeton Review's Pedagogic Troubadour.
We caught up with Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg, Director of Product Management for Xbox 360 and Xbox LIVE, to chat about the console's presence at CES, the year ahead and the number 17 million.
There's a reason the Gaming Showcase at CES doesn't light the gaming world on fire. It's packed to its borders with subwoofer-filled seating designed for games and lame Chinese knock-offs, like the iSports.
Like regular sized Guitar Hero and Rock Band guitar controllers, but far, far daintier, the USB ready Riff Rocker adds hand cramping as an extra difficulty modifier to your rhythm gaming.
Novint's Falcon doesn't currently support Valve's Left 4 Dead or The Orange Box, but the curious looking controller supported both at CES. How useful is it and the pistol grip in games like these?
If a $150 arcade stick is too rich for your blood, accessory maker Mad Catz has a few other options for the fighting game fan not content with the standard Xbox 360 or PS3 controller.
Get ready to change your opinion about Mad Catz. The third-party controller maker may have made one of the best arcade sticks to ever grace these shores, thanks to its Tournament Edition Arcade FightStick.
3D gaming is huge at CES 2009. It's a great gimmick that blows the mind of the buttoned down conventioneer glassy-eyed from looking at television monitors and cell phones that are 0.01% different this year.
What's worth seeing? Previews of Resistance Retribution for the PSP, as well as inFamous and Killzone 2 for the PlayStation 3 with brand-new video, first previewed at CES — some of it you may have seen leak on to the internet in previous posts.
Games! Or, I should say, games. Mostly older games, but games nonetheless. CES isn't the place for four year-old tech like the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. But that doesn't mean they're totally absent.
Sucker Punch pulls no punches in this new trailer for their upcoming PlayStation 3-exclusive free-roaming superhero game InFamous, which displays an outstanding disregard for public transportation, and the public in general.
Radical and Activision brought a newly previewable build of the open world game Prototype to CES, showing it off in the THX booth. THX? Why? Well, Prototype is THX 7.1 certified on the Xbox 360.
Good news, girls. You're getting new pink things! Technology is moving forward for things that girls like and we have proof from this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Remember when all this stuff was white?
Sony dedicated one of the PlayStation 3s at its CES booth this year to show off its new partnership with Electronic Arts. The publisher's newly announced space in Home, the EA Sports Complex, was playable.