Gaming peripheral maker Hyperkin is releasing another Duke replica, this time in green. The black version was surprisingly ergonomical for being a $70 nostalgia trap, but if you like a splash of color to go with your ginormous hands, the green Duke has you covered. It’s currently available at Gamestop and Amazon.
Two AA batteries. That’s all I recently needed to turn my Xbox One controller on and get back to steaming dumplings in Overcooked 2. It was around 1:00 a.m. on a Saturday, though, and I didn’t have any left.
Sony has announced four new color variations for the Dualshock 4, including a couple of spunky two-tone ones that look fun as hell.
The reveal of Microsoft’s Adaptive Controller in May furthered conversation around video games and accessibility. The controller inspired DIY modders to invent their own peripherals aimed at gamers with different mobility needs. This 3D printed, one-handed PS4 controller is one of those projects.
This is Greg. Greg plays Dragon Ball FighterZ, and he’s pretty damn good. Greg does this using a piano controller. And last night, at DreamHack Austin, he made it into the top 8 on loser’s side with his ivory keys of destruction.
The most nightmarish moment of anyone’s Xbox Live session happened to Tyler “Spartan” Ganza during a world championship match. While he and his team were battling for a top three spot in the $1,000,000 tournament, his controller disconnected.
People like to argue over which controller is the all time best. John Milner decided to side-step that debate entirely and just hook them all up.
Xbox just announced a new controller: the special edition Recon Tech wireless controller, to be released next month.
Sometimes, a keyboard doesn’t cut it. Sometimes, a sterile console controller doesn’t really capture the true undertones of a video game character. For example, I bet a screaming blender controller would better put me in touch with Overwatch’s Genji. For McCree, maybe a couple Snap Dragons and a water gun.
Today Microsoft introduces two new official colors to the Xbox One Wireless Controller line. There’s green and orange, which looks like an escapee from a Halo bundle, and sweet, delicious red, with its colorful candy buttons and delicious gummi analog sticks. It makes my teeth ache.
Nintendo’s 2017-slated Switch console will offer a competitive controller that seems to draw from Nintendo’s old GameCube controller as well as the Xbox’s. This is exciting for Wii U players who have long complained about the Wii U Pro controller’s layout. Here’s a breakdown of what’s interesting about the coming…
Last month Microsoft announced fans would be able to apply their own style to the Xbox One’s new wireless controller, creating a custom design to have shipped to their door. Mine just arrived, and it’s even prettier in person.
Custom peripheral maker Hit Box recently revealed the Smash Box, a custom-built Smash Bros. arcade controller that’s basically a GameCube controller with buttons instead of sticks.
I did not know you could 3D print with wood. Now I do, and given my fetish for the stuff when it comes to video games, I am very interested in mods like this.
Razer’s third-generation Xbox controller, the Wildcat is positioned as an alternative to Microsoft’s Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller. It is indeed a different way to pay $150 to control Xbox One and PC games, just not necessarily a better one.
If you were lucky enough to acquire one of the 12,300 limited edition 20th Anniversary PlayStation 4 consoles, then has Sony got the accessories for you! Otherwise, here’s some gray stuff.
It's difficult to imagine why someone would want such a thing, but years ago, Konami made a handheld Dance Dance Revolution controller:
Hannah Montana Plug & Play game.