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Arduino launches Esplora open source controller

Arduino launches Esplora open source controller

Tinkerers take note, because Arduino has launched its new Esplora controller, which just so happens to be customizable and open source. The Esplora is derived from the Arduino Leonardo, but unlike its predecessors, it comes equipped with a number of sensors and buttons out of the box. That means it should be at least relatively easy to just jump in once your Esplora arrives.

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PhoneJoy Play smartphone game controller hits Kickstarter

PhoneJoy Play smartphone game controller hits Kickstarter

If you're the sort who likes to play video games on the go using your Android smartphone, tablet, or iPhone you probably wished you had a game controller at some point. A new game controller specifically designed for mobile devices has turned up on Kickstarter. The device is called the PhoneJoy Play and supports just about any device you can think of.

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Kolos iPad gaming wheel seeks funding

Kolos iPad gaming wheel seeks funding

When it comes to playing racing games on consoles or the PC, having a racing wheel makes the games much more realistic and fun. We've seen racing wheels for smartphones in the past, but tablet gamers using the iPad have been left out. A new racing wheel has turned up on indiegogo called the Kolos that is designed specifically for the iPad.

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Nyko PlayPad and PlayPad Pro Android game controllers now available

Nyko PlayPad and PlayPad Pro Android game controllers now available

If you're a mobile gamer who likes the Android platform for gaming on the go, Nyko has announced availability for two Android gaming controllers. Both devices are available at multiple locations, including Amazon, GameStop, Walmart, and online. The devices include the PlayPad and the PlayPad Pro.

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PowerA Moga Mobile Gaming System now in stores

PowerA Moga Mobile Gaming System now in stores

If you're serious about your mobile gaming, odds are you would love to find a high quality and easy-to-use controller to replace the onscreen controls for your favorite games. PowerA has an interesting mobile gaming controller called the Moga that is now in stores and available for purchase. The control reminds more than a little of an aftermarket Xbox 360 controller.

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ThinkGeek 8-bitty wireless game controller now shipping

ThinkGeek 8-bitty wireless game controller now shipping

The last time we talked about the ThinkGeek 8-bitty wireless game controller for the iPhone, iPad, and Android devices was way back in February of 2012. At the time, the little old school Nintendo-style game controller was tipped to launch later this year at price of $25. If you liked what you saw in the controller, it is available and shipping right now from ThinkGeek.

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SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller and Flux Headset launch

SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller and Flux Headset launch

SteelSeries offers a variety of different gaming accessories and peripherals for mobile and computer gamers. The company has announced two new products are now available to purchase that are aimed at gamers on the go. Products include the SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller and the Flux Headset.

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X-Arcade offers Wii U controller adapter

X-Arcade offers Wii U controller adapter

X-Arcade makes some of the coolest arcade controllers out there that will take you right back to the arcade of your youth. The company makes large controllers with big joysticks and big buttons that appear to have come right off the Pac-Man game from 1980. The cool part is that the company also makes a number of adapters allowing you to use that controller with just about every game console available.

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Wii U pricing in Japan set at around $300

Wii U pricing in Japan set at around $300

This week Nintendo's Satoru Iwata spoke via live streaming video to the whole world straight from Japan on what the Wii U would be bringing the world - in pricing and release information form. There are two sets that have been revealed thus far, one of them being a basic set, the other bring a Premium Set, each hitting Japan on December 8. The Premium Set has been set for 31,500 yen while the Basic Set will cost you 26,250 - roughly converted, that's right around $350 and $300, but the final prices for the USA will likely be closer to $300 and $250 when all is said and done - and what's inside each package, you may ask?

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PS Vita 1.8 update brings 9 PSone Classics games to USA, 129 to EU

PS Vita 1.8 update brings 9 PSone Classics games to USA, 129 to EU

If you're living in North America and are excited about getting your first shot at a collection of classic PlayStation games on your PS Vita, you're in luck. So to speak, that is, as there's just 9 titles on this list. If you want to play a PSone Classics game, you'll be choosing from a list of 9 titles. You read that right. There's also a firmware update for the PS Vita if you like to make sure you're in the now, also.

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Sony unveils PlayStation Move Racing Wheel

Sony unveils PlayStation Move Racing Wheel

Want a use for that PlayStation Move that’s gathering dust in the corner? Sony has taken to the PlayStation blog to unveil the Move Racing Wheel controller, designed for driving games like Little Big Planet Karting and Gran Turismo. The Move slots into the middle of the controller, providing handle grips on the side along with the typical PlayStation controller buttons.

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Microsoft Chrome Series Xbox 360 controllers wow for $54.99 each

Microsoft Chrome Series Xbox 360 controllers wow for $54.99 each

There's a new set of Xbox 360 controllers out there for the masses starting in May, each of them chromed-out so you can shine all the way to the speedway and back. There's nothing quite like winning a first-person shooter headshot challenge with an unstained fire-red shiny new controller, and Microsoft is demonstrating here how well they know your need for reflections of greatness. These controllers will work with all Xbox 360 models on the market today and include the "transforming" D-pad you all know, love, and want.

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