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Activision Top Shot Elite Controller Passes Through the FCC

Activision Top Shot Elite Controller Passes Through the FCC

There's plenty of video game controllers shaped like a gun, which are all designed to help the player experience their favorite First Person Shooter (FPS) title in a whole new way. With Activision's Top Shot Elite Controller, which recently passed through the FCC, they're making sure that you have plenty of options console wise to pick up the accessory.

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Nintendo Wii Remote Plus Landing in July November 11th, Gets Bundled with Wii Sports Resort

Nintendo Wii Remote Plus Landing in July November 11th, Gets Bundled with Wii Sports Resort

At first tipped, and then later confirmed by Nintendo, the Wii Remote Plus has been an accessory that many Wii owners have been waiting patiently for. Or perhaps not so patiently. Either way, the new accessory has been given a launch date, and it's been unveiled that the new controller will also be bundled with an old classic for the Wii. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like there's any indication as to when the new controller, or even the bundle, will be released internationally, which looks to be a growing trend for Nintendo.

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Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Controller Coming to the Nintendo Wii

Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Controller Coming to the Nintendo Wii

In most cases, a controller that's themed to a particular video game isn't something that we get all that excited about. But, of course, there are notable exceptions. While the TRON-themed controllers caught our eye a couple of months back, we're now forced to rationalize that a Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver is coming down the pipe, and it's headed for the Nintendo Wii. And, we can't pass up Doctor Who things.

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EVE multiboxing rig skirts gaming rules with complex controllers

EVE multiboxing rig skirts gaming rules with complex controllers

Naively we thought multiplayer gaming meant you and lots of other people all over the world coming together to play simultaneously, but Zhek Kromtor's multiboxing rig takes a slightly different approach.  Intended to allow him to log into the EVE virtual world as twelve separate characters, the convoluted system - which has multiple mice and keyboards, all stuck together with dowels - is intended to get around EVE's block on so-called software multiboxing, where keyboard/mouse sharing apps are used to speedily control multiple characters.

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