peripherals

Nintendo Wii Classic Controller in Gold Included in Goldeneye 007 Classic Edition

Nintendo Wii Classic Controller in Gold Included in Goldeneye 007 Classic Edition

When most video game players think about First Person Shooters (FPS), one of the highest-ranking titles is Goldeneye. It's present on the Nintendo 64 way back in the day was an explosive one, and it provided countless hours of gaming bliss for a countless number of players out there. With the announcement that Goldeneye would be getting a new breath of life for the Nintendo Wii, people started immediately wondering how it would play with the Wii's motion controller. Well, you can also go the "classic" route, if you want -- and it even includes a Classic Controller to go along with it.

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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse $69.95 MRSP spotted; due September?

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse $69.95 MRSP spotted; due September?

Details on Microsoft's Arc Touch Mouse continue to dribble out, with the peripheral now showing up with an official MRSP on a reseller price list.  According to that list, the Arc Touch Mouse will be priced at $69.95 - unsurprisingly falling into line with Apple's multitouch peripherals, the Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad.  Meanwhile, there's also talk of when we can expect to see the Arc Touch Mouse arrive.

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Asus CineVibe Headphones Feature Rumble Feedback

Asus CineVibe Headphones Feature Rumble Feedback

Not only do you want to get the full experience visually, but the same goes for audio, too. Especially when you're playing a video game. If you're just going the mediocre route, then your experience just won't be the best it can be. That's why when a gamer looks at headphones, they have to be sure they're getting the best of the best. Especially for the money they can potentially drop on the pieces of hardware. Asus has a new pair available, called the CineVibe, and just as you might imagine, that "vibe" part is more than just a cool name.

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Snowflake Speakers Shown Off, We Want Them

Snowflake Speakers Shown Off, We Want Them

In today's market, there are plenty of home audio solutions. There's even more that let you plug in your iPod Touch or iPhone. Basically, they're all over the place. And, while we can't say anything really bad about them, because they work just fine (for the most part), we can say that most of them look relatively similar to the other one. Here's the solution to that problem: snowflake speakers.

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CTA Assault Rifle PS3 Controller Unveiled, Costs $65 [Video]

CTA Assault Rifle PS3 Controller Unveiled, Costs $65 [Video]

CTA and their video game accessories are no stranger to these parts. Truth be told, we generally show them off because of the over-the-top nature. There's not many times you can say you've seen an inflatable race car that works with your Nintendo Wii, now is there? With the company revealing the Assault Rifle PlayStation 3 controller, they're keeping up with their ridiculousness, but bringing it into the world of the hardcore gamer.

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Mad Catz Announces $500 Worth of Flight Simulator Goodness

Mad Catz Announces $500 Worth of Flight Simulator Goodness

We're not sure if there's still a huge market for flight simulators. It's been awhile since we've even seen anything come on the radar about them. Sure, there are plenty of aircraft-based games, where you've got that fighter jet and you're blowing things up, but that's not a simulator. And, for the most part, you might not need these many buttons to shoot down the enemy. (At least, not in the game.) And, while $500 worth of simulating peripherals may seem like the right thing to do, it's troubling when $500 doesn't get you everything you need.

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inPulse smartwatch one step closer to release

inPulse smartwatch one step closer to release

It's taking a while, but the inPulse smartwatch for BlackBerry handsets is one step closer to commercial launch, with the news that the components have now turned up ready for assembly.  The smartwatch basically hooks up to your BlackBerry via Bluetooth and acts as a remote wireless display: you can preview the ID of incoming calls, see message headers and manage alarms without having to take your phone out of your pocket.

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