game controllers

Leap Motion Controller review: A Mac controller that you don't touch

Many people have been wondering what Apple will do with the technology they acquired when they bought Primesense, the Israeli developer of the 3D sensor technology Microsoft used in the first Kinect peripheral for the Xbox 360 video game console. That's still anyone's guess. But if you'd like a Kinect-like interface for your Mac, you can buy one today thanks to Leap Motion. How well does it work? Let's take a look.

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Signal shows off console-style gamepad for iOS at #CESlive

Signal is a brand new MFi controller designed for iOS - it's a full-sized game controller that looks a lot like one you might find on an Xbox. It's got dual thumbsticks, a d-pad, action buttons, shoulder buttons and works with any iOS 7 game that supports MFi game controllers. Georgia gets her hands on a pre-production unit!

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SteelSeries offers wireless game controller for iOS 7 devices

Game peripheral maker SteelSeries on Monday announced its Stratus wireless game controller. It's available for pre-order on their web site for $99.99.

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Riptide GP 2 update adds support for iPhone game controllers

Riptide GP 2 from Vector Unit is one of the finest iOS games we've played this year, and over the holiday period it got even better, more specifically for folks who have picked up an iPhone game controller. Support for MFi game controllers is still something that a minority of gamers will be looking for, but a definite bonus when top titles such as this add it.

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Razer reportedly working on iPhone game controller

Performance PC game peripheral maker Razer is working on an iPhone game controller, according to Evan Nelson Blass, a technology writer who posts to Twitter under the moniker @evleaks. Blass posted what appears to be a rendering of a device with a Razer logo on it on his Twitter account.

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Moga Ace Power game controller for iPhone is official

Previously rumored, the Moga Ace Power game controller for iPhone is now official. The $99 accessory is now available to reserve online, and offers compatibility with iOS 7 on the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 and 5th generation iPod touch.

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MOGA controller for iPhone leaks out, gamers start salivating

MOGA already makes some pretty fantastic game controller add-ons for gamers on other mobile platforms, but what we see here is purported to be the company's first specifically for iPhone. Posted by notorious leaker, @evleaks, this is claimed to be the MOGA Ace Power complete with 1800mAh on-board battery.

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Unity updated with MFi game controller support for iOS 7

Unity, the game engine used to create countless titles for iOS and other platforms, got a 4.2.2 update that the company announced via its blog on Friday. Among the changes is support for game controllers in iOS, according to Unity.

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Amiga Games coming to the App Store, compatible with iOS 7 game controllers

Classic gaming fans rejoice, Amiga Games has today announced distribution of its catalog of titles through the App Store in time for the 2013 holiday season. Better yet, with iOS 7 each and every one will be compatible with game controllers, as confirmed by Patrick Roberts, President of Amiga Games:

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Nintendo and stopping shorter on the hardware chain

There's a lot of Nintendo talk in the Apple community at the moment - here included - likely because both are beloved brands that have created fantastic products from an integration of hardware and software. Both have also been the underdog, battled their way to industry leadership, and yet are still often looked at as beleaguered, unable to continue the streak of innovations past, and eventually, inevitably, doomed. John Siracusa wrote a typically thoughtful piece about Nintendo in crisis on Hypercritical:

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