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Who Needs A Gaming Steering Wheel When You Can 3D Printed A Mini One?

Are you still playing racing video games with a thumb stick game controller? Well, if so, you must have super dexterity with your thumb or you are just OK with less-than-ideal turns (read: you suck at the game). Me? I am the latter. That’s why I have the official Playstation Logitech steering wheel hooked up to my ancient PS3. But if I had a Xbox, I would probably not spend that kind of money. Instead, I would have 3D printed this Xbox Game Controller Mini Steering Wheel. Continue reading Who Needs A Gaming Steering Wheel When You Can 3D Printed A Mini One?

If Darth Vader Played Video Games, This Would Be The Chair He’d Use

Whether you are slugging out on the virtual battlefield in Star Wars Battlefront, or reliving the good’ol Star Wars Trilogy at home, you will want to do it in Imperial style with the Star Wars Darth Vader and Stormtrooper Gaming Chairs. Why? Because, Darth Vader and Stormtrooper. Duh. The two chairs shared the same features, differing only aesthetically. Continue reading If Darth Vader Played Video Games, This Would Be The Chair He’d Use

Thermaltake Takes Cool Seat Too Literally By Embedding Fans In The Seat

When you are in competitive gaming, sitting on the hot seat is a good thing, but not quite if the seat is literally hot after hours of sitting on it. So, if you rather not have a heated bum, then Thermaltake X Comfort Air Gaming Chair is the seat you want your ass to rest on. It is literally the coolest seat you can find in the market because, it actually has fans slipped under the seat to quell the temperature by 0.6-1.5 degrees Celsius (33-34 Fahrenheit). By numbers, the so-called cooling may not look like much, but it should help to take away some heat. Continue reading Thermaltake Takes Cool Seat Too Literally By Embedding Fans In The Seat

PELDA Pro Makes Nintendo Switch Dock Obsolete, Extends Battery Life

Nintendo Switch is marketed as a hybrid console. It is a video game console that is also a handheld gaming device. It is all good as a console, but as a handheld device, it has the same problems as with any handheld gadgets. Being portable, it is at risk of knocks and bumps, and also, battery life. This is where PELDA Pro comes in. It is a battery case that not only offers protection for your Nintendo Switch but also offers 6,000 mAh of extra battery life to extend your on-the-go gaming – up to six hours, to be exact. Battery case for Switch is not new at all, what separates PELDA Pro from its competition is, it comes with a HDMI which lets you connect to TV anytime without the need to lug along the Nintendo-supplied dock. Now, that’s absolutely dope. Continue reading PELDA Pro Makes Nintendo Switch Dock Obsolete, Extends Battery Life

These Cases Will Have Your Nintendo Switch’s Mobility Covered

I am sure you already knew that the much anticipated Nintendo console, Switch, has already hit the market and you probably also know that it is marketed as sociable game console in that multiplayers can actually play face-to-face as opposed to current norm of faceless online multiplayer gaming. That being said, it is safe to say that Switch would be the most lugged around gaming console in the history of video game console to date, save for those dedicated portable gaming devices and therefore, on-the-road protection should be any Switch owner’s priority. Continue reading These Cases Will Have Your Nintendo Switch’s Mobility Covered

Pokémon Go Plus Wearable Will Save Your Smartphone Some Precious Juice

Pokémon Go is an addictive game that is a serious smartphone juice buster, and the constant glancing at your device’s screen for a possible Pokéstop or Pokémon is a serious threat to an otherwise danger-free walk. The solution is Pokémon Go for WatchOS, or third-party hack for Android Wear, but what if you don’t have a smartwatch? Well, fret not, cos’ there’s the Nintendo Pokémon Go Plus Wearable. And no, it is not a smartwatch from Nintendo, but it could very well be better than a smartwatch to hardcore Pokémon Go addicts. Continue reading Pokémon Go Plus Wearable Will Save Your Smartphone Some Precious Juice

You Can Throw This Real Pokéball To Catch Pokémon On Pokémon Go

So far, the closest thing you will get to being a ‘real’ Pokémon trainer is a Pokédex-like smartphone battery case and a Pokéball power bank which obviously can’t be thrown like the ‘real thing’. But this thing here, the Real-life Motion-sensing Pokéball, is something that is designed to be thrown and catches Pokémon too. In other words, it is an accessory for those who take Pokémon Go a little too seriously. With an enclosure made out of soft rubberized foam material, this real life (and functional) Pokéball is packed with accelerometer and Bluetooth module to enable you to throw a tangible ball at the Pokémon that appears on your Pokémon Go game. Continue reading You Can Throw This Real Pokéball To Catch Pokémon On Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go Detector On Android Wear Lets You Catch Em’all Like A Pro

Everyone who plays Pokémon Go knows that. With the GPS almost always on, high graphics and the works, your phone’s battery isn’t going to last for more than a handful of PokéStop or PokéGym, let alone bagging all the monsters there are to bag. Portable battery or power bank is an awesome proposition (more so if it looks like Kanto-era Pokédex, if we may add), but what you really need is something that will relieve the taxation on your mind and the battery, and the Pokémon PokéDetector App for Android is just the app you need. Continue reading Pokémon Go Detector On Android Wear Lets You Catch Em’all Like A Pro

Retro Receiver Adds Bluetooth To NES, So You Can Game Wirelessly

Good news, 8-bit NES console users. The days of controller being tethered to the console is over – thanks to this nifty gadget accessory called Retro Receiver developed by Analogue and 8bitdo. This compact wireless adapter lets you turn any original NES model, as well as Analogue Nt and other aftermarket NES system (as long as they have the NES-style controller port) into one that you can game wirelessly with any 8bitdo controller or arcade stick, or if you desired, any modern day controllers from PS3, PS4, Wii, and Wii U. Continue reading Retro Receiver Adds Bluetooth To NES, So You Can Game Wirelessly

Controller Gear Outs Special Halo Edition Xbox One Controller Stand

If you’re super proud of your Xbox One… controller and also happens to be a massive Halo fan, then you might be interested in this special edition Halo: The Master Chief Collection Controller Stand. Officially licensed by Microsoft Xbox, the Halo: The Master Chief Collection Controller Stand is the first special edition controller stand announced to mark the launch of the Halo: The Master Chief Collection, a collection of custom game graphics running up to the major Xbox game launches in 2015. So what does the stand do? Well, instead of leaving your controller lying around, the Controller Stand offers a home to ‘dock’ your controller in an almost showroom-like style and doubles as a handy stand for one-handed navigation through your Xbox One dashboard. Continue reading Controller Gear Outs Special Halo Edition Xbox One Controller Stand