Tag Archives: Gaming

Mad Catz Announces The M.O.J.O. Android Powered Console

Android gaming consoles have really exploded in popularity in the last year, arguably all starting with the OUYA. Now Mad Catz wants to get into the Android powered console wars, as they have introduced the M.O.J.O. console. We’re not sure if we needed another one, but if Mad Catz does it right, it might propel this market much further. In terms of… Read more

Wikipad Gaming Tablet Slated For June 11 Launch

The mobile gaming sector continues to grow and now manufacturers are taking notice and creating gaming-specific devices. The Wikipad is the latest of these devices and we now have an official launch date and price for it. On June 11, the Wikipad will launch for $249 in the US and will be available for purchase at Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and TigerDirect.com…. Read more

Midweek Poll: How Do You Use Your Tablet?

There are lots of different tablets out there; some 10″, some 7″, and some in between.  Luckily, the number of Android apps that are tablet compatible and optimized are growing every day which is awesome because we have some rad devices at our fingertips.  Also, I’m way excited to hear about this next generation Nexus 7 tablet, hopefully at Google… Read more

Archos GamePad Now On Sale For $179

If you really want an Android tablet that doubles as a gaming device, this might be perfect for you. The Archos GamePad is a 7″ Android Jelly Bean tablet with gaming controls flanking the sides. With a 1.6GHz dual core processor with a Mali-400 GPU, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, a 7 inch 1024×600 display, and Android 4.1, it’s not too shabby of a device…. Read more

10 Inch Wikipad Delayed, 7 Inch Replaces It At $249

We’ve been expecting the Wikipad (10 inches when introduced) for the longest time, but it’s faced a few delays. Whenever an unproven product faces delays, it’s always a bit scary that it’ll just fall off the face of the Earth. And with the major delays the 10 inch Wikipad faced, it was likely. However, the company pulled through, and instead of… Read more

NVIDIA Shows Project SHIELD Running Borderlands 2 Through Steam

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UF7V3h24w38 NVIDIA is starting a new video series called Project SHIELD PC Mondays, showing off more features of the SHIELD and teasing us when we have no release date or price point (cruelty). This video shows the Steam streaming functionality, with the person playing Borderlands 2 streaming from a… Read more

GameStick Kickstarter Over, Raised An Impressive $648,000

The GameStick has been a surprising hit on Kickstarter, evolving from an interesting product with a $100,000 goal to a completely redesigned one with many more features and almost $648,000 pledged by the time the campaign was over. It also went through a period where its Kickstarter page was taken down because of an intellectual dispute, though that was… Read more

NVIDIA Says Project SHIELD Will Not Be Sold At A Loss

Many consoles turn a profit on their ecosystem, at least at first. A perfect example is the original Xbox: it was sold at a loss, while Microsoft raked in money from games and content. They earned money from published games and everything on Xbox Live, so it ended up a good business strategy for them. But NVIDIA is not a content provider, it’s a… Read more

PowerA Unveils The MOGA Pro, A MOGA Beefed Up And Full Size

If you’re a fan of Bluetooth controllers for Android phones, MOGA is one of the best, if not the best. With the flip up arm to hold your device at a good angle, it makes mobile gaming easy and fun. The software and low app compatibility is not ideal, but that can be remedied by a few clever Android apps. However, what if you, like me, have big hands?… Read more