Let’s check back in with the Indiegogo campaign for the Arkade Blaster. It has blasted past its goal, earning 223% of what it asked for with nine extra days to go.
The Arkade Motion Blaster uses the screen of any smartphone as a portable monitor for your PC games. Then its sensors act as your camera controls, so you can tilt the device around as if you were really aiming in the game. The Arkade is compatible with Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Halo, Rainbow Six, Counter Strike, PUBG, Fortnite and hundreds of other popular titles.
Slowly but surely, Nintendo is correcting some of the errors it made in the Switch’s first few months. We’ve been promised cloud saving storage is on the way, and now comes word of a method of playing the machine while charging it at the same time. To illustrate the problem: What if you want to use the Switch AND charge it while resting it on its kickstand? Impossible — the charge port is built into the BOTTOM of the unit.
The PlayStation 3 is getting its very own set of official mouse and keyboard peripherals!
Leading gaming peripherals manufacturer Nyko Technologies® today announced the Zoom for Kinect is now available nationwide in stores and online for an MSRP of $29.99. With a series of proprietary lenses and a simple clip-on design, the Zoom lets players enjoy Microsoft Kinect games in 40% less space, and requires no additional power or batteries. Perfect for apartments, dorms and small living rooms, Zoom lets two people play Kinect in a space that would otherwise only accommodate one person, and is compatible with any Kinect game. A breakout hit at E3 2011, the Zoom was nominated for Best Hardware in Show by IGN, GameSpot, Machinima and G4 X-Play.