Posts Tagged: "mobile gaming"

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The Wikipad Gamevice Brackets Your Tablet With Controls

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Wikipad is one of several companies trying to turn Android gaming into a DS-killer. Whether it will be able to do so is an open question, of course, but in the meantime, that’s not going to stop them from trying to get a controller wrapped around your tablet. Feel The...

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PowerA MOGA Mobile Gaming System Review

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Gaming apps for smartphones have proliferated over the last few years, and it’s hard to complain against their low price and the number of genre-spanning titles that are now available. But touch-screen controls can’t beat the actual sensation of holding a controller whose buttons and joysticks ache to be mashed...

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2012 Holiday Gift Guide: PlayStation Vita

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For mobile gaming on the go, the choices are few but much more difficult than ever before. In many ways, the old allure of high-end versus low-end gaming on portable devices — a choice between Sony and Nintendo, respectively — was an easy one to make. Most people know what...

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ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T Review

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In the range of 10” tablets, the iPad reigns supreme. At just 9.7”, it is the unstoppable force that no company has managed to put a serious dent into for over two years. And while companies like Samsung have tried, their products have failed by comparison alone. ASUS has the...

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PowerA MOGA Android Game Controller (video)

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So you fancy yourself a mobile gamer, do you?  Then you’ve probably already checked out the Gameklip, which from where we stand is a sound investment if you already own a PS3 or a spare PS3 controller.  However, investing in both of those will set you back north of $50,...

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Assassin’s Creed Game For The iPhone Out Next Week

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While we all knew Assassin’s Creed for the consoles looked stellar, the lack of depth kept it from being a quality title.  To be released next week for the iPhone/Touch, I think that the reviews won’t be as critical this time around given the lack of hype.  Looking very streamlined,...