If you’ve been following our site for at least a year, then you might remember us talking about the Razer Turret back during CES 2015. Back during that show we sat down with Razer to try out the then new Razer ForgeTV along with a couple of different new Bluetooth peripherals, those being the Sevral Controller and the Turret lapboard and mouse combo. Well after over a year of additional development, the Turret is now finally available for purchase.
Samsung has announced some new, gaming specific features for their upcoming flagship devices. They’ve added or tweaked a handful of things, compared to previous releases. If these pan out, it could mean that gamers take these phones more seriously. The models in question are the Samsung Galaxy S7, and the SGS7 Edge.
Now that the holidays are over, as is CES, we can sort of get back to some of our regular lives, at least for a couple of weeks till the next big conference. In the meantime, we can get back to posting some of the cool deals over on our store and today we have two of them. There is the NES30 Pro Bluetooth Game Controller and the Mighty Marquee Desk Light to check out.
Today’s DroidGamers Deal is for a rather neat Bluetooth controller called the SNES30. This particular controller is an exact replica of the original SNES controllers from back in the day, right down to the controller’s actual size and everything. For a Bluetooth controller, this has quite a few nifty features as well.
Steelseries originally released the new Stratus XL game controller for iOS devices, with the Android/Windows version currently being worked on as well. Then in June this year Steelseries released the Android version of the Stratus XL Bluetooth game controller for Android devices, which can also be used with Windows as well.
DIY projects are always cool because you not only get to check out what other people do when feeling particularly creative at any given time, but generally also get to learn how it is done and possibly even do it yourself. Technically we don’t really get to learn how to make this custom arcade cabinet for 4-players that also happens to be powered by an Ouya game console from Burd Bros Custom Arcade. But with the right parts and a little planning, you could take on trying to build one of these yourself.
Back during E3 2012 we ran into a gaming peripheral that was cool and unique considering we’ve never seen anything like it before. This gaming peripheral comes in the form of Bluetooth enabled dice for use with board games on any platform (smartphones, tablets, etc) that accepts Bluetooth connections.
PowerA has sent out word that their MOGA mobile gaming system has finally begun arriving on the store shelves at 1,150 AT&T locations across the USA for the usual price of $49.99. For those of you who are still unfamiliar with the MOGA controller, it allows for your phone to clip right into it, offering up all the standard buttons you could want in a full-size controller although slightly smaller in size and with the phone clasp. It can also double as a tablet gaming controller as well since it runs through Bluetooth.
When it comes to gaming peripherals available for mobile gaming there is no shortage of them available. Everything from the compact Zeemote to the new Nyko gamepades or even the entire gaming system set-up called MOGA. Now we can add bluetooth enabled dice to the list.
While the name is a bit odd, Sunflex will be releasing a new wireless controller designed specifically for mobile gaming on iOS and Android called the Snakebyte iDroid:con. We do get where the name comes from but it could have been better. Still, with that said, this controller is your typical PS3 style controller.