Update February 17, 2015: Gamestop is currently offering a $50 bundle of a Wii U GameCube Adapter and one GameCube controller, to ship May 1. If you’re holding out for the official Adapter, this is the easiest way to guarantee you’ll get one.
controllers Stories February 5, 2015
controllers Stories January 23, 2015
Our last Gaming For Couples article looked at Nintendo’s Wii U as a complete package — it’s arguably the easiest console to recommend to casual gamers, lapsed players, and young families. But Microsoft’s Xbox One has started to surge as an alternative. For only $50 more than the Wii U, you get a much more powerful console, and unlike Nintendo, Microsoft has the support of a huge number of third-party developers.
There’s another big difference: even top-selling Xbox One games are discounted, which makes this console a great choice to play both Microsoft exclusives and cross-platform releases. In this week’s Gaming For Couples, we walk through the best Xbox One bundle options, as well as the top couple-friendly games, demos, and accessories out there.
controllers Stories January 12, 2015
In celebration of CES 2015, gaming peripheral company Razer has announced a special sale starting this evening at 9pm EST. It will be handing out one-time use promo codes that will net customers 50% off peripherals or 30% off Razer systems on the RazerStore. All of the company’s highly rated gadgets and systems are eligible including headsets, controllers, keyboards and the Blade gaming systems.
Although fairly straight forward, there are a few steps to run through in order to receive the promo code:
controllers Stories September 20, 2014
Update (9/27): Thanks for all of the entries into our Small States giveaway, @broni, @phillsea and @EGHSPrincipalRI are our winners and they have been contacted.
Small States features small companies that design and manufacture within the United States.
Founder Dan Sullivan started the journey that would eventually lead to the development and release of his music products in the Apple Store as a synth circuit designer. Being a banjo and guitar player himself, he was always interested in bringing the two worlds together to create unique musical performance technology that would accommodate string players. Born out of that motivation, Minneapolis, Minnesota based Zivix is comprised of a small core group of passionate individuals set to create and release innovative new music products that meet the demands of modern day musicians.
controllers Stories July 10, 2014