Game Controller

Top 3 Game Controllers for Apple TV

Top 3 Game Controllers for Apple TV

You can have fun with plenty of games on Apple TV with the Siri Remote, but serious gamers should consider buying a compatible game controller. In fact some of the more intense games for Apple TV require that you have one. They’re relatively inexpensive and can successfully turn your Apple TV set-top box into a step below, but still delightfully affordable video game console.

Valve is offering its Complete Pack of games for free for Steam Link early adopters for lack of Mac support

Valve is offering its Complete Pack of games for free for Steam Link early adopters for lack of Mac support

Valve recently started sending out its Steam Link machine, along with the Steam Controller, to those who pre-ordered the set-top box and controller.

Apple’s clip-on iPhone controller and keyboard detailed in new patent

Apple’s clip-on iPhone controller and keyboard detailed in new patent

While you’ll find a ton of third-party game controllers and keyboards for the iPhone these days, a new Apple patent granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office suggests the company may have been close to launching a number of solutions of its own.

Apple is now selling the SteelSeries Stratus XL gaming controller in stores and online

Apple is now selling the SteelSeries Stratus XL gaming controller in stores and online

In January 2014, SteelSeries introduced the Stratus Bluetooth iOS game controller, and now the company is back with another announcement regarding its bigger sibling.

You can now play iPhone, iPad games with iOS 7 controller support using your PS3 DualShock Controller [Updated]

You can now play iPhone, iPad games with iOS 7 controller support using your PS3 DualShock Controller [Updated]

Apple added native support for game controllers with iOS 7, but the initial crop of controllers are quite expensive, and not that good. If you’ve been longing to use your PS3 controller to play games on your iPhone and iPad, we’ve got some good news for you.

Here’s why the first crop of iPhone Game Controllers have been a flop

Here’s why the first crop of iPhone Game Controllers have been a flop

Apple added official support for Made for iOS Game Controllers in iOS 7, and we’ve seen several companies release iPhone game controllers in different form-factors to largely unimpressive reviews, despite their high $100 price-tag. So why aren’t MFi game controllers as good as other controllers?

SteelSeries’ Stratus is the first Bluetooth Wireless Game Controller for iOS

SteelSeries’ Stratus is the first Bluetooth Wireless Game Controller for iOS

Apple added official support for Made for iOS Game Controllers in iOS 7, but the game controllers launched till now all connect via the Lightning port. SteelSeries today launched Stratus, the first wireless game controller that connects via Bluetooth.

Leaked photos of Razer’s Kazuyo iPhone Game Controller

Leaked photos of Razer’s Kazuyo iPhone Game Controller

If you’re planning to buy the MFi (Made for iPhone) game controller than you will soon have another option in addition to MOGA’s Ace Power and Logitech’s Powershell.

Logitech’s PowerShell: Is this iOS 7 gaming controller any better than the Moga Ace Power?

Logitech’s PowerShell: Is this iOS 7 gaming controller any better than the Moga Ace Power?

Of the many new features in iOS 7, one of the most hyped has been support for game controllers. Yesterday, we shared a review of the first of such controllers to hit the market, the Moga Ace Power. According to TouchArcade, the $100 price tag is far too high, the build quality wasn’t up to snuff, and sadly, not a lot of games take advantage of the controller.

The first official iOS 7 Game Controller is now out, be prepared to shell out $99 to own one

The first official iOS 7 Game Controller is now out, be prepared to shell out $99 to own one

When it comes to mobile gaming, nothing beats iOS. Not even the dedicated systems from Nintendo and Sony offer the wide assortment of games found in Apple’s App Store. There’s just one problem, however, and it’s input. Touch screens are great for lots of things, even gaming, but sometimes you just need an analog stick and a few buttons to get the most out of a title. Luckily, with the release of iOS 7, Apple added support for game controllers. The first product to take advantage of these new APIs is now available.