The guys over at XCM can’t stop modding stuff. They started out offering colorful illuminated casemods for video game consoles, then for their controllers, and now, they’re even offering a light-up mod for the Xbox 360 Kinect.
Your Batman: Arkham City Experience just got a lot neater. Power A has a new Batarang controller for you would-be caped crusaders who own either a Sony PS3 or an Xbox 360. They look pretty sweet and are perfect for your Bat-cave.
And I thought I’d seen the best steampunk video game controller. This thing of beauty is the work of Minister Morbid of the custom controller maker MorbidStix. It has a (faux) antique burl wood finish, copper rivet embellishments and real leather grips.
Are you worried about the fact that your bank doesn’t allow you to handle your transactions by using gestures? (Well, there’s the one fingered gesture that we would all sometimes like to flip all of our banks.)
If your Xbox 360 needs more storage space for downloaded games, movies and other content, a new, bigger hard drive is on the way. The new HDD will connect to your game console easily. The drive is also priced reasonably at $129.99 (USD) MSRP.
You probably already know Calibur11 for their elaborate and over-the-top gaming console cases. Now they are unleashing a brand new design for the highly anticipated Battlefield 3 game. The BF3 Vault looks rugged, bad-ass and ready to go to war.
Here’s an instant upper for Xbox 360 gamers. Xbox director of programming Major Nelson recently released an .mp3 of the instantly recognizable Achievement Unlocked blip. Yes, it’s barely two seconds long, but that’s two seconds that many gamers work for days or even weeks to hear.
Back in 2007, PC gamers were gifted with one of the coolest and most ground-breaking video games to ever come to the computer. The game was called Crysis, and PC gamers everywhere wept at the graphics and the way the game could crush even the most high-end gaming PCs.
Self-defense is a good thing to know. It’s not just about safety either. It’s a good way to get some exercise too. Forget personal trainers that cost a fortune. The Microsoft Kinect seems like the perfect way to learn how to take on foes while in the comfort of your own home.
Would you believe that what you’re looking at here is an Xbox 360 console? Yeah, me neither. But it is. A modder going by the name Kier created this mean green machine using a modified Lian-Li PC-XB01 case, loaded with extras.
Last Christmas my daughter wanted the Kinect along with the Kinectimals game that has the tiger stuffed toy inside. Naturally, Santa bought the Kinect and the game to her and it turned out she didn’t want the game, just the tiger inside the box.
Most of us have our game consoles right next to our TVs, near the rest of our gear because we don’t have many other options. If you want the freedom to put it anywhere you like, including the car, MountMe has launched a new console mount that allows you to do just that.
Gears of War fans are going to love this new Gears themed controller from Evil Controllers. Are those bullet buttons? Why yes they are. I love how the skulls on red background look nice and dimensional as well.
Tired of your boring old Xbox 360 controller with its monochromatic analog thumbsticks? Well here’s a cool way to bring a little color into your world. XCM has just revealed their LED thumbsticks for the Xbox 360 controller.
Well, that Star Wars Xbox 360 might be delayed (until 2012), but this limited edition Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 still is on track and it looks pretty cool. The console will feature an MW3-inspired design on the console itself, and on two matching wireless controllers.
There used to be a time when people would only have one video game console, and you’d have “Nintendo” fans and “Sega” fanatics, but gamers now tend to have more than one gaming console to take care of their needs.