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Joysticks

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Xbox One Phantom White Controller

Xbox One Phantom White Controller

Like the Phantom Black controller, Microsoft’s latest controller features a semi-translucent shell, which allows you to see the components inside. It has a textured grip, remappable buttons, and wireless connectivity. Compatible with all Xbox One consoles and Windows 10.

Bottomless Joystick 2

Bottomless Joystick 2

Joysticks are one of the most popular and useful computer input devices. But they don’t work without something to hold their base in place. Yuichiro Katsumoto’s innovative joystick design uses servos to provide the same kinetic feedback but in mid-air.

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Deal: NES & SNES Bluetooth Gamepads

Deal: NES & SNES Bluetooth Gamepads

Play today’s latest games in retro style with these awesome Nintendo-inspired game controllers. They work via Bluetooth with Windows, Mac or PS3, and the included Retro Receiver lets you play the original Nintendo and Super Nintendo consoles wirelessly.

Xtension Retro Arcade Controller

Xtension Retro Arcade Controller

Turn any PC or Mac into a retro arcade system with Rec Room Masters‘ Xtension control board. It packs arcade-grade buttons and joysticks for 2 players, a trackball, and 10 LED menu buttons. Preconfigured for MAME. Also available in classic game color schemes.

A Brief History of Game Controllers

A Brief History of Game Controllers

For those of you who don’t have that awesome poster from Pop Chart Labs, here’s another way to recall some of the greatest – and oddest – video game controllers which have kept us playing our video games since their earliest days, courtesy of Super Deluxe.

The Xbox One Controller

The Xbox One Controller

An in-depth look at how the new controller keeps the best of the Xbox 360’s along with numerous refinements, such as improved grip, rumble triggers, internal batteries, Kinect integration, and the ability to go wired for precision FPSing.

Razer Sabertooth for Xbox 360/PC

Razer Sabertooth for Xbox 360/PC

It has 6 extra buttons, 2 at the shoulders and 2 switches at the back. Map commands from the face buttons to the extra ones and you never have to take your hands off the analog sticks.

Evolution Drone Controller

Evolution Drone Controller

A Bluetooth gaming controller that works with Android, iOS or WinMo to return tactile control to touchscreen devices. No word yet on game compatibility, but it will look good playing them.

ION iCade Mobile

ION iCade Mobile

Uses Bluetooth to add a D-Pad and physical buttons to your iPhone or iPod Touch – this handy gadget works in both landscape and portrait modes, and works with more than 100 games. Coming soon.

Fling iPad Joystick

Fling iPad Joystick

Ten One Design’s iPad add-on provides tactile feedback to games that offer a virtual on-screen joystick. Designed to feel like an analog stick, the Fling attaches to your screen using suction cups.

X-Arcade Solo Joystick

X-Arcade Solo Joystick

The masters of arcade controls are back with a stick for 1-player. The heavy-duty joystick weighs a whopping 12 pounds, works with PC, Mac, Linux or just about any game console with an adapter.

Clear Classic USB Joystick

Clear Classic USB Joystick

Retro Thing’s Clear Classic USB Joystick is a true retro blast with Atari 2600 emulator w/80 games and MAME support; also: connect it to an arcade joystick plus 8 additional controls.

Tekken 6 Flight Stick

Tekken 6 Flight Stick

Tekken 6’s Limited Edition is a smorgasbord of goodies: you’ll get a wireless filght stick and artbook; Gamestop buyers will also get a Cardboard Tube Samurai courtesy Penny Arcade.

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PS3 Rumble Joystick

PS3 Rumble Joystick

XCM’s Rumble Joystick is the first to be compatible with the PS3; beyond the rockin’ and rollin’, it includes 4 memory buttons with up to 20 moves each, rapid fire and turbo modes.

Real Arcade Pro EX SE

Real Arcade Pro EX SE

Hori’s Real Arcade Pro EX SE is as close as you’ll get to the real arcade experience; the Xbox 360 controller is made with parts from Seimetsu, who builds real arcade cabinets.

Mad Catz Cyborg X

Mad Catz Cyborg X

For flight sim players who can’t have too many buttons, Mad Catz’ Cyborg X joystick delivers; it features 11 programmable buttons (double that if you press the shift button).

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