Sure, 2014 may not have started with a bang when it comes to blockbuster video games, but there is plenty to play right now. You just have to know where to look.
Will controllers turn iOS devices into true handheld game devices? Rockstar's newest Grand Theft Auto on iOS is the best reason yet to get one.
Gigabyte's X7 gets an upgrade since it first appeared at CES 2014, while the X3 Plus makes a claim for a "world's most powerful" status.
Following news that Apple would support Bluetooth game controllers with iOS 7, ClamCase gives the first concrete look at the future of iOS gaming.
As iOS 7 rolls out to the public, anticipation builds for iPhone game controllers and apps optimized for the iPhone 5S's A7 chip. It's all part of Apple's plan to keep the mobile gaming crown.
Got yourself a new Nexus 7 tablet? These visually stunning games should put your device's graphics capabilities to the test. Oh, and they're fun to play, too.
A small allowance for third-party game controllers could be a huge move for iOS gaming in the immediate future.
Take a bland 14-inch ultrabook, add Nvidia graphics, and you've got an on-the-go entertainment hub.
According to a Twitter leak, the company is readying a tablet launch for a device featuring a 7-inch screen and big bezel.
The Nvidia Tegra Note packs the company's latest mobile hardware and will only set you back £180. It's a real 7-inch rival to the new Nexus 7.