It's no secret that gaming's presence at CES can barely be felt, but we were lucky enough to find some diamonds in the rough, including a few that made us want to.
While there was no new gaming software to be found, there was a respectable amount of gaming hardware and accessories that stole our attention. Nyko stood out with the company'sand and Mad Catz showed off Street Fighter IV-branded . We were wowed by the , but unfortunately getting it all set up requires a few expensive add-ons.
We were upset to see a lack of products devoted solely to game consoles like we had. So where does this leave gaming's future at CES? Believe it or not, gaming actually had more of a showing at this year than it did in '08, so we'd imagine to see an incremental increase next year. Keep in mind, a lot of third-party hardware and accessories are a result of the Wii, a console that lends itself very well to the production of such items.
Check out these other notable CES gaming stories and slide shows:
- Saitek showed us a
- Does this improve on the Wiimote?
- The thought-controlled
- DreamGear WarBeast gaming guitar: An exact replica of the B.C. Rich WarBeast guitar
- The puts a new spin on surround-sound gaming
- Mad Catz lets you program 11 buttons with the