Nintendo Labo is a fun and unique Switch add-on -- a Lego-meets-Ikea cardboard construction set that will unlock kids’ real-world creativity.
The Mad Catz Xbox 360 HDMI Conversion Kit delivers exactly what it promises--but you should only get it if you're looking to reduce cable clutter.
The Schmartz PS3IR-PRO is an expensive IR-to-Bluetooth converter for the PS3, but it works great and puts your universal remote back in charge of your home theater.
If you fancy ergonomic comforts in your office, the NeueChair could be your thing.
If you're looking for a convenient way to charge a couple of Xbox 360 wireless controls at the same time, the Xbox 360 Energizer Power & Play Charging System is a reasonable option--though it's not the only one.
The ps3toothfairy costs a lot for its limited purpose, but it allows your universal remote to fully control your PS3 and adds some advanced user-configurable options.
Australian start-up Realm wants to bring a dash of fitness to your gaming with its energy-measuring, resistance band motion control system.
Get ready for living-room gaming, Amazon-style: a new controller aims to bring games to the big screen with Fire TV.
Don't care for the built-in headphones on your Oculus Rift headset? You can replace those on-ear cans with these Earphones -- for a price.
A charger that fixes everything -- except your lousy Mario Kart time trial stats.
MyCharge's PowerGame has a clean design and a built-in kickstand that makes it one of the better charging packs for the Switch.
If you really must have an iPhone gamepad, the Gamevice is a pretty decent pick; however, lackluster support from Apple (and game developers) still make it hard to recommend.
The wireless headset has haptic feedback to make gameplay more immersive. And, of course, it lights up.
Gaming audio industry vets have combined to form Lucid Sound, a new gaming peripheral company. The brand's first multiplatform headset, the LS-30, is debuting at CES 2016.
The Nyko SpeakerCom is the perfect accessory for any gamer who's ever wanted to ditch the Xbox Live headset.
Though it provides some of the best motion control we've seen in games, a few issues and a lackluster launch library may have you waiting to buy the PlayStation Move.