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.
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.
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.
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.
The new Steam Machines controller prototype is a step in the right direction, but its haptic touch pads still take a lot of getting used to.
Google Glass competitors are on their way, and we've seen them at CES 2013.
As ugly and cumbersome as it makes the 3DS, the Circle Pad Pro is actually a great-performing accessory that improves the control range of games that it's compatible with.
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.
While the Nyko Charge Base IC goes for a few dollars more than we'd like to pay, its magnetic induction, auxiliary USB port, and power toggle separate it from other charging systems we've seen.
The Action Pak provides a better shooting experience than the Zapper or the Perfect Shot and is recommended for any Wii gamer who is serious about the genre.
Wii MotionPlus definitely provides some impressive moments in gaming; we just wish it was incorporated in the original Wii remote.
While we wished it cost a bit less, the Konnet PS3 and Xbox 360 Power Pyramid is a solid gaming accessory that will appeal to dual-console owners.
A few design flaws with the Energizer 4X Charging System may have you better off just buying the company's rechargeable batteries separately.
The iRecord Pro provides an exceedingly simple way to record video content to a variety of portable devices, including the iPhone and the PSP, but the high price tag and lack of a scheduling feature make it a questionable investment for all but the most computer-phobic users.
The IR2BTci is the most advanced IR-to-Bluetooth converter we've tested, but most users will be fine with cheaper alternatives.
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.
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.