Yet another Android game console guns for Xbox, PlayStation
The explosive growth of mobile gaming, particularly on Android devices, has opened the door for video game companies to take an established, open source ecosystem and design consoles around it.
Ouya became the first high-profile launch earlier this year and others have followed. Now Mad Catz, most well known for third-party controllers and accessories, has revealed the details for its own M.O.J.O. micro-console. M.O.J.O. will feature a 1.8GHz Tegra 4 Processor, 16GB of internal storage, 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support, and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
The controller (dubbed the C.T.R.L.R Mobile Gamepad) will also be included in the box, along with an AC adapter and HDMI cable.
GameStick Shows Off Final Look
GameStick has unveiled the final design for its game console housed inside of an HDMI connector and controller. The console has not only received a final design but also will be getting a docking station.
After getting feedback from the community, the controller has seen changes to its design to provide extended frips, housing for the HDMI stick relocated, support for MicroSD, and rubberized surface on the bottom of the controller.
The console will also have a dock to support peripherals with its HDMI and USB ports and also have the ability to charge up the controller wirelessly.
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Our New Home
After Six years at our current location. Our studio will be relocating to a great new space in just a few weeks. We wouldn’t dream of leaving the awesomeness of Cornwall behind, though, so our new home will be just across the street from where we are now.
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Detective Johnson Beck
Johnson Beck is back to liberate Downtown Chicago, his home city, from the ruling
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Ranging from the depths of Lake Michigan to the heights of the Willis Tower, along
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