Entries in 'accessories' (60)
Imp Gaming’s latest range will enable retailers to create their own stylish game and accessory bundles.
Microsoft has revealed two new accessories designed to reinvigorate the designs first debuted with the original console back in 2005.
A top-of-the-range £249.99 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 headset will accompany the game’s release in November.
Accessories firm Impact Global Solutions is setting up in the US.
SCEE wants to expand its official accessories range and has called on third-party peripheral firms to help.
Calibur11’s custom Xbox 360 cases will be distributed via Realtime.
MCV Award winner Gioteck is already making waves in the UK – and now it has set its sights on cracking America.
A new Doctor Who 3DS case will reach retail
White Room Games has teamed up with Vidisfor its first move into the accessories market.
The accessories market has a new leader in the form of Gioteck.
Calibur11 is promoting its first UK products two months ahead of launch.
UK retailer GAME has said that sales of accessories in its stores account for around a third of the total accessories market across the regions in which it operates.
Calibur 11 has entered the games market with a unique line of console shells.
Lygo International has announced it will be the first port of call for buyers of Hubb gaming products as of tomorrow.
Peripherals firm Venom has signed a new licensing agreement with Weenicons.
Gaming design and manufacturing firm Performance Designed Products has been named as the sole provider of officially licensed accessories for Microsoft’s Kinect.
New Cath Kidston products are set to hit John Lewis stores across the UK.
Accessories firm Impact Global Solutions will launch a new range of ‘Mini’ Wii products designed especially for the younger gamer.
EA and MTV Games’ music sequel Rock Band 3 will get a range of new Mad Catz peripherals to accompany the game’s release this Q4 – with the option of ...
Mad Catz has seen a year-on-year gross profit increase of 13.7 per cent for its fiscal year ending March 31.
The gaming accessories market expects a surge in peripheral sales when Project Natal and PlayStation Move hit store shelves.
The popular Polaroid brand has returned to the UK with a range of new video game accessories.
A new range of WWE-licensed accessories will soon hit shelves, thanks to a new deal between the wrestling federation and Pinpoint Consumer Electonics.
Accessories specialist Bigben Interactive and its UK distributor Venom will end their distribution agreement next month.