As seen on Mashable, leaked photos of an Amazon gaming controller have appeared, giving the rumor mill something to churn out. Photos of the controller appeared on ANATEL — the Brazilian equivalent of the Federal Communications Commission.
The controller has A, B, X, and Y face buttons, two analog sticks, a directional pad, and bumpers and triggers on the top. The controller runs via Bluetooth and is powered by two AA batteries.
As stated on Mashable, Amazon started their own gaming studio in 2012, and in February the company also acquired Double Helix Games. Could we see a future gaming console from Amazon? We will see.
Its been a spectacle over the internet seeing Sonic wearing a handkerchief and Knuckles packing over sized biceps. It’s kind of funny to look at but Sega is being serious about this revamped version of Sonic The Hedgehog. Nobody can explain the madness we have been seeing better the the people who created it themselves. So here is a behind the scenes video about Sonic Boom.
As seen on My Nintendo News, New York based programmer Ben Midi has created an HTML5 Game Boy emulator for smartphones. The emulator has thirteen titles and can be played on your Android or iPhone browsers. The emulator comes with the classic Game Boy look with the actual button configuration. Just head on over to this link to start playing!
As seen on My Nintendo News, you can now play html 5 games within our Wii U Browser. Thanks to Playboxie, you will be able to play a variety of free HTML 5 games on your Wii U GamePad or your TV via the web browser. So if this sounds fun to you, go ahead and check it out here!