Tag Archive: controller


Originally Published: February 24, 2010, on youtube.com/RCars4885

Many of you are aware that I just moved back home to New Jersey and most people take that time to look at things as they pack them up. Some look at picture albums, I look at old tapes. Back in August I interviewed Peter Molyneux in anticipation of Fable 3 and for length purposes, had to cut out a segment where we talked about Milo and Kinect. Now, we’ve taken what hit the cutting room floor and decided to share it with you. Edited by Taylor Tallscott.

Originally Published: December 20, 2010, on NationalLampoon.com and Youtube.com/CGRUndertow

Derek Buck, Kevin Lind, and I from CGR Undertow discuss the potential of motion controllers after their hands on experience with the Wii, PS Move, and Kinect.

NES Max Controller Review

Originally Published: December 14, 2010, on Youtube.com/CGRUndertow

As a part of CGR Undertow, I reviewed the NES Max Controller.

Originally Published: November 20, 2010, on ClassicGameRoom.com

As a part of CGR Undertow, I reviewed the Limited Edition Goldeneye 007 Wii Classic Controller.

Originally Published: November 15, 2010, on ClassicGameRoom.com and NationalLampoon.com

As a part of CGR Undertow, I reviewed the game packaged with Kinect, the brand new Xbox 360 peripheral, Kinect Adventures.

Originally Published: June 9, 2010, on ESPNNewYork.com, Lundberg.me, and PlayerAffinity.com

Controller-less gaming is one of the main topics of discussion that is on the minds of gamers everywhere what with E3 less than a week away. Project Natal is right on the horizon for Xbox 360 and the PS Eye is being used in new and innovative ways to help immerse gamers even more into their gaming experience.

On that note, I had a chance a few weeks ago to chat with the CEO of Virtual Air Guitar, Teemu Maki-Patola, about their new game Kung-Fu Live, expected to be released just in time for the holiday season on the PlayStation Network and to be used in conjunction with the PS Eye.

Check out my interview with Teemu and our preview of Kung-Fu Live for PSN below.