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Ouya Everywhere starts with Mad Catz's MOJO microconsole in spring

Ouya Everywhere aims to put Ouya games on other company's consoles, and it's kicking off that process this spring on MOJO, the Android microconsole from Mad Catz. MOJO launched in December, and one of its highlights is the eventual ability to stream PC games. Along with the Ouya news, MOJO is...

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Mad Catz plots April release for C.T.R.L.i iOS7 gamepad

Gaming peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz plans to join the mobile gamepad market with the upcoming release of the C.T.R.L.i, a Bluetooth-enabled, dual-analog controller with native support for iOS7 devices. Keen eyes may observe that the C.T.R.L.i bears a striking resemblance to the controller...

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Mad Catz developing R.A.T. professional gaming mouse

Gaming accessory manufacturer Mad Catz has announced development of the R.A.T. Tournament Edition, a mouse designed for the eSports-minded player. The R.A.T. TE features tracking speeds up to 8200 DPI, decreased weight, dynamic surface detection, lift-off height calibration, programmable button...

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Mad Catz MOJO console now on sale for $250, baby

Xbox One and PlayStation 4 a bit too bulky for your gaming tastes? Need something a bit smaller? Maybe even micro sized? Good news for you, because Mad Catz's Android-powered MOJO microconsole is now available, which means you can finally say you got your mojo without being accused of hyperbole or...

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Killer Instinct FightStick for Xbox One is up for preorder

A Killer Instinct-branded version of Mad Catz's forthcoming, Xbox One-flavored Tournament Edition 2 FightStick is up for pre-order on the peripheral manufacturer's official shop. At $200, the extent of the stick's Killer Instinct-ness appears to be its artwork, which can easily be removed and...

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One of Mad Catz MOJO's crazy features is streaming PC games

Mad Catz' leap into the microconsole industry – it's a thing – brings with it another growing industry trend: PC game streaming. Mad Catz has confirmed to Joystiq sister-site Engadget that its Android-based home console M.O.J.O. will add the ability to stream PC games to a user's...

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Mad Catz microconsole MOJO boots up pre-orders for $250, ships in December

Mad Catz's Android-based console MOJO is now available for pre-order. The system's price is now set at $249.99, and is expected to ship on December 10. Announced in June, MOJO separates itself from the likes of systems such as Ouya by allowing players to access games on the Google Play store....

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Mad Catz announces 'Force Feedback Racing Wheel' for Xbox One

Mad Catz today announced the Force Feedback Racing Wheel, an surprisingly backronym-bereft premium steering wheel for the Xbox One. No price point has been revealed, though Mad Catz is "planning on hitting console launch for the wheel," according to Global PR & Communications Director Alex...

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Mad Catz's Android console now just 'MOJO,' pulls games straight from Google Play

Mad Catz's recently announced Project MOJO Android micro-console (now just "MOJO") was on-hand at the hardware manufacturer's open-air booth in the middle of E3's West Hall. We learned a great deal more about the device's proprietary publishing ecosystem, or rather its lack of one. Unlike the...

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Mad Catz Tournament Edition 2 FightStick for Xbox One is customizable, out this fall

Mad Catz has a brand-spankin-new arcade stick to go along with Microsoft's brand-spankin-new Xbox One: the Tournament Edition 2 FightStick. At first glance, it may look like nothing more than a slightly flashier version of the existing models, but beyond the fact that it comes equipped with the...

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