CES 2014: The Video Game Technology You Need to Know About

Wikipad Gamevice Tablet Controller

CES 2014

The developers of the Android-based Wikipad gaming tablet unveiled their newest gaming tech — the Gamevice portable tablet controller. It is currently being developed to work solely with Android and Windows 8-enabled devices. Wikipad president Fraser Townley announced that future compatibility with other notable operating systems is being worked on in regards to the Gamevice.

Full Body Video Game Technology That Translates Body Motion Into In-Game Action

CES 2014

An unnamed device was shown off on the CES 2014 showroom floor — a full body harness that’s filled with 17 body movement sensors, which translates player movement into in-game interactivity and action. The harness’ 17 sensors are powered by a magnetometer, gyroscope and accelerometer. This system is reported to be retailing for $400 upon release.

Valve Steam Machines

Sony CES 2014 Event/PlayStation Now/Sony Entertainment Network


In one of the worst gaming news to come out of CES 2014, Shaquille O’Neal confirmed the production of a sequel to one of the worst video game ever created – Shaq Fu. Check out GamerFitNation’s exlcusive interview with Shaq about this upcoming travesty of a game.

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