TurboGrafx-16 output accessory / memory expander.
TurboGrafx-16's pack-in control pad.
Official arcade-style joystick controller for the TurboGrafx-16 and related systems.
Multiplayer accessory for the TurboGrafx-16 and PC Engine.
First party NES controller featuring turbo buttons and an 8-way sliding directional input called a cycloid.
A Super Nintendo peripheral originally released by Hudson Soft that plugged into the second player controller port and allowed for up to 5 players to play at once.
The default controller for the Nintendo Gamecube.
A keyboard accessory for the Dreamcast. Supported by the web browser and a handful of games.
Mouse accessory for the Dreamcast. Supported by the web browser and a handful of games.
The default controller for Microsoft's Xbox 360.
The PlayStation 4 Eye is the next generation of the PlayStation Eye featuring two cameras and a four-channel array of microphones.
The fourth iteration of the DualShock controller for PlayStation 4. It includes a touch pad, light bar, and Share button.
A VR headset for the PC. The main features of the Rift are 9DOF low-latency head-tracking and fish-eye optics facilitating a wide field of view.
An arcade style stick released for the Nintendo Entertainment system in 1987.
The GameShark brand was originally used to market Datel's Action Replay devices in North America, but now is a MadCatz-owned brand used to sell save game editors.
The Wavebird is a wireless GameCube controller.
The PlayStation Move is a wireless motion control system for the PlayStation 3. It was released on September 17, 2010 in North America.
Kinect for Xbox 360 is a set of cameras and sensors designed for hands-free gaming. It was released in North America on November 4th, 2010.
The Jogcon is a controller developed and produced by Namco for their Ridge Racer 4 videogame. It features a unique steering wheel device in the center of the controller.
The Namco neGcon is an analog steering controller that allows each half to be twisted. Released for the PlayStation, it was also compatible with a limited number of PlayStation 2 releases.
The third in Hori's Real Arcade Pro line is a PlayStation 3 joystick, primarily for use with fighting games.
The Wireless Rock Band Drums allow you to rock without wires, running on three AA batteries.
The DualShock 2 is Sony's standard controller for the PlayStation 2.
The DualShock 3 is an updated wireless PlayStation 3 controller that incorporates rumble motors as well as motion-sensing SIXAXIS support.
The Xbox Live Vision is a USB-based camera designed for use with the Xbox 360.
The ION Drum Rocker was designed to provide a more authentic drumming experience, with the Rock Band platform in mind.
A new peripheral for the Wii's sensor bar that will allow for real-time voice chat with other Wii users.
Nintendo's latest accessory is designed to enhance motion control by quickly and accurately catching complex and minute movements, significantly improving the versatility and precision of the Wii Remote.
The PlayStation Eye is a digital camera & microphone for use with the PlayStation 3 console. It is also an integral part of the PlayStation Move motion controller.
Snap it in, turn it on, play Master System games on your Genesis!
A cheat cartridge. Always useful, especially since it was primarilly used to bypass copy-protection.
The Game Genie is an accessory for several platforms that facilitates the hacking and activation of otherwise inaccessible cheats and content.
The Power Pad is a Nintendo peripheral that the player must step on to control the game.
The SNES Mouse was a peripheral created for Mario Paint, though a number of other games went on to support it.
The multitap increases the number of controller/memory card ports to four per multitap per original ports, of which there were two pair.
A project for the Sega Genesis that never saw completion or release, the Sega Virtual Reality device promised to deliver a new perspective on how games were played.
An overtly complicated and involved controller designed for Capcom's Xbox mech-simulation game, Steel Battalion.
The Wii Zapper is a peripheral that transforms the Wiimote and Nunchuk into a gun shape.
Shake your boot-ay!
The Primary controller of Nintendo's Wii console. Affectionately known as the "Wiimote" among gamers too lazy to spell out the whole thing.
The Super Scope was Nintendo's ill-fated light gun for the SNES.
The Balance Board is a peripheral originally released alongside Wii Fit.
The SIXAXIS was the first controller included with the PlayStation 3, but was replaced by a rumble-enabled update called the DualShock 3.
The Sega Activator is an octagonal ring of sensors that control on-screen movement when a player stands in the center and strikes over specific sections.
Use your keyboard!
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