Following its bankruptcy early last year, Mad Catz has returned from the dead with new gaming peripherals in tow. The company will be fully unveiling its new products at this year's CES.
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After nearly three decades of being in the gaming industry, but having a rough time in the last few years, well-known accessory maker Mad Catz has ceased its operations and filed for bankruptcy.
Mad Catz has announced plans to create a Force Feedback Racing Wheel accessory for Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One game console, but pricing and a release date were not announced.
Mad Catz is planning to announce a line up of new game controllers under the GameSmart brand and an illustration shows that it will support Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 products.
Mad Catz has announced the S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 PC keyboard. The $299.99 peripheral has several separate hardware modules that can be mixed and matched, including an LCD touchscreen display.
Mad Catz will release a new member of its Cyborg line of PC gaming mice in mid-December with the launch of the M.M.O. 7, a mouse designed specifically for playing massive multiplayer games.
Mad Catz has announced that it has started shipping its new Tritton Detonator headset, made specifically for Microsoft's Xbox 360 game console.
The Major League Gaming pro gaming tournament organization has announced it has teamed up with Mad Catz to release official Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 game controllers.
Mad Catz has just announced a new version of its Cyborg R.A.T. 7 gaming PC mouse with a new white color and increased sensitivity levels.
Once again it was a busy day for gaming news so let's get a move on and dive right in: Mad Catz, best known as the makers of gaming controllers and peripherals for consoles and PCs,...