When Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 hit last year it arrived in stores escorted by a virtual phallanx of tie-ins of varying quality.
A $300 tournament edition fightstick on the grey market? Screw that. Reader Rotundo made one for himself and another for his friends out of $40 in spare parts and two shoeboxes. Oh, and one’s wireless.
GameStop is now accepting preorders for Madcatz’ new Xbox 360 HDMI Conversion Kit. It’s an add-on that’s meant to replace component outputs in older, non-HDMI Xbox 360s to support HDMI. While Madcatz promises that the kit will allow full resolutions up to 1080p, the privilege will cost you $US 90….