Mad Catz is back again after it closed its doors over 9 months again and is under new management, looking to bring in new ideas and new products to the gaming space. We couldn’t be more excited than to begin 2018 by announcing the return of Mad Catz to the…
In a happy bit of news for all PS3 world warriors that are transitioning from Ultra Street Fighter 4 to Street Fighter V, PS3 arcade sticks will be compatible with Capcom's new fighting game. According to Spanish site Meristation (which has now since been taken down), players will be able…
Harmonix's upcoming rhythm game Rock Band 4 will include Van Halen on the setlist for the first time in the franchise's history.  Harmonix and MadCatz today issued a press release stating that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee's 1984 hit "Panama" will be on the disc when the…
If there is one series of games that is pure fun and great for parties it is the Rockband titles. Over the years the different games in the series have brought more songs and even more instruments into the mix to make your bands more larger than life. But when…
In news from Mad Catz today, the LYNX 9 controller, which resembles the offspring of an Xbox One pad and Megatron, will retail for £249.99 and can be pre-ordered prior to its March release. This foldable device acts as a PC controller, a stand and controller for Android phones as…
Introduction Upon first look at the F.R.E.Q.5, you’d easily discern that this comes from the same manufacturer as the almost cyberpunk-esque R.A.T mouse. Almost every angle is extreme, making the headset look like it has come straight from a futuristic sc-fi film. Black leather this certainly isn’t and the plastic…
Mad Catz Interactive, Inc.  announced today the R.A.T.TE (Tournament Edition), a new mouse designed for the professional and competitive gaming community. With a newly developed Phillips Doppler-last sensor, the R.A.T.TE will include quality tracking with speeds of 8200 DPI. The R.A.T.TE has been formed specifically for its mobility, performance and…
 Mad Catz Interactive have confirmed that their product the Saitex X-55 Rhino H.O.T.A.S. is to be released in 2014. The X-55 Rhino is designed for flight simulation enthusiasts which has been built from the ground up to feature many customization options. The item works on a modern fighter, single or…
Mad Catz, the peripheral maker who specializes in gaming hardware from fight sticks to mice, has announced a new gaming keyboard for use with many mobile devices, including the company's upcoming Android-based micro-console, the M.O.J.O. The keyboard boasts NFC (Near-Field Communication) technology which connects the keyboard by tapping it to…
Mad Catz, creator of all sorts of gaming hardware, has today announced that it will be launching its microconsole - called the M.O.J.O for Android - on December 10, 2013 "in limited quantities".  From today, you can pre-order the machine from the official website with a MSRP of $249.99/£219.99. The…
Mad Catz has announced today one of the first real next-gen hardware peripherals during Gamescom.  The Force Feedback Racing Wheel is definitely a premium-level product, as it boasts a host of luxury features. Mad Catz developed the hardware with collaboration from Forza 5 developer Turn 10, and seem to have…
Mad Catz announced today at Gamescom 2013 in Germany the shipping of their new professional gaming keyboard, S.T.R.I.K.E. Previously announced at E3 in June 2013, the S.T.R.I.K.E. is designed with the competitive gamer in mind, featuring a unique membrane key-bed designed to offer the full tactile feedback of mechanical keys…
The latest headset from Mad Catz will be available to PC and Mac Users. Announced at E3 2013 the headset features 40mm Neodymium speakers and in-line controls for volume and chat. Darren Richardson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. stated, “Our TRITTON Kunai range proved popular at E3 thanks…
From first glance the Mad Catz M.O.U.S. 9 looks like a gaming mouse, but is this all just a cunning ruse for its true intentions? With the next evolution in the Mad Catz line of mice out, the M.O.U.S. 9 is less suited to gaming and more for general use,…
A good gaming mouse is like a finding the right person to love. They have to look right, they have to feel right, and most importantly there needs to be more to them than just superficial features. Depth of use is what separates a normal mouse from a top-of-the-line peripheral,…
Double Helix, the developers behind the new Killer Instinct title, were at EVO 2013 showcasing some new content for the game. Whilst at the event however they were not expecting to be booed so heavily when they mentioned the Xbox One. Representatives from Mad Catz and Double Helix were on…
  Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. today announced its GameSmart products will be compatible with NVIDIA Tegra-powered mobile devices. Mad Catz expects to implement compatibility for the Tegra mobile processor into a forthcoming range of products, affording users the benefits of fully optimized mobile gaming accessories. TegraZone – NVIDIA’s free app…
Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. have recently announced an agreement with AM3D to utilize AM3D Audio Enhancement Technology across a new range of GameSmart enabled wireless Gaming Headsets. AM3D Audio Enhancement Technology will enable wireless GameSmart headsets to deliver precision surround sound audio over Bluetooth. AM3D Virtual Surround Sound is based…
Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. (“Mad Catz”) (NYSE MKT: MCZ) announced today that it has started working with Microsoft Corporation on the development of next generation accessories for the Xbox One. “We are eagerly looking forward to the upcoming launch of the Xbox One and excited about the opportunity to develop…
The initial products in the range include the R.A.T.M mobile gaming mouse, the F.R.E.Q.M headset, the M.O.U.S.9 wireless mouse, and the C.T.R.L.R wireless gamepad. In addition to delivering leading edge gaming performance on PC, Mac and sometimes consoles, GameSmart products are designed to extend the core gaming experience to supporting…