Nyko GameFace 360 Video
With Microsoft's better-designed Xbox 360 remote available for roughly the same price, there's no reason to own the Nyko Intelligent Remote 360.
With the Wand+, Nyko once again beats Nintendo to the punch by offering a two-in-one remote/MotionPlus design at the same price of an original Nintendo Wii remote controller.
At CES 2008, Molly Wood takes a look at the Nyko Wireless Nunchuck, a new gaming accessory for the Wii.
The Nyko Charge Base 2 is a convenient charger for your PS3 wireless controllers.
While it's more of a luxury accessory than a must-have accessory, the Nyko Kama Wireless Nunchuk does a good job of eliminating that final cable from your Wii's controller.
Nyko enters the tablet market with a number of third-party accessories that improve upon the Kindle's button layout design. Also, Nyko is focusing on the PS Vita, with speaker and battery accessories as well.
The Nyko Zero Wireless Controller makes for a decent secondary or backup controller, but it doesn't fully match the comfort and performance of the DualShock 3.
Tom Merritt takes a look at the Nyko Wand at CES 2009.
For 30 bucks, the Nyko Zoom aims to deliver a true Kinect experience in a much smaller space.
The Nyko Perfect Shot is an affordable alternative to the Wii Zapper--we just wish it was as comfortable.
Nyko GameFace 360 Review
The good: The ability to fully customize a faceplate with your own design eliminates the need to buy an overpriced alternative.
The bad: You get only 15 sheets on which to print your designs, and the front and back plates make the heavier custom faceplate more difficult to attach to the console. Also, changing and storing your designs requires a bit of a soft touch.
The bottom line: With the Nyko 360 GameFace, your Xbox 360's design is open to--or limited by--your own artistry.
Nyko GameFace 360 Specs
Manufacturer: Nyko Technologies
Part number: 86012