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  • Mad Catz to create Gears of War 3 licensed merchandise for Xbox 360

    Mad Catz has announced an agreement with Epic Games to create a range of accessories for Gears of War 3.

  • Mad Catz details 3DS accessory line-up, announces new Wiimotes

    Mad Catz has announced its line-up of 3DS accessories that it’ll launch alongside the handheld, as well as a new range of Wiimotes.

  • Capcom would like to “team up” with Mad Catz again for MVC3

    Capcom would love to release a fight stick for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 with Mad Catz, the publisher has said.

  • Mad Catz forges “promotional alliance” with Daigo

    Street Fighter ultimate champion Daigo “The Beast” Umehara has entered a sponsorship agreement with peripherals firm Mad Catz.

  • Mad Catz to be worldwide maker of Rock Band peripherals

    Mad Catz has signed a deal with Harmonix to make peripherals for the Rock Band games across the globe.

  • Mad Catz paid $300K to be let out of Guitar Hero peripheral contract

    Darren Richardson, president and CEO of Mad Katz, had told Kotaku that the reason the original Guitar Hero game only launched on PS2 was because the firm pulled out of doing a Xbox SKU due to a lawsuit between Harmonix and Konami.

  • Mad Catz announces more Street Fighter IV FightSticks and FightPads

    Mad Catz has announced a second round of Street Fighter IV FightSticks and FightPads for this fall. The new Tournament Edition Arcade FightSticks feature new artwork with character-specific FightPads featuring: M. Bison, Guile, Zangief, C. Viper, Cammy, and Sagat. Made for both PS3 and Xbox 360, each are rather cool looking and can be seen […]

  • Mad Catz gets Sonic license for amazing Sega peripherals

    Mad Catz has secured a “multi-year” agreement to make Sonic-branded peripherals in the US. “Sonic is one of the videogame industry’s most popular and enduring characters and we are thrilled to initiate this relationship with Sega to create Sonic-branded videogame accessories,” said Mad Catz mega-chief, Darren Richardson. “We look forward to offering unique and exciting […]

  • Mad Catz Modern Warfare 2 gear looks glowy, green

    If you want to dress for success on the battlefield, grab some muted browns or greens and – poof – you’ll disappear. If we’re talking about war-based videogames, however, that’s a different story. Mad Catz has posted the first shots of its Modern Warfare 2-based line of controllers, keyboards, and faceplates, and well, let’s just […]

  • Mad Catz reveals Modern Warfare 2 peripherals via video

    Mad Catz announced yesterday its peripheral line-up for Modern Warfare 2, and today IGN has an unveiling video for it. It’s posted after the break. The full list of peripherals and prices can be found here. Thanks, Joystiq.

  • Mad Catz details its peripherals for Modern Warfare 2

    Mad Catz has detailed its Modern Warfare 2 game accessories a bit. Looks like the creations will have everything from faceplates to custom controllers and even something called a Throat Communicator. Prices will range from $15 to $100. The full list of items and prices are posted below the break.

  • Mad Catz to create Modern Warfare 2 game accessories

    Mad Catz has entered into an agreement with Activision to create officially branded controllers and accessories for Modern Warfare 2. “We are excited to partner with Activision and Infinity Ward to create branded controllers and accessories based on what is one of the videogame industry’s preeminent franchises,” said Darren Richardson, president and CEO of Mad […]

  • Limited edition Street Fighter stick available at Comic Con

    For those who decided to brave the sticky, smelly masses and attend Comic Con, this is a week of celebration. For those who didn’t, however, it’s a week of regret, with heaping helpings of that uncomfortable sinking feeling supplied by your good friends on the Internet. Case in point: the above red hot Street Fighter […]

  • Mad Catz signs multi-year agreement for Xbox 360 wireless controllers

    Mad Catz and Microsoft entered into a multi-year licensing agreement to manufacture, market and sell Xbox 360-branded wireless controllers globally. “This agreement expands our relationship with Microsoft and we look forward to shipping a range of new wireless specialty controllers, the first of which will be our wireless Fender bass guitar for Rock Band, later […]

  • Street Fighter IV bundle for PC includes Mad Catz FightPad

    Capcom and Mad Catz are releasing a special Street Fighter IV bundle for PC users. The controller/game bundle will set you back $60, retails only in the US, and will be available on July 7. Gamers outside the US will have to get it online. More details can be found through the links. Thanks, 1UP.

  • Mad Catz ships Resident Evil 5 stuff, including “wall scroll”

    Simple question: do you like Resident Evil 5 enough to buy a “wall scroll” for your “wall”? You’re in luck. Mad Catz just released a ton of RE5-related tat, including a 360 faceplate, a bag, and a big picture of Sheva you can touch yourself to of an evening. See it all here. Press release […]

  • Mad Catz: “Well under 50″ complaints about sticky SFIV sticks

    Following reports of complaints about Mad Catz’s Street Fighter IV FightSticks getting stuck thanks to lose washers, the peripherals firm has said it’s had less than 50 complaints about the issue. The issue “does NOT happen on each Arcade FightStick and has been reported on a small number of units,” said Alex Verrey, Mad Catz […]

  • Mad Catz SFIV stick is “sticky,” says hardcore

    According to this Destructoid piece, the Street Fighter hardcore are complaining that the apparently brilliant Mad Catz SFIV stick… sticks. Members of the Shoryuken message board are complaining the joystick sticks in its former diagonal position instead of snapping back to the neutral zone. This is all about the lower cost stick, for the record. […]

  • Peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz reports $26.9 million loss

    Peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz has reported a net loss of $26.9 million for its latest financial quarter, despite a 19 percent increase in sales to $41 million. Losses from Q3, ending December 31, stemmed from higher royalty and shipping costs, as well as new product development hires, the company said. Mad Catz recently revealed the […]