Bringing the D-pad Configuration to Tablets
Published on July 7th, 2014
The long wait for true, console level gaming on a tablet is over. Thanks to the ongoing partnership between Wikipad and RKS, the Wikipad brand and technology continues to evolve in very exciting directions. Announced at E3, the largest gaming expo on the planet, in June, the latest creation of the Wikipad and RKS partnership was revealed to anxious audiences—the Gamevice.
The Gamevice is an attachable peripheral that easily latches onto an iPad Mini (other tablets may receive support at a later time) to make gaming as simple and exciting as it is on more traditional platforms. No more struggling to take down your enemies in Call of Duty with clunky touch controls, because the Gamevice brings the classic D-pad configuration gamers have loved for years to tablets. Not only does the stunning, RKS designed layout, not detract from the beauty of the iPad, but it actually complements and enhances it.
Lance Hussey, RKS’ creative director and the lead on the Gamevice project, believes Gamevice will be a key player in the continued advancement of mobile gaming. “It brings the quality up. It’s really gaming. It’s console quality gaming on the go. We didn’t want to compromise the experience. We wanted an elevated experience. And that is what Gamevice delivers” explains Hussey.
Get ready to enhance your mobile gaming experience. The Gamevice is slated for release by the end of the year.
Visit Gamevice.com for more details.