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Talismoon, purveyor of replacement Wii shells, has announced a new guitar controller for Wii, the "Rock Thunder Guitar." Normally, a guitar controller from some random third-party wouldn't be terribly noteworthy, but the Rock Thunder Guitar has two features that distinguish it from its peers:...

February 10th 2009 at 6:00pm 0 Comments
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Coming from the zany folks over at Talismoon is a newly updated Whisper Max cooling fan system for your Xbox 360 featuring NITRO SWITCH! They claim that their "higher quality" fan can cool your 360 and prevent RROD from happening all while lighting up your console with three purdy colors. And if by...

January 10th 2008 at 2:45pm 0 Comments
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We showed you Cyber Gadget's slick hat for the Wii earlier this week, so we felt compelled to also feature some new kicks for the console. That's what you kids are calling shoes now, right? Kicks? Unlike the standard gray stand, Talismoon's Wii bases come in a variety of colors -- Pink Chrome, Blue...

December 21st 2007 at 7:00pm 0 Comments
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We can't definitively say that a travel-friendly sensor bar is undoubtedly superior to a wireless sensor bar, but for those who can in fact say that, Talismoon has you covered. The Sensor Wiire is nothing more than an ultra-compact Wii sensor bar that features a pair of sensing blocks on a retracta...

November 7th 2007 at 8:38am 0 Comments
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Talismoon, the same company behind the swappable Wii slot gates and ninja-themed replacement shells, tinkered with Nintendo's sensor bar design to make it more compact for travel. The resulting $24.95 Sensor Wiire requires even less space than the already-low-profile standard bar and, thanks to its...

November 6th 2007 at 11:15am 0 Comments
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Talismoon has launched a new line of new Wii cases that are colorful, shiny and ninja-tacular. Eight models are available with colorful names that remind us of Legends of the Hidden Temple. (We can hear it now: "The Red Ronin is located deep in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey.") They include:...

September 17th 2007 at 4:15pm 0 Comments
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For only $7.95, Talismoon's Wii Gate kit enables you to change the notification light on your console's disc drive, replacing its blue glow with a new DVD gate assembly that uses either red or green LEDs. If, for some reason, you have two systems, you can buy one of each for a Christmas theme!Talism...

September 14th 2007 at 6:13pm 0 Comments
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Xbox 360 owners feeling left out of all the motion-sensitive fun PS3 and Wii owners are currently having can finally breathe easy... and then break out their wallets. Talismoon's Tiltboard mod is due to ship next week for an estimated $39.99 -- a number that doesn't include a controller or the sold...

June 19th 2007 at 4:05pm 0 Comments
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Talismoon's little Tiltboard project is finally blooming as they just announced that the Tiltboard will available for purchase next week. But be warned, it's expensive ... very expensive. This board, which allows tilt control on your 360, will retail for $39.99 (ouch!) not including a controller or...

June 18th 2007 at 2:15pm 0 Comments
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It's honestly not too often that these homegrown DIY efforts actually end up going big, but just as it was predicted, the tiltBoard 360 is legit. Talismoon has officially released the second generation of the tilt sensitivity add-in for the Xbox 360 controller, which is supposedly "easier to use" t...

June 9th 2007 at 9:34pm 0 Comments

Everyone knows that the Wii and (to some lesser extent) PS3 controllers have motion controlled goodness, but what about our 360? Well, if you are yearning for some sort of motion controlled experience then today we have good news. The tiltBoard (as seen in the demo above) will soon be mass produced...

April 6th 2007 at 4:00pm 0 Comments
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Xbox-Scene got some pictures of Talismoon's new upcoming furry faceplates. Just like their furry controller sisters, the faceplate comes in leopard and sexy cow print. I'm thinking these will be more user friendly then the furry controller's (sweat + germs = disgusting fur controller), but I'm not o...

November 25th 2006 at 8:15pm 0 Comments