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Play as Ms. Chalice and even get her on themed controllers.

Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course DLC and Controllers Coming This Month

Studio MDHR's Cuphead launched on Xbox and PC five years ago, eventually making its way to Switch and PlayStation as well. We all loved the game, even if it could be frustratingly difficult at times. All these years later, Cuphead is set to get a DLC expansion called "The Delicious Last Course" at the end of this month. To commemorate the long, long-awaited DLC, accessory manufacturer PowerA has also released special Ms. Chalice-themed controllers for Xbox and Switch.

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Play Xbox with PlayStation controllers, Switch controllers, and more!

Brook Wingman XB Review

There are lots of reasons to love Xbox as a platform: the power of the Series X, the affordability of Series S, the huge library of Game Pass, and more. What if you have an Xbox but prefer the PlayStation DualSense controller, though? What about that arcade stick for Switch you have lying around, or a PlayStation Taiko no Tatsujin drum controller – must they go to waste? Not at all! The simple solution is to get a Brook Wingman XB converter for Xbox. This relatively inexpensive accessory lets players use controllers from PlayStation, Switch, and more on an Xbox Series S|X, Xbox One, or Xbox 360 console via both USB and Bluetooth.

by Christopher Metz 0
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Can't blame the software if you stink at singing.

Mad Catz Discusses Rock Band 4's Instrument Improvements

Excited for the new Rock Band 4 coming out later this year? Thankfully, we have Mad Catz producing some quality controllers this time around for fans to really rock out on. With reduced technical issues to deal with, the developers reiterated that they didn't want to innovate for innovation's sake. While the devices have been upgraded slightly since the last title, the same general look and feel of each will feel familiar. For longtime fans of Rockband, all these new changes sound very promising.

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