For those of you who may have found the original MOGA game controller a bit small to handle, there is good news on the horizon as PowerA has officially announced the MOGA Pro Controller which is a full-sized console-style unit. Remember the other console style controller in the original promo images for the MOGA unit? It’s that one.
Last week the developers behind the MOGA mobile gaming system, PowerA, happen to be basically giving away MOGA units for one day where all buyers had to pay was the shipping. Those units should hopefully be already arriving to people who managed to et in on the deal and now PowerA has released a list of some of the newly released games that happen to support the MOGA controller.
The developers of the MOGA handheld gaming controller for Android have launched a one day promo where they will be giving away a ton of MOGA units for the eager Android gamer out there. This promo is partially to celebrate the release of Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour which many of you know has come with MOGA support since its launch the other day. So how can you get in on the action?
Retrobomb recently released onto Android a re-vamped and re-images version of the classic Dreamcast game called Expendable. While the game is pretty slick as it is, Retrobomb has been working hard on improving it even more and they have done it by adding controller support to Expendable Rearmed.
PowerA has sent out word that their MOGA mobile gaming system has finally begun arriving on the store shelves at 1,150 AT&T locations across the USA for the usual price of $49.99. For those of you who are still unfamiliar with the MOGA controller, it allows for your phone to clip right into it, offering up all the standard buttons you could want in a full-size controller although slightly smaller in size and with the phone clasp. It can also double as a tablet gaming controller as well since it runs through Bluetooth.
Recently we reviewed the new MOGA gaming controller which, as a controller, is excellent and works quite well for pretty much any of your gaming needs whether it be on a phone, clipped into the MOGA, or on your tablet as a wireless Bluetooth controller. However, the MOGA controller requires you to use the Pivot app which, as an app, is rather nice but does have some issues. A recent update the other day fixed a few of these issues though.
We’ve had the pleasure of using the MOGA mobile gaming system for the past four or so days, giving it a thorough fondling in just about every aspect we could think of. Needless to say the concept, since it first was reported on, was a very good one and caught the interest of many developers both big and small. So now that we have played with it for a few days and now that it’s officially available in stores as of today, here is our rather in-depth review of the MOGA unit.
One of a few upcoming game controllers a lot of people have been looking forward to getting is the MOGA mobile gaming system. Well the good news today for those of you waiting is that the waiting is actually over. The MOGA will be hitting the shelves at Toys R’ Us and Best Buy starting today as well as Fred Meyer and Gamestop. For those of you more apt to shopping online, you can also pick the MOGA up off of Amazon and PowerA’s website.
There are a couple of new mobile gaming controllers gearing up to hit store shelves real soon that we are eager to get our grubby little hands on to try out and play games with. There is the SteelSeries Free wireless game controller, previously known as the SteelSeries ION, which is now available as of October 2nd, 2012 and then there is the rather interesting MOGA controller. Slated to ht store shelves this month, PowerA have announced today that the MOGA controller has some serious retail backing and will be available in some rather big name stores.
Yesterday a company called Power A announced a new gamepad for Android phones to use called the MOGA but aside from this little gadget being quite the good looking and very functional controller to use for Android gaming, it is also a complete suite for both developers and gamers to take advantage of.