First In Depth Analysis of The MOGA Android Controller Appears

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  • 18 Oct 2012
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  • On October 21st Power A will launch the MOGA Android controller for videogames, one that we’ve covered before. This time the device gets analyzed by people in the gaming biz and gets a rundown of its features and qualities. The Android controller comes with Power A’s promise that developers will get tools that allow them to integrate support for the MOGA into their games.

    MOGA Pivot App is a combo between a marketplace and launch pad for titles, that will be welcomed by users and developers alike. This strategy has already been tried by the likes of Atari, Gameloft, Namco and Sega. Also, know that Toys R Us is involved in selling the MOGA, that will set you back just $49.99. According to people who tested it, the device feels and works like a quality controller, in spite of its small and compact buttons, that have the advantage of quick response and great clicking action.

    MOGA comes with 4 face buttons, two analog sticks, select and start, plus dual triggers and a sync button. Under the rubber grips you’ll find an AAA battery on each side, that provide about 18 hours of gameplay for the accessory. Phones and phablets will clip to the MOGA thanks to a retractable arm, that is well integrated via a mechanism with rubber banding. MOGA uses Bluetooth to connect to the devices. Overall it’s a solid gadget and it’s well worth the buy, experts say.

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