If you’re planning on getting the Game Pad, you might want to rethink that for a moment, especially now that we’re getting a better idea of how much Samsung is planning to charge you for the wireless controller.
Wikipad gets a size makeover, transforms into a 7-inch gaming tab at half the original price
Back in November, gamers who were planning to dole out $499 to get the Wikipad found out that the 10.1-inch Android gaming slate has been pushed back to make way for some last-minute improvements. Now, let's welcome the 7-inch Wikipad.
It was only last week when we got an update on OUYA’s development, ensuring us that the console is still on track for a March 2013 release, and now we have exciting news again. More development kits are up for pre-order on OUYA’s website, being expected to ship as soon as January 2013.
Getting tired of constantly leaving behind those unsightly fingerprint smudges on your Android smartphone’s screen while you’re getting your game on? Getting a wireless game controller is one way to give your phone’s touchscreen that much needed break from the incessant pounding, one that PowerA’s MOGA happens to offer. The Bluetooth gaming controller has been on sale in several retailers for a few weeks, but PowerA has announced that MOGA can now be purchased from AT&T stores across the country.
Wikipad’s launch gets pushed back, gaming tablet still needs a last-minute refinement
The oddly-named Wikipad has had a promising start as it garnered wide support from gamers and the big boys in the industry. But the string of good news seems to be temporarily ending, as the release date of the 10-inch Android gaming tablet, which was supposed to hit GameStop outlets on October 31, has been pushed back by the maker.
Watch this hilarious commercial for the MOGA gaming controller [video]
They say that profanity is an excuse for a lack of vocabulary. But really, who the fudge cares about choice of words and getting dirty looks from others when you’re trying to break some new records on Temple Run, or whatever game the cool kids are hooked on these days.
MOGA Bluetooth game controller now available, priced at $49.99