Does the Moga Pro game controller for Android solve more problems than it adds or is it just a big hassle? We look at all the things that matter in our Moga Pro review.
It looks like MOGA’s popular Android gaming controllers are getting a major revamp. What’s different? Read on to find out!
PowerA is launching its Moga Pro game controller in the US today. The new device promises to be a step up from the controller it launched last October.
Like many other Android fans, you love a good game. Whether it be a simple puzzle game or an all-out RPG, you love spending your free time playing Android games. With over 700,000 options on the Play Store, Android gaming is for real. The question is, which is the best way to play them? We’ll round up a few of the bigger players and most popular options.
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.
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.
The MOGA Bluetooth game controller has come available for purchase. The controller is priced at $49.99 and is available by way of several retailers including Best Buy, Amazon and direct with PowerA.