Most Androids are now powered by quad-core or at least dual-core processors, which make them perfect device to run high quality games. The problem is, not all device packed with physical buttons. For hardcore gamers, there is no better game experience until you play it with physical control system. MOGA is come to fill in this hole for you. The company was demoed Bluetooth based gamepad at E3 for android this year and they promise “console quality control.”
For those of you who want to play games on tablet, you just have to set it on a stands and connect MOGA controller via Bluetooth. In order to make handset users happy, MOGA also include special clip that strong enough to hold your device in any degree of orientation you want. Remember, Bluetooth is only work on Android 2.3 Gingerbread or above, because you will need to install special app from MOGA to pair the gamepad with your phone.
Unfortunately, MOGA gamepad is not designed for gamers who want to map their own buttons in order to compensate missing physical buttons. MOGA will only works for games that designed for gamepad. PowerA, the developer of MOGA, claim that they already had partnership deals with big names like Gameloft, Remedy Entertainment, Atari, Sega, and Namco. This is mean that the gamepad is guaranteed to work on any games made by those companies.
So, what do you think about this? Interested to invest your money on MOGA? What makes you think that this is a better alternative than SixAxis+PS3/WiFi controller? Write down your opinion on the comment box below.tags: Android, Bluetooth, controller, gamepad, MOGA, release