Oct 11, 2012
The MOGA Controller is yet another controller that intrigues, but this one has a key advantage: it’ll be easy to buy. The controller connects via Bluetooth, features dual-analog joysticks, two shoulder buttons, and a clip to hold a phone above it. There will be an SDK for developers to integrate controls into their games, and the MOGA Pivot App to easily find apps that support the MOGA Controller. Initially, some big-name publishers like Namco, Gameloft, and Sega will be supporting the MOGA with their games as well.
However, the problem with these controller is that there’s a very limited retail availability of them. Not so with the MOGA Controller. It will be available from Toys R Us, Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and even T-Mobile retail stores, which will have demo units on display. This will help out tremendously in letting it gain traction, though it would also help to have a controller overlay app like Nyko’s controllers. The MOGA Controller from PowerA is available for pre-order now.