Metal Arcade: Jason Bakker writes:
If you want to get the most out of your mobile games, it's worth plunking down the $50 for the MOGA Pro.
Mobile gaming has come a long way in the past few years. Graphically, they're fast approaching console quality. The only real problem holding them back is touch screen controls. While this input method works fine for games like Temple Run or Angry Birds, trying to play anything more complicated, like a first-person shooter, quickly becomes a painful exercise in futility. PowerA has come to the rescue with a pretty great solution - a few months back, they released the MOGA Pocket Controller, which connected to Android devices via Bluetooth and allowed for a much more natural -- and more importantly, comfortable and precise -- play style.