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T3 says:

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If you're an emulator junkie and absolutely, positively have to have physical gaming controls on your Android or iOS smartphone or tablet right this minute and can't/won't upgrade to an Xperia Play, this isn't a bad option. quote


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Critic reviews

6.8
4 reviews
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    6.5
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    7.3
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8.0
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    6.0
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    8.0
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7.0
TrustedReviews Feb 14, 2012

Its high price and the short list of games that support this controller mean it will only really appeal to a niche audience of people who can’t do without physical controls for mobile gaming.

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7.0
TechRadar Nov 18, 2011

Although it wasn't a game-changer, anything has got to be an improvement on awful virtual d-pads you get with touchscreen games.

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6.0
T3 Jan 30, 2012

If you're an emulator junkie and absolutely, positively have to have physical gaming controls on your Android or iOS smartphone or tablet right this minute and can't/won't upgrade to an Xperia Play, this isn't a bad option.

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8.0
joezorry joezorry

I've had mine for a few months now, since I live across the pond of USA. I have an Galaxy Nexus and an iPad, and for the phone the GameTel is actually a pretty great device, installed some emulators and played a few and everything runs smoothly. The native Android games are few but those who...

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