The original MOGA controller for Android devices may have suffered from a lack of games, but with the MOGA Pro the library of compatible titles has come a long way since then, making this the controller to get for your Android gaming experience (and Windows Phone support is coming soon). PC Mag is pleased that "it plays well with any Android game that either is compatible through the Moga Pivot app or supports manual button mapping," with the only caveat being that "iOS devices can't come along for the ride." And what a ride it will take mobile gamers on, with Laptop Magazine finding "the face buttons gave us strong feedback and stood up against our fevered mashing," with Kotaku agreeing, saying the "buttons and triggers are responsive, the analog sticks smooth and satisfyingly clicky." The MOGA Pro plays good and looks good doing it, which is why PC Mag thinks it may be "the best mobile gaming controller yet."
As we played through a few levels of “Dead Trigger,” we immediately noticed the Pro’s solid weight and the ridged, soft-touch grips. Our index fingers wrapped easily around the controller, and the buttons and triggers delivered strong springy feedback.
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No complaints. Great device.
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