MOGA Pro Android Controller Launches in the USA

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disolitude

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The fact that this is the very first controller to support Windows Phone and there is absolutely no mention of this in the article is a fairly big oversight. These controllers are dime a dozen for Android and iOS, but with this one you can use it on a small but growing number of Windows phone games...including soon to come emulators.
 

kinggraves

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Great, I was hoping I would have a chance to play the nonexistant Android games that support a controller in public where I could look like a complete tool who strapped an XBox knockoff to his phone. I hope it works well with my emulator and the games I didn't pay for.
 

ipwn3r456

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I will still take the pocket version, because of the portability. It's kind of odd carrying a full-sized controller with you around, right? And plus, when you go out somewhere, you will most likely to bring your android device with you. You want something that portable to play it anywhere you want.
 
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