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MOGA Hero Power and MOGA Power Pro controllers for Android hit retail stores

MOGA Hero Power and MOGA Power Pro controllers for Android hit retail stores

MOGA has offered gaming controllers designed for mobile gamers using Android devices for a while now. We reviewed the MOGA Pro controller back in April when it launched. The company has announced new controllers including the MOGA Hero Power and Pro Power. The Hero Power controller is slim and designed to be portable while the Pro Power is a full-size controller featuring MOGA Boost Technology.

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MOGA Pro Controller for Android Review

MOGA Pro Controller for Android Review

Today we've gotten our hands on the MOGA Pro controller in its final market iteration, taking a peek at how it works right here in the real world. With the MOGA Pro controller you've got everything that made the original MOGA gaming controller great with the added benefits of a completely refined build, a tablet stand for extended display size options, and a massive amount of games in the MOGA app store environment!

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MOGA Pro Controller hits stores today

MOGA Pro Controller hits stores today

Today you'll be able to purchase your very own MOGA Pro controller for full-action excellence for your smartphone and the video games you play therein. This controller uses your smartphone as its main display, acting as a set of physical controls for the games you play regularly with on-screen tapping and swiping. With this controller you'll be able to fit a wide variety of smartphones and larger smart handheld devices.

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PowerA goes pro with new MOGA controller

PowerA goes pro with new MOGA controller

If you’re a mobile gamer, there’s a pretty good chance you’re familiar with the MOGA pocket controller for Android. Born out of a desire to provide gamers with a better method than typically spotty touch controls, the MOGA controller has made a name for itself in the mobile gaming space. In fact, many of you will remember a little incident from late last year, in which PowerA decided to offer the MOGA controller free for 24 hours. The rush to claim one was so great that it ended up crippling PowerA’s website within minutes of the promotion’s kick off, so it’s safe to say that the MOGA controller has found success with Android gamers.

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Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour back on Google Play with MOGA support

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour back on Google Play with MOGA support

Yesterday, mobile gamers were disappointed to see that Gameloft's new title, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour had been pulled from the Google Play Store just a few hours after launch. This came on top of a slight delay that saw the game pushed back past its original December 6 release date, so fans were already pretty annoyed by the time the game was pulled. At the time, Gameloft said some users were having issues downloading the game and that it had decided to stop offering it until these problems were worked out.

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PowerA Moga Mobile Gaming System now in stores

PowerA Moga Mobile Gaming System now in stores

If you're serious about your mobile gaming, odds are you would love to find a high quality and easy-to-use controller to replace the onscreen controls for your favorite games. PowerA has an interesting mobile gaming controller called the Moga that is now in stores and available for purchase. The control reminds more than a little of an aftermarket Xbox 360 controller.

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2015 Lexus IS 250 Review – Distinctly Divisive

2015 Lexus IS 250 Review – Distinctly Divisive

It's never been tougher to be a small, sporty sedan. Luxury buyers are being wooed by the segment above, while the gradual up-speccing of full-sized sedans below is making it harder and harder to stand out. Factor in the growing number of more practical coupes on one side, and nimble sports crossovers squeezing in from the opposite direction, and the risk of being seen as a staid four-door is considerable. Lexus’ answer to that in 2013 was the new IS, a stark departure from the company’s previous playbook, and it’s the 2015 IS 250 that’s been on my drive trying to coerce me from behind the wheel of a BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C Class, or Audi A3.

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Playstation 1 games arrive on Android Wear

Playstation 1 games arrive on Android Wear

In the event you have the tiniest thumbs ever or you're especially keen to play PlayStation 1 games on your wrist, one industrious individual has shown it's possible to run PS1 games on Android Wear. He does so using an LG G Watch on which he plays Croc: Legend of the Gobbos. The game runs without a hitch, save for the troubles that come with touchscreen controls on a tiny wearable display, showing an impressive quality using the ePSXe PlayStation emulator.

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