PowerA's MOGA Android controller will be out on October 21 in the US. The adapter will run for $49.99, includes a soft case, and the MOGA Pivot App. It's also going to come with Sonic CD and Pac-Man for a limited time at certain retailers.
As for the supported games, Gameloft, Atari, Namco Bandai, Sega, and Remedy are just some of the companies that have pledged MOGA support, with more on the way.
So what do you think, Android gamers? Is this something you want to get, or are you fine with just using the touch screen as your controller? Dale seemed to like the MOGA during his hands-on time. Check out his impressions as he gives a pretty detailed breakdown of the pros and cons of the device.
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