Wired, high-performance, specially tweaked "pro" controllers are all the rage these days with how popular tournament gaming has become. PowerA throws their entry into the ring with their latest, the FUS1ON Tournament Controller.
I've given the Xbox 360 version a solid testing by playing through a dozen or more varied games to see just how "pro" this controller is.
While mobile gaming has been steadily improving with smarter touchscreen control design, there are still plenty of experiences out there that could use a good set of joysticks and buttons. That's where PowerA's MOGA Mobile Gaming System comes in. It saves the day from iffy virtual d-pads and unresponsive virtual buttons with real ones. It also saves your screen from thumb grease.
PowerA has attempted to provide something of a controller platform for game developers, and several companies, including Gameloft, Atari, Namco Bandai, and Sega are already retooling their games for it.
They've come closest to creating a standard for mobile game controllers.