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MOGA Pro Gaming Controller Launching April 15th For $50

Fans of the MOGA are surely excited for the MOGA Pro. The MOGA controller was an awesome concept, a Bluetooth controller with a big grip that holds your phone, but it didn’t come without its fair share of issues. Not only was game support minimal (the drivers are proprietary, though there are other methods to get it working available), but it wasn’t all… Read more

GameStick Gets A New Look, Dock To Go Along With It

The GameStick has gotten some pretty big support on Kickstarter, not only blowing through its $100,000 goal but getting more than five times that. The company behind it, PlayJam, has redesigned the GameStick using feedback from people, and this is the new design. Not only does it have a bit more of a grip to it (still looks incredibly uncomfortable to… Read more

NVIDIA Says Project SHIELD Will Not Be Sold At A Loss

Many consoles turn a profit on their ecosystem, at least at first. A perfect example is the original Xbox: it was sold at a loss, while Microsoft raked in money from games and content. They earned money from published games and everything on Xbox Live, so it ended up a good business strategy for them. But NVIDIA is not a content provider, it’s a… Read more

PowerA Unveils The MOGA Pro, A MOGA Beefed Up And Full Size

If you’re a fan of Bluetooth controllers for Android phones, MOGA is one of the best, if not the best. With the flip up arm to hold your device at a good angle, it makes mobile gaming easy and fun. The software and low app compatibility is not ideal, but that can be remedied by a few clever Android apps. However, what if you, like me, have big hands?… Read more

GameStick Is An Android Gaming Console Gone Portable

Android-powered home gaming consoles have exploded in popularity recently, starting with the OUYA. However, not all Android consoles are equal. OUYA serves its purpose as an always connected Android console that plays games with a big, ergonomic controller and a fairly powerful Tegra 3 chip inside. The GameStick serves a whole different purpose, and… Read more

eSfere Is Another Android Gaming Console, Similar To OUYA

If the OUYA isn’t attractive enough for you, it now has a competitor: the eSfere. Very similarly to the OUYA, the eSfere will contain “at least” a Tegra 3 quad core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage, 2 USB ports, Bluetooth, WiFi, Ethernet, and HDMI. On top of that, the controller will feature a touchscreen with an accelerometer and a… Read more