It’s no secret that smartphones (and tablets) are generally ill-equipped for certain games, at least as far as physical controls are concerned. So T-Mobile is offering a solution in the form of the MOGA Mobile Gaming System, created by PowerA.
The pocket-sized MOGA works with Android devices (versions 2.3 and higher) and connects via Bluetooth, giving users a full suite of controls for gaming, including dual analog sticks, two shoulder buttons, four action buttons, and start and select buttons.
While tablets will have to be set down on a surface or propped up during gaming sessions, smartphones can be docked in the controller, so the display is at an ideal angle right above the MOGA.
The MOGA, priced at $49.99 is available for purchase online now at T-Mobile’s website, and will be on sale in T-Mobile retail stores starting November 14.
Following the successful review of the iOS game Paper Bees (Read the review here) I am proud to announce we have a couple copies of the game to give away. To enter the competition please submit your name and e-mail address below. Make sure you e-mail address is correct as this is how i will get in contact with you to tell you that you have won.
I will pick a winners on the 10th of June and message the lucky people. Good luck and i look forward to seeing who has won.
Find out more details on the competition page here.
During the Nintendo Direct Wii U special they revealed a brand new controller for the system.
Iwata explained that the Wii U Pro Controller is intended for multiplatform games. This controller appears to be best used for more hardcore games (Shooters perhaps). An Ideal choice for playing the new Super Smash Bros. game they announced last year!
Upon first glance it looks an awful lot like the Xbox 360 Controller.
Below is the official trailer for The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: Dawnguard. Dawnguard will be available on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 this summer.
A lot of rumours have been flying around the internet lately about the new “Battlefield 3 Premium Service.” Well according to the on-line retailer “CoolShop” the service will carry a price tag of £34.96 and be expected to launch on the 29th of June.
Today Electronic Arts has confirmed the price of the upcomming Battlefield 3 Close Quarters DLC. The pack will cost roughtly £10 and will be on all platforms. I have recently covered what is in the pack in a earlier post, Check the link below
Battlefield 3 Close Quarters
EA and Sony have an agreement that the DLC will come 1 week earlier to their platform putting the time scale for the PS3 at the 1st of June.
Today i have uploaded my first video of a series of videos i will be uploading. This will be the whole single player campaign.
A game franchise we have all come to love the elder scrolls series, with the likes of Oblivion and the newest title Skyrim what would be more anticipated than a elder scrolls game on-line. I personally don’t know how this could work as the whole point of the elder scrolls game is deep single player with lots of character plots and choices to change the world as we know it. This might be what the MMO market needs after year of stagnation from the likes of (Flame proof jacket equipped) world of warcraft, EVE online and star wars.
There has been a reported 250 people working on the game and it has been in development for around five years. The team that is working on the title has quite a big background working on titles such as Halo, Everquest and wolfenstein.
The story line is set a millennium before the events of skyrim and Tamriel is gripped by cival war. The three main factions are fighting over the right to the imperial throne. (Sounds like the tv show Game of Thrones) You and thousands of other players will join the fight by picking a side and fighting to become ruler of