Moga Ace Power Review
Posted 16 August 2014 - 05:24 PM
Here's the how it looks:
Here are the accesories:
Black spacers (for iphone 5), orange spacers (for ipod 5th gen) and a charger to replenish the battery.
Pros and Cons:
-Set your own controls to your appeal
-Fingers don't get in the way of gameplay
-Sound isn't blocked by your hand
-2 analog sticks for movement and aiming. Far better then the logitech power shell
-Makes gameplay feel better then normal touch screen gaming
-Aiming is sensitive even when changed
-Very cheaply made
-It's pricey, 60-100$ depending on where you buy
-May be hard to get used to
If you're tired of using your touching screen, then get it. However, it comes at a price of 63$. If you like using the touch screen, don't get this gamepad.
NOTE: Please note that this game pad isn't compatible with all games. Number 1 reason is that developers don't take time to implement controls.
- Tank War 2, elderby22, Iluvtanks and 1 other like this
Posted 04 April 2015 - 03:48 PM
Yes, save your money by paying for something that is 540$ more than controller.
Who the heck, why would you buy that piece of Junk when the reviews on Google says, It's Not worth it, sensitivity sucks. Not good quality,Stop wasting your money when you can just use iPad Air 2
- fred ditto likes this
Posted 21 April 2015 - 06:24 PM
Tablets are better for playing Tanktastic, that's for sure. If I had the money to burn I would get a moga but I only have three, maybe four games that can actually use it. (GTA: SA, Modern Combat 5, Real Racing 3, Tanktastic)
If it was supported for more games I would consider getting it on sale, if ever.