Chances are you came here looking for more information on Moga gaming controllers or just looking for an all around amazing mobile bluetooth gaming controller for your android device and/or PC. Moga Mobile Gaming Systems manufactures many amazing bluetooth controllers for tablets, smart phones and Android Tv. If you have followed Reviews By This Guy either via this website or on the We Deem Channel on Youtube you have come to realize that I review quite a few bluetooth gaming controllers or gaming controllers in general. I have been gaming since a young boy, over the years I have played with some great controllers, some not so great controllers and some that would have been gold if it wasn’t for one thing such as a failed D-pad or discomfort during a long or even a short gaming session.
Per the suggestion of Shrey on my post “GAMING CONTROLLERS UNDER $30 THAT DON’T SUCK!” I decided to purchase four different Moga gaming controllers and see how they fair. Let’s take a look at each gaming controller and don’t forget to check out my full review on all four controllers.
If you’re looking for a great mobile lightweight controller for your android phone or tablet then the Moga Power A is a great way to go and comes in at a very affordable price tag. It’s made of a pretty sturdy plastic and has a rubber backing for grip. The Bluetooth controller has everything you would need to enjoy hours of mobile gaming except for your tradition D-pad which has been around since the original NES but the D-pad concept was started an early as the 1976 and was made popular by the 8-bit era which is still employed in current gaming. Unfortunately the Moga Power A doesn’t have a built-in Lithium Ion battery, instead, it uses two triple A batteries and doesn’t allow for micro USB power. Read Full Review…
Moga Hero Power
The Moga Hero Power is a step up from the Moga Pocket with a slightly larger form factor, the addition of a tradition D-pad and dual analog sticks instead of the Nintendo Ds style. The controller keeps Moga’s sleek matte and gloss black with the orange accent color scheme. The Hero Power is made of a very sturdy plastic, has all the buttons needed to play current gen games, they feel well made and very responsive. Unlike the Moga Pocket, it has a rechargeable internal Lithium-Ion Battery which is charged via a micro USB cable and a battery life of 18 hours. Read Full Review…
Moga Pro Power
With the Moga Pro Power, it just keeps getting better, with its larger scale and a step closer to being a full-size gaming controller. The Moga Pro power has everything the Hero Power has to offer but is a scaled up version, the controller has a larger d-pad, full-size analog sticks with a concave shape to conform to your thumbs and larger pill shaped actions buttons. The controller’s extended handle on the right and left allow for better grip. The Moga Pro Power take about four to five hours to charge and can last up to about 24 hours if Moga boost is turned off. Moga boost technology allows for charging your phone during gameplay and can add about 50% battery life to your device which is 10% higher than the Moga Hero Power. Read Full Review…
Looking for a full-size Bluetooth wireless gaming controller? Moga introduced the Moga pro which is the most expensive controller on here and in my opinion doesn’t feel as well made as the Moga Pro Power. The Pro is made of a hard plastic but feels really lightweight which could be a good or bad thing and isn’t as striking as the Pro Power or Hero Power in the design department. However, it does feel the most natural in your hands and does have the best grip amongst the four controllers. It has all the controls for console-style gaming such as two analog sticks, d-pad, four action buttons, start, select, R1, L1, R2, and L2. The controller will make a perfect fit for Android Tv gaming and because of the included tablet stand it will make a perfect controller for your Android Tablet. Read Full Review…
The Moga Power A wireless Bluetooth controllers offer a variety of options for every occasion and for all types of gaming personalities. The Moga Pocket is perfect for those gamers looking for something that fits in perfectly in your pocket along with your cell phone but still offers a great functional gaming experience. For mobile gamers looking for more console tradition controllers including proper analog sticks then Moga Hero Power, Moga Pro Power and the Moga Pro offers you just that.
All the Moga controllers except the Moga pocket offer an internalLithium-Ionn battery which is a little let down for the pocket since you will have to replace Two AAA batteries from time to time instead of being able to charge the controller via a USB wire. The Bluetooth connectivity process was extremely easy and the only controller out of the four that gave me issues was the Moga Pocket.
The Moga line has a very striking design with the black and orange color scheme. All the Moga controllers are affordable but I felt the Moga Pro was a little pricey and in my opinion, I didn’t feel like the build quality met the price point. Overall all four Moga controller offer a great gaming experience and felt like pretty solid controllers compared to other similar controllers on the market.
Don’t forget to check out the full reviews of each controller, look forward to the Top Five Gaming Laptops and Gamesir controller reviews which are both coming soon to Reviewsbythisguy.com. Also check out the We Deem Channel for other Reviews just like these.