Game Controller

4 Best Android Game Controllers and Grips in 2020

You take your phone or tablet everywhere so you want the home gaming experience to come with you. For that, a Bluetooth game controller for Android devices will give you the same look and feel as a home system.

8Bitdo SF30 Pro Controller Review

With retro gaming making a comeback, I was particularly interested in the launch of SNES’s latest controller – the 8Bitdo SF30 Pro gamepad. This newer model is compatible with a whole range of platforms including Windows, Android, Mac and of course Nintendo Switch. The thing that will strike you about its physical appearance is that …

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Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. is the Most Expensive Game Controller for Android Yet

Mad Catz have just announced their new product at CES 2015. It is a game controller called L.Y.N.X., and it’s totally different from any other game controller we’ve ever seen so far. It is designed to be a one-size-fits-all controller. So it features built-in microphone and keyboard, it can hold both phone and tablet.

Nyko PlayPad Pro for Android Review

Even though next generation gaming consoles continue to break sales records, most people agree (including industry insiders) that the future of gaming is going to be decided on mobile devices. Android, smart phones, and even new set-top boxes and smart devices have already built up a dedicated gaming community and marketplace. With the gaming dev …

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Amazon Fire Game Controller Review

If you are looking to play games on the Amazon Fire TV setup, you’re going to want to look seriously at this Amazon Fire game controller. With literally hundreds of thousands of mobile games available to you through the Amazon Fire TV, this is the kind of “extra” you might not be able to go …

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MOGA Mobile Gaming System Review

Perhaps one of the most common complaints of gaming on mobile devices is trying to control them with a touchscreen. It’s possible to become good at games using only touch controls, but it seems to be generally agreed upon that nothing can replace the feel of pressing a physical button; it’s that tactile response that …

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