PowerA to unveil Android mobile gaming system at E3

 PowerA to unveil Android mobile gaming system at E3

PowerA will unveil an Android-powered hand-held gaming system at E3 next week, marking the latest move into the growing field of mobile gaming.

PowerA will unveil an Android-powered hand-held gaming system at E3 next week, marking the latest move into the growing field of mobile gaming.

 
The MOGA Mobile Gaming System is a combination of a gaming controller, software development kit, and the MOGA Pivot game library app.
 
The MOGA Controller allows users to connect their Android 2.3+ devices, both smartphones and tablets, and play games with all the features one would expect, including dual analog sticks, two shoulder buttons, four action buttons, and home, start and select buttons. It is also pocket-sized and connects via Bluetooth, removing the necessity of cumbersome wires. Phones are clipped onto the controller to provide the screen and computing power behind the games. A larger controller will also be released.
 
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The system's launch titles will include N.O.V.A. 3 – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance, Six-Guns, Dungeon Hunter 3, Painkiller: Purgatory HD, Duke Nukem 3D, Sky Gamblers: Rise of Glory, PAC-MAN, Virtua Tennis Challenge, Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II, Atari’s Greatest Hits (including Centipede, Asteroids and Battlezone) and Mike V: Skateboard Party.
 
The MOGA Mobile Gaming System will be available in the second half of the year.