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MOGA Mobile Gaming System: The ultimate Android gaming peripheral?

Hitting the market before the likes of OUYA, GameStick and the Nvidia Shield, can the MOGA Mobile Gaming System be the best gaming accessory money can buy?

One of the first gaming peripherals to hit the market this year is the MOGA Mobile Gaming System which could potentially revolutionise mobile gaming as we know it. The MOGA system comes in form of two controllers, both of which will take on different roles for gamers.

First off is the MOGA Pocket which features a full controller experience without being too bulky in size. As well as featuring the dual analogue sticks and an entirely wireless connection through Bluetooth, the Pocket also comes with the MOGA Arm accessory to help secure your smartphone to the top of it.

Next up is the MOGA Pro, a controller for more serious gamers who find it hard to adapt to many of the smaller Bluetooth controllers available for users. Each side of the controller is lined with a full grip patch, a d-pad and dual analogue sticks. The Pro is also fully rechargeable, meaning you can put away those pesky batteries.

Both controllers can make use of the extensive library of games that MOGA are promising users through the MOGA Pivot app that is downloadable from the Google Play store. Games are being added on a monthly basis, with titles such as Pacman and Grand Theft Auto Vice City, among others, currently available.

Both controllers will be available from June 14th, with the Pocket being priced at £29.99 and the Pro at £39.99.