Originally Posted by Benjiro
Shadow, there is more to take in account then just cheap, with these type of controllers. Developers support is also a big item! Moga is more or less a bit known, so there are a bunch of developers, that add support to there games for it. But unknown devices are in general more hit or miss.
And the quality is indeed a big factor also. For instance how the buttons are spaced. How they feel when pressed down. If the nubs are analog or digital. The quality of the nubs. Those things alone can make a big difference.
That is one of the reason i liked that video reviews, because they confirm the moga had quality parts. Lets hope that archion gives a update when he gets the controller, as to those points.
Testing Max Payne Mobile version, controls work flawlessly, it seems to support any game that supports moga controllers. (tried GTA, Riptide GP2, Order & Chaos online, and a bunch of emulators).
The quality is good enough, probably not as good as the moga ones, but only like 1/3rd the price.
The buttons feel very good except for the d-pad, as it feels a bit clunky, but I rarely use d-pads when I have analog sticks available, so not an issue for me.
The only problem is the bad placement of the volume/power buttons, but just slide it in carefully from the right side. One way to avoid it is to buy something like this: http://www.shapeways.com/model/14431...FRRefgodfAkAxA