• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Cheap Plastic and Poor customer service

    • Written by from High Wycombe

    Sadly this controller was over hyped and has massively under performed.

    The plastic case scratches easily and feels like it could break at any moment.
    The use of the controller is buggy at best. It charges when it feels like it, no amount of pressing the reset button changes this.

    Approximately 1 / 10 times the controller will work normally.

    Ive had several events where putting the iPhone in, results in all the lights flashing but does nothing.

    Customer support is shocking. No response via email or twitter.
    When I phone the customer support line they aren't interested.

    Buy at your peril...

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Gamers beware

    • Written by from Billings

    I have no idea why people are giving good reviews. Its a 100$ accessory that fits nice around your iphone. Thats about all it really does for me. Your list of games that its compatible with is pathetic. I have purchased well over 75 games from the app store... Your controller is compatible with only 1 of them. ONLY 1! I would never have purchased this had I known your list of games was so small. Not only is the list of games small but most of the games I would never play. I will never purchase anything from your company again and will be trying to return this. What a total waste of money. Hope this review will shed some light and keep serious gamers out of some serious frustration.

    7 of 11 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Controller is clearly in Alpha

    • Written by from West DES moines

    If you are desperate for a controller with more than two buttons then I guess you have no choice but to get one like I did. Be warned, this controller is plagued with some kind of chronic battery level leaking and multiple resets needed anytime you use it. For example, I put the controller away for two days with a full battery charge and it was kept at room temp. When I went to use it the controller was 100% dead even though it had a full charge two days ago and had not been used. Since I was already used to the daily resetting issue I kept trying to reset it but since the battery went from full to dead in two days of non use, it was leading me to believe not even the reset was working because it wouldn't do anything.

    After having it plugged in I finally got 1 light bar to flash telling me it was not dead yet. Do you really want to deal with all this for 100 bucks and very very limited game support. So far I have two games I use it for, GTA SA and Asphalt 8.

    So in summary I paid 100 dollars for a controller with a built in battery that dies on its own in a matter of 1 to 2 days of non use, and it needs reset with a pin of some sort on a daily basis, just so I can play two games with it. Final Fantasy and all the other GTA games do not support it. I am a littler surprised people can get away with selling products that are so broken, and look at how many Android models they have, how did they mess up the only one that is available for apple so badly.

    9 of 12 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "1 Star" because there is no "0 Star"

    • Written by from Redmond

    So excited to get my Moga Ace Power...unboxed it, plugged in my iPhone 5S and NADA! No battery charging my phone, no game controller support, no headphone jack use -- just completely dead.

    And yeah it's fully charged and I've hit the reset. Piece of junk and it feels cheap as well. Too bad because I'm really digging "Oceanhorn" and was looking forward to using Moga with it!

    18 of 48 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Literally, a Plastic Piece of Rubbish

    • Written by from Oakville

    For $99.95, you think they would make something that feels durable and stable. It's plasticky, it's the exact opposite of what you'd expect. Minor delay with the controls, not much to complain about there. My problem is that it feels and works like it came out of a McDonalds happy meal - a very expensive happy meal.

    20 of 39 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked for 30 minutes, now it's dead

    • Written by from San Jose

    It was fun when it worked. I had it for 30 minutes and now my iPhone doesn't recognize it and it doesn't charge. Going back to the store.

    36 of 69 people found this useful