MOGA XP5-X Plus Review

Jacob S. from Link Cable Gaming writes: "It would seem just a few years ago, that everyone would scoff at the idea of third-party controllers for their lack of quality and design. In more recent times the narrative has changed entirely and even many turning towards third-party peripherals over what was considered the standard controllers offered by the likes of Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony. More and more we are seeing people turn to third-parties for their added accessories. The MOGA XP5-X Plus by PowerA is one such peripheral, and it is by far one of the best third-party controllers to play on for both Android devices, PCs and or the Xbox streaming service."

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JustTheFax52d ago

Got one for free with my samsung phone. The sticks suck and are too stiff. They need to be calibrated or something. Not a fan!

JACOB_LC51d ago

I'm sorry to hear that the controller isn't to your liking. I found the sticks to be just fine, but they aren't as high quality as I would have wanted. Still, a free controller is a free controller. :P

JustTheFax51d ago (Edited 51d ago )

True, but I will probably just sell it. The problem with the sticks is for instance in Call of Duty, I go to aim and the stick goes too far or not far enough in the movement. The middle zone is too small. I hope that makes sense. I know there is a term for it but it isn't coming to me right now. Maybe aim acceleration or the dead zone? Not sure, whatever it is, it feels imprecise compared to my old xbox one controller.

Anyway, I just ended up getting a new xbox series controller for $30 on sale.

Mcardle52d ago

Biggest gripe I have with this is that you can't connect it to an actual Xbox console, or at least I haven't managed to.

JACOB_LC51d ago

Unfortunately, it does not connect to either the Xbox One or the Xbox Series of consoles as it is specifically for PC and or mobile.