Top Rated in Microconsoles

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4.0 | 184 customer ratings
70% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I think I would have liked it, had it worked for me. I was accidentally sent a IOS controller instead of an Android, so I never got to put it to the test. I didn't realize this straight away, but when I did, I used it with my phone and it worked well. Easy to connect and has good support on it's website with a downloadable app for IOS. It
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By Nurse Kristine
The controller itself seems solid and well-built, connecting easily to my tablet and configured inside my apps. It's a bit smaller than, say, a PS4 controller, but that's cool for a travel device. Full points on the controller, but the phone clip is useless. Although it grips my phone (S7 Edge in a slim case) well enough, the pivot on the
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By Matt
Mad catz went out of business. This won't sync up with any flash games,new emulators or most other games online. Also won't sync with any PC game I tried including Fortnite. Mad catz driver page is not up to date. Whrn you download the "app" for the controller it just takes you to a webpage advertising for the controller. Madcatz
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By Top Amazon reviewer
4.0 | 184 customer ratings
70% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I think I would have liked it, had it worked for me. I was accidentally sent a IOS controller instead of an Android, so I never got to put it to the test. I didn't realize this straight away, but when I did, I used it with my phone and it worked well. Easy to connect and has good support on it's website with a downloadable app for IOS. It
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By Nurse Kristine
The controller itself seems solid and well-built, connecting easily to my tablet and configured inside my apps. It's a bit smaller than, say, a PS4 controller, but that's cool for a travel device. Full points on the controller, but the phone clip is useless. Although it grips my phone (S7 Edge in a slim case) well enough, the pivot on the
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By Matt
Mad catz went out of business. This won't sync up with any flash games,new emulators or most other games online. Also won't sync with any PC game I tried including Fortnite. Mad catz driver page is not up to date. Whrn you download the "app" for the controller it just takes you to a webpage advertising for the controller. Madcatz
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By Top Amazon reviewer
3.5 | 432 customer ratings
58% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Most important thing to mention and the reason I removed a star: Mad Catz does NOT support this controller anymore. The xinput patch doesn't really exist anymore and any firmware updates have to be found on unofficial forums and driver websites. SO BE WARNED!

BUT, it still works great though! As long as you know your way around
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By Amazonian
This a ideal controller for Amazon Fire TV. Works extremely well tested on Asphalt 8: Airborne in several aspects better than the stock game pad provided with Amazon Fire TV. Response is lighting quick and sensitive, build quality is excellent and controls are identical to Amazon's game pad. I was a bit hesitant over the price but the q
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By FloridaSun
TLDR: skip down to pro/con lists toward bottom.

I'm not a big fan of console-style controllers but am looking for an alternative to touch-screen controls for games on my phone. This was the first controller I tried and while it seems to be okay for some games, I had issues using it while playing a FPS-style game. The problem was
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By B.Eastman
3.5 | 432 customer ratings
58% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Most important thing to mention and the reason I removed a star: Mad Catz does NOT support this controller anymore. The xinput patch doesn't really exist anymore and any firmware updates have to be found on unofficial forums and driver websites. SO BE WARNED!

BUT, it still works great though! As long as you know your way around
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By Amazonian
This a ideal controller for Amazon Fire TV. Works extremely well tested on Asphalt 8: Airborne in several aspects better than the stock game pad provided with Amazon Fire TV. Response is lighting quick and sensitive, build quality is excellent and controls are identical to Amazon's game pad. I was a bit hesitant over the price but the q
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By FloridaSun
TLDR: skip down to pro/con lists toward bottom.

I'm not a big fan of console-style controllers but am looking for an alternative to touch-screen controls for games on my phone. This was the first controller I tried and while it seems to be okay for some games, I had issues using it while playing a FPS-style game. The problem was
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By B.Eastman
3.5 | 432 customer ratings
58% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Most important thing to mention and the reason I removed a star: Mad Catz does NOT support this controller anymore. The xinput patch doesn't really exist anymore and any firmware updates have to be found on unofficial forums and driver websites. SO BE WARNED!

BUT, it still works great though! As long as you know your way around
        Read more
By Amazonian
This a ideal controller for Amazon Fire TV. Works extremely well tested on Asphalt 8: Airborne in several aspects better than the stock game pad provided with Amazon Fire TV. Response is lighting quick and sensitive, build quality is excellent and controls are identical to Amazon's game pad. I was a bit hesitant over the price but the q
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By FloridaSun
TLDR: skip down to pro/con lists toward bottom.

I'm not a big fan of console-style controllers but am looking for an alternative to touch-screen controls for games on my phone. This was the first controller I tried and while it seems to be okay for some games, I had issues using it while playing a FPS-style game. The problem was
        Read more
By B.Eastman