Nyko Partners With NVIDIA on New Tegra Optimized Android Game Controllers

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  1. dgstorm

    dgstorm Editor in Chief Staff Member

    Jan 5, 2011
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    The popular third party game controller maker, Nyko, has just announced a new line of Android gaming controllers. These new gaming controllers will be optimized to work with NVIDIA Tegra devices. Here's the press release,

    There is currently no word on pricing or availability, beyond "Fall 2012," but we will keep you posted. It will be interesting to follow this since it looks like the industry is starting to make a greater push toward more gaming in the mobile world. Could we be seeing the beginning of the end for console-style gaming?

    Source: Nyko
  2. strider_mt2k

    strider_mt2k Member

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    Oh that is AWESOME.

    I haven't been able to make a controller work on my A500.
  3. WasteLandSavage

    WasteLandSavage Senior Member

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    Acer Iconia A1-810, Acer Iconia A500
    I had gotten a PlayPad to work on a Lenovo A2109A running JB 4.1.1 flawless.

    But I can't get it to even flinch on my new A1-810 running JB 4.2.2 and that's even with a full upgrade of the controller's firmware?
    Nyko's Customer Support Stinks to say the least.

    So I bought Moga Controller it's next to impossible to get to run on my A1-810 without clicking my heels together three times while saying I wish it would work? :confused: :mad:

    Moga has tried to be fair about it and at least sent me a replacement controller but that did "NO GOOD" either.
    And they have realitivly no idea as to why it doesn't. Other then to say it should.

    I'm about to give up on even trying to get a controller to work, And I know I'm not wasting anymore money on it......

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