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Modern Combat 4

Gameloft just rolled out its latest revision of the popular Modern Combat series just a few days ago, but unfortunately it was struck down with some major download issues. Users were purchasing the game -- at $6.99 -- and then either weren't able to download, or downloaded bad files that caused game issues on first launch. The issue is now fixed, and downloads should be working without a hitch.

Now that the bugs are out of the way, Gameloft is also letting us know that Modern Combat 4 supports the MOGA Mobile Gaming System controller from PowerA natively at launch. If you happen to have one of these controller contraptions available, it may be worth a look to see how it operates.

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There are 9 comments

Hubertsng says:

Ugh... I hate these mobile gamepad support, makes those guys have an advantage over touch screen.

lionsson says:

Why don't they support Android's built-in gamepad API's. MOGA is the first two years from now we will have five different controllers. Every controller will have to be supported separately. This is horrible

Suntan says:

So does having "moga" support mean that native gamepad support is improved? Touch emulation with the PS3 leaves something to be desired.

-Suntan

still1 says:

gameloft, please update Asphalt 6 for Nexus 4 and nexus 10. untill then i am not fucking buying Gameloft game ever. both are not compatible.

rico college says:

SO are they saying it only supports MOGA gamepads, not regular bluetooth enabled gamepads?

lionsson says:

It's weird that only some buttons work with standard Android gamepad. The left stick, reload, shoot, pause, and dpad work but the rest don't work.

Jack Ooms says:

i`m ripped off by gameloft. it still doesn`t work on mine ipad3. shame for stealing money from the public.

Jack Ooms says:

give me back my money....

Jack Ooms says:

i deleted the game and want to install it again. and again gameloft want another 6 euro from me. no way. go stealing by someone-else....