You may (or may not) have heard of the MOGA Bluetooth-powered gaming controller. The device has been available for Android hardware for a few months, but the team behind it has opened up platform limitations by releasing the SDK for developers to implement support in Windows Phone 8 games. The controller is on show at this year's GDC.
While no games are available yet to that take full advantage of the controller on Windows Phone, we can expect to see some titles announced soon enough. PowerA has stated that the SDK for Windows Phone will be available soon. Microsoft has published a short demonstration of the controller in action:
Looks pretty neat, right? With all the titles and Xbox Live games coming to Windows Phone, it'll take the gaming experience that step further with the Bluetooth controller. For more information, head on over to the Windows Phone Developer Blog.