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MOGA Ace Power iOS 7 Game Controller Review



Apple’s newest operating system, iOS 7, added the ability for games to support a controller in order to better optimize and play. MOGA has released a brand new ACE Power controller specifically for iOS 7 devices.

The team at MOGA and PowerA were kind enough to send us at charlieINTEL a unit to review.


The design of this controller is very similar to the Xbox controller – same A B X Y buttons, the analog sticks are placed in a similar style as well. The controller itself is very light – almost unnoticeable when carrying it around. The buttons are easy to find and press, and the control feels nice in the hands.

To get your iOS device in the controller can be a little confusing at first; took me a few tries to get it right, but after you do get it right, it’s very easy to remove/put back in. The controller requires iOS 7 to work.

The controller also has a battery indicator on the right side, and when your device is connected, the controller will charge your device. The battery life of the controller lasted around 5 hours in my testings. The controller comes with a cable to connect and charge the controller itself.



For testing, I played Call of Duty: Strike Team majority of the time. With this controller the game’s experience only gets better. Strike Team is easier to play, and adds an extra level of usability with the controller. The control layout is very similar to any other Call of Duty game. The controller features four triggers – two left, two right – that are used for shooting, aiming, throwing equipment and tactical equipment. The analog sticks aren’t “clickable”, so when you go up to knife someone, you have to use the touch screen to do so.


There’s a wide variety of games that do support this new controller. Games like Real Racing to Call of Duty. While some games offer great support within the app, some don’t. For example, playing certain games with a tutorial requires you to use the on screen and device functionality. The tutorial portion and some of Flight Theory Flight Simulator is an example. It doesn’t let your use the controller if you use the tutorial or certain other modes. But, I expect, as the device is new, support and compatibility will only get better as developers understand how to fully use the controller technology.


  • Sleek design
  • Introduces new ways to play mobile games
  • Wide range of games available


  • Functionality within games sometimes limited
  • Battery could be better
  • Hard to learn what button does what for each game

Overall, the new MOGA Ace Power iOS 7 game controller is a fantastic device. MOGA has gotten the right controller layout and understanding of how gamers play. The controller is a sturdy, sleek device. As more games support this new technology, the controller will keep getting better. MOGA has delivered a fantastic device, and their controller is currently the best one on the market.




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Activision files cease and desist letter against another cheat manufacturer



Activision Blizzard continues to take down cheat manufacturer sites to stop the spread of different cheats for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone.

In August, the company filed a lawsuit against CXCheats for illegally creating cheats to be used in an IP owned by Activision Blizzard. CXCheats since deleted all cheats for Modern Warfare and Warzone in compliance with the lawsuit.

Now, in September, another large cheat manufacturer, GatorCheats, has said that Activision Blizzard has filed a cease and desist letter to stop them from making cheats for Call of Duty games.

The owner of GatorCheats said in their Discord that the first letter was filed by in May 2020, but they did not fully comply with that – opting to allow cheats to continue to be available.

In May 2020, Activision Blizzard’s attorneys contacted me via a Cease and Desist letter. Considering this event, I decided to act on my already pending decision to close all sales to new customers for my product relating to Modern Warfare and Warzone.

Activision has since escalated the requests. In Sept. 2020, the owner of GatorCheats claims that Activision Blizzard served another cease and desist letter. But, this time, a PI showed up at his residence with the letter and informed him of what Activision knows about their site and the owners behind it.

In September 2020, Activision Blizzard’s attorneys had another Cease and Desist letter hand delivered to me by who I assume was a PI, considering he knew my family members by name and made a point to showcase that he did. Also in September 2020, I received very clear communication in a follow up from Activision Blizzard’s attorneys communicating that they would litigate (file a law suit against me) if I didn’t comply with continuation of stopped sales as well as a complete stoppage of interaction with and updating of any products related to their client’s products.

The full letter from the owner states that he will “never make or create” a cheat for an Activision Blizzard product again after receiving the letters and a visit from them at his house.

Activision has not commented on their anti-cheat initiatives since June, where the company said they continue to ban players on a regular basis.

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Activision files lawsuit against cheat manufacturer



Activision filed a lawsuit to sue a company responsible for creating hacks and exploits for Modern Warfare and Warzone.

Activision has sued CXCheats for illegally creating cheats to use in Call of Duty, the company announced.

CXCheats claims on their website that they are “dedicated to quality.”

This is a pathetic marketing line to convince users to buy cheats to use in Call of Duty.

The owner announced on Discord (message posted to Reddit) that they are removing Warzone cheats from their site.

Announcement Message

As some of you may know, Activision Publishing, Inc. has filed a lawsuit against CXCheats and has made it clear to us that our services violate their Terms of Use.

As a result of our lawsuit with Activision, we have agreed to cease development and support for all Call of Duty related products or services sold through the site. These products will not be returning to CXCheats in any form. You also should be aware that using third-party tools in Call of Duty may result in the suspension or banning of your account by Activision Publishing, Inc. or the game’s developers. We apologize for any pain we’ve caused to players of Call of Duty.

Call of Duty: Warzone has been experiencing an intense amount of hackers since the game’s launch on March 13 on the PC platform.

With cross play, the hacks impacted the console players as well. PS4 players have opted to disable cross play to avoid them. Xbox players currently cannot disable cross play for unknown reasons.

CXCheats said on Discord that any user found using their software in Warzone will be banned, permanently.

Any user who utilizes unauthorized third-party software to gain an unfair advantage, manipulate stats, and/or manipulate game data is subject to penalty. Unauthorized third-party software includes, but is not limited to, aimbots, wallhacks, trainers, stats hacks, texture hacks, leaderboard hacks, injectors, or any other software used to deliberately modify game data on disk or in memory.

As of now, Activision has not commented on the lawsuit.

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Former MLB executive joins Activision Blizzard to lead Sports & Entertainment



Activision Blizzard announced this week that former MLB executive will be joining the company starting August 17 in a newly formed position of President of Sports & Entertainment.

Petitti was the Deputy Commissioner and COO of MLB for years.

“Tony is one of the most highly regarded executives in sports and entertainment,” said Bobby Kotick, Chief Executive Officer of Activision Blizzard. “His success in media and as Deputy Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer of Major League Baseball is the perfect blend of skills to help us realize our aspirations for esports and our related businesses. He is admired by owners, media executives, players and fans.”

“Bobby Kotick has been translating his vision into opportunity at Activision Blizzard for 30 years. I couldn’t be more excited to use my own 30 years of sports and entertainment experience to help Activision Blizzard realize its ambitions,” said Petitti. “It’s clear to me the company has an incredible opportunity to connect players and fans in new and innovative ways, and I’m excited to be joining the company at such an important moment in its history. The last 12 years in baseball have been extraordinary for me and I am especially grateful for the leadership and mentorship that Commissioner Manfred provided to me and the League.”

Tony Petitti will join on to be in charge of the company’s esports businesses, which include Overwatch League and Call of Duty League, consumer products division, and films & television division.

Petitti will report directly to Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick.

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