We’ve been waiting for the MOGA Mobile Gaming System from PowerA since we first heard about it and the launch is right around the corner. On October 21st you’ll be able to pick up yours from a nationwide network of retailers, including Best Buy, Toys”R”Us and surprisingly T-Mobile.

MOGA has attracted support from top mobile developers and publisher who want to bring “console-like” precision and control to the Android based phones and tablets. Developers like Gameloft, Atari, Namco Bandai, Sega, Remedy Entertainment and others have committed to developing MOGA compatible games. Which is the big selling point over traditional BlueTooth controller options, instead of hoping that they work, developers are tailoring their games to make sure players get the best possible experience.

The MOGA Software Development Kit also provides mobile game developers greater precision, robust control and enhanced display abilities while enabling fast, efficient development of rich new game titles and MOGA enhancement of existing titles.

MOGA will also be launching its Pivot App which enables gamers to easily browse find and play a library of MOGA Enhanced Games in one location, similar to how the NVidia Tegra Zone works with Tegra Enhanced games.