If you own the Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Android gaming console then things are going to get exciting for your device as OnLive has partnered with Mad Catz to bring cloud-streamed games to a large TV using the M.O.J.O. microconsole. Both companies have worked to optimize the OnLive Android app for the Mad Catz M.O.J.O. which
There are only a few dedicated Android game consoles out in the market today but this number is slowly increasing. Joining the ranks of devices such as the NVIDIA Shield, OUYA, and GameStick is M.O.J.O. from Mad Catz. This device which was first revealed at E3 2013 last June is now shipping and costs $249.99.
Mad Catz has just unveiled a couple of universal headsets and gaming keyboards at E3 they are planned to be launched some time this summer or fall, they headsets that they showed off will work on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PC and Mac. There is no word on whether Mad Catz will be updating
Mad Catz has announced that it is preparing Project M.O.J.O., an gaming console that is based on Android. Mad Catz is slated to give consumers a first look at the device during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) next week in Los Angeles. According to Mad Catz, the device is a micro console that aims to