GameKlip unboxing, installation, and review

January 8th, 2013 by WordPlop

The GameKlip is a new device which lets you connect a PlayStation 3 controller to an Android phone. The device is essentially a piece of plastic that right now comes either as a universal mount, or specifically for the Samsung Galaxy S3. The universal mount attaches to a spare case for your phone. You can connect the controller with a cable to have it work out of the box with your Android phone, or you can install the Sixaxis app on your phone and connect the controller through Bluetooth, but your phone does need to be rooted for this method to work. Overall, this is a great way to play games such as GTA Vice City on your phone, especially when traveling without a gaming laptop. In fact, for games like the Android version of Vice City, the only decent way to play is with a controller – if you take a look at the bad reviews for that game, they’re all complaining about the on-screen controls. For the full review of the GameKlip, including the unboxing and installation, check out the video below:




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One Response to “GameKlip unboxing, installation, and review”

  1. Richard says:

    That’s a very cool gadget. Plus I am a fan of the PS controller.


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