Nacon MG-X Pro review – a compact colossus

Nacon MG-X Pro review – a compact colossus

Nacon MG-X Pro review – a compact colossus

I’ve not had the chance to get my hands on any previous Nacon products, but having heard mixed feedback about their last Xbox Cloud Gaming effort, I wasn’t sure what to expect. However, I can happily say that the Nacon MG-X Pro controller is a little beauty that offers a great mobile gaming experience, and has earnt itself a permanent place in my bag.

Its price may seem a little steep, coming in at around £80, and its availability in the US is somewhat patchy. However, if you decide to take the plunge and get your hands on one, you won’t be disappointed. In fact, I’d say it trumps any other extendable Android controller I’ve tried in the past.

The first thing you notice about the Nacon MG-X Pro is the sleek design. It certainly looks the part, boasting large, well-spaced out buttons that cover everything seen on the standard Xbox One controller in a smooth, matt black. The surface is textured on the back and smooth on the front, and feels a little more light and plasticy than most first-party console controllers, but this allows for a lightweight body, and still feels durable and strong.

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