LG Versa game module now available

LG Versa game module now available
QWERTY keyboard has been the only snap-on module available for the LG Versa this far. While great for texting, emailing or simply punching in URL's, there aren't many jaw-dropping things you can use it for. This is about to change though, Verizon has just announced that a game pad module for the Versa is now available to customers. The accessory features an 8-way D pad and 4 dedicated, Nintendo controller style buttons. Unlike  QWERTY keyboards, the game module slides into place and costs just $29.99 with no games in the package. Other two modules for the Versa are expected to hit the shelves soon as well - a Wi-Fi connectivity module that would appeal to web surfing buffs and built-in speakers device meant for the audiophiles.

Check our review of the Versa Game Controller!

source: Verizon

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6 Comments

1. heavybreathing

Posts: 276; Member since: Feb 26, 2009

Dumb.

3. Legion

Posts: 397; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

Whats dumb is this was news, 2 weeks ago when I was playing with this device. It doesnt work with 90% of the games btw, pretty much only the few that were advertised. In most cases only one or two buttons would register with the game, and yes I connected it properly.

2. Vitamins4022 unregistered

totally fun! I would love to turn my phone into a gameboy!

4. tflex

Posts: 146; Member since: Oct 24, 2008

i think its a cool idea for someone who likes to play games on their phone...i like to play tetris on my phone.

5. chupum

Posts: 115; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

I think this is useless... Unless you're 16 years old and waiting for your mom to pick you up from the movie theaters...

6. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

Are we speaking from experience?

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