Coupled with Drastic (ds emulator) and FPse (ps emulator), this actually makes Android gaming actually viable. Android games these days are filled with freemium, microtrans, DLC, and such. I wish they would do games like they used to -- pay for the game once then you're done with the "real money" aspect. Emulators are its saving grace.
The Moga guy seems genuine and honest. Good mobile gaming, not something I would personally buy. But I can see android being the gaming platform for the lounge room in a few years (maybe more). A dongle in your tv and away you go, and then you can continue when your on the train ect.