June 16, 2021

One of the best ways to game on Android is finally affordable with this Amazon deal


Listen, mobile games: you gave it the old college try with touch-screen controls. Sometimes, sure, it worked OK, but more often than not we found ourselves craving the sort of responsive input you only get with a proper, physical controller. Luckily there are plenty of solutions available to Android gamers, and one of the better ones is Razer’s Kishi. Normally retailing for $80, earlier this week we spotted it for a much more reasonable $55, and if you haven’t jumped on it yet, that deal’s still available.

The Kishi is a neat little controller that expands to grip your phone and folds up into a pocketable size when not in use. Just be sure to check if it fits your device before you order — some bigger phones won’t work without modifying the controller.

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You can use the Kishi with most mobile games that support USB controllers, including cloud services like Stadia and Xbox Game Streaming. For more information, check our full review. At $55, you’re saving $25 versus MSRP, which is nothing to sneeze at.

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