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Need a controller for your phone? The Razer Kishi is available at its lowest price yet!

If you're looking to play games on your smartphone, no matter which service you use, you will learn quickly that touch controls... don't feel all that great. While serviceable, a touch screen doesn't give the same physical feedback of buttons clicking and analog sticks moving, and that just might be a more integral experience than...

The Razer Kishi controller is on sale for $70, so grab one before it sells out

I swear, I've been trying to write up a deals article on the Razer Kishi controller for the past month. It's been on sale multiple times for the holiday shopping season, yet I always just seem to miss the deal on the Android gaming controller before it's out of stock. But, I'm not too late...

The Razer Kishi mobile gaming controller is now available in a special “Designed for Xbox” edition

Back at CES, Razer announced the Kishi, an extending game controller for smartphones. The Kishi is what's called a "telescopic" gaming controller, meaning it extends to mount smartphones of various sizes. Unlike many other gaming controllers, the Razer Kishi is not wireless. Rather, it connects to your phone's charging port. Because of this, Razer made...

The Razer Kishi controller can be easily modded to fit larger Android phones or phones in cases

Mobile gaming is getting more and more popular as smartphones continue to push the boundaries of performance. Over the past couple of years, we've seen a few AAA game publishers attempt to make their mark on the industry. The rise of console emulators and cloud gaming services is also improving choice for mobile gamers. Even...

Razer Kishi Review – An Android Gaming Controller that’s perfect for Cloud Gaming and Emulation

Gaming on a smartphone is usually not as satisfying as it is on a console, and a large part of that is because of touch controls. Tapping and dragging on-screen buttons is far slower and less convenient than pressing physical buttons and moving analog thumbsticks, which is why the gameplay experiences of many mobile games...