A few months ago, we reviewed Razer Kishi, a cute little Android controller made in conjunction with GameVice. This is especially noteworthy now that streaming services like Google Stadia and Xbox Game Pass are exploding … which makes it especially sad that Kishi is now on the iPhone, where such services are notable for their absence.
Still, the Kishi is good, and it̵7;s amazing that it’s now available for the iPhone for a myriad of mobile games and ports. It contains all the standard inputs from a typical console controller, including the often elusive L3 and R3 click buttons, and its direct flash connection means it does not need a battery or Bluetooth.
It is also surprisingly portable for a controller that is so convenient, as it collapses into the size of a computer mouse. If you need a charge boost while playing, there is a secondary flash port on the controller itself.
The iPhone version of Kishi is more expensive than the Android version at $ 100. Also note that because it uses a direct connection, it is not compatible with iPads or other gadgets. It works with iPhones from the latest iPhone 11 Pro Max all the way back to the iPhone 6 Plus. You can order one now.
Source: Razer via Engadget