Today we’re taking a look at the new Razer Kishi Android Gaming Controller. This review of the Razer Kishi is Razer’s latest release into the Android gaming market. It doesn’t disappoint!
OK so it’s another expensive Android controller but I think you get what you pay for with this one.
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It’s compatible with Android phones on Android Oreo 8.0+ and with a USB C pot in the centre-bottom of your phone.
This should fit the Note 20 Ultra with no problem.
PS – The reason my controls scheme in Panda Gamepad Pro looks a bit messed up is because it was – if you change resolution after you’ve set up your controls then it will shift the position of your button mapping – rather annoying but I couldn’t be bothered to re-configure things 😅
2:12 Look and feel
4:14 Expanding the controller
5:13 Putting in your phone (Galaxy S20 Ultra & Galaxy S8)
6:51 Gamepad Tester App
8:06 Comparison with Glap Controller
9:42 Kishi App
10:15 Gameplay test – GTA III
11:20 COD Mobile
12:05 Panda Gamepad Pro
12:17 Gameplay test – COD Mobile
13:33 Controller thoughts so far
14:13 Gameplay test – Asphalt 9
15:33 Gameplay test – Fin & Ancient Mystery
16:55 Controller speaker audio
18:08 Gameplay test – PUBG
19:46 Gameplay test – Fortnite
21:01 Gameplat test – ProjectX Cloud
21:45 Controller pass-through charging
22:22 Overview and final thoughts
I think this is a fantastic purchase if you want a decent Android gaming controller. OK so you could go for a cheaper iPEGA controller but you’re not going to get the same quality. Like I said in the video review – the analogue sticks are fantastic – probably the best I’ve used on an Android gaming controller.
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