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Rotor Riot Android Controller review: A classic USB-C plug-and-play gamepad

RiotPWR keeps it simple with this Xbox controller-inspired design and vise-like phone grip. An increasing number of Android games include controller support these days, but choosing the right Android controller can be a finicky process. Bluetooth controllers usually lack a phone grip, require frequent recharging, and add a bit of latency to games. USB-C controllers with a grip eliminate that latency but are heavy and usually incompatible for non-mobile gaming. RiotPWR specializes in "latency-free" USB-C controllers (or Lightning, in the case of its iOS models) with a full configuration of buttons and triggers, including L3 and R3. The new Rotor Riot Controller for Android will comfortably hold any Android phone in its rigid sandwich grip, though you have to be careful about side buttons or squeeze gestures when attaching it. Once you plug its cord into your phone, it'll work straight away without any configuring — assuming, of course, that the game is compatible with the controll...

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