Wii U Pro Controllers just got cheaper thanks to peripheral manufacturer Nyko, which revealed its cost-effective alternative to Nintendo’s design at CES. Get pricing and a shot of the device after the jump.
The above controller will launch in the States later this month at a low RRP of $34.99, which is a marked reduction from Nintendo’s $50 price tag. The battery life is 25 hours, according to Nyko reps on the CES show floor, speaking with Destructoid.
No European release date has been revealed as yet, but we’ll update if we hear more.
What do you think? Does it look good/cheap?
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