Steam Controller Available for $34.99 Once More

Steam Controller Available for $34.99 Once More

Lowest price since launch.

Since it launched a few years ago, the Steam Controller has been one of PC gaming's most divisive subjects. Some people favor this little guy while others can't stand the sight of it. What isn't in debate, however, is how customizable the Steam Controller is and that kind of versatility can lend itself very well to PC titles that aren't traditionally built for gamepads.

The Steam Controller has seen a handful of discounts in the past but the current price of $34.99 over at Amazon US is still the cheapest price this one has ever been available for since launch.

For its full price of $50, this controller might be a little much for people to take a risk on but bringing the cost down to $35 certainly makes it a lot more accessible. As someone who's spent a good dozen or so hours playing strategy games with one of these, I can vouch for the fact that while not all games are ideal for the Steam Controller, you can really get something good going with the right settings.

Steam Controller for $34.99 from Amazon US

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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