The Amazon Fire TV Game Controller is discounted to just $14.99 from its usual $50 price tag. Get it today and get your game on.

Amazon’s Fire TV may not be the first thing you think about when considering getting your game on, but it’s actually a viable platform if you have the correct hardware. That hardware is of course the Amazon Fire TV Game Controller, and despite its high rating on Amazon it’s always had one fatal flaw – it cost $50. Now you can get it for just $14.99, rectifying that flaw completely.

To look at, the Amazon Fire TV Game Controller looks very much like an Xbox One controller, which is no bad thing. We’re convinced that the Xbox One controller is the best around, so mimicking it somewhat isn’t something to Amazon’s detriment. It’s ergonomic, has a headphone jack, and has a button for instant voice search built right in. The controller gives you access to hundreds of games that you wouldn’t normally be ale to play, many of them free, so why not take advantage of this deal and pick one up today?

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According to Amazon, you can “Instantly find your favorite games, TV shows, movies, and more from Amazon using integrated voice search. Simply hold the button and speak into the controller,” which sounds great, and the controller can also be used as a remote so you don’t have to chop and change just because your gaming session has made way for a spot of Netflix.

The Game Controller also works as a remote for your Fire TV or Fire TV Stick. Use the joystick to effortlessly browse through your apps, music, and movies, and select with the push of a button. Intuitive playback controls allow you to play, pause, fast forward, and rewind, all from the comfort of your couch.

If you’re keen to take your Fire TV gaming to the next level, this is the controller you need.

Buy: Amazon Fire TV Game Controller from Amazon: $14.99 | Original price $50

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