Along with the Nexus Player that Google announced a couple of weeks ago, the company said that a game controller—that looks a lot like a Wii U classic controller—would soon be available to buy separate of the Player’s $99 price. Up to four people would be able to play at once using this controller, and it looked like the Nexus Player could become the Ouya that never was with its help.
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Now, you can buy that controller—called a “Gamepad” by Google—on the Play Store for $39.99. The controller is Bluetooth 4.0 compatible, has a range of up to 30 feet, sports two analog sticks and pressure-sensitive shoulder buttons, and lets you easily switch between the home screen of the Nexus Player and the in-game action. The controller isn’t currently in-stock, however, as the store says that the controller will be shipping in 3-4 weeks.