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The Duke, the original Xbox controller / doorstop, returns for $70 in March (hands-on) - CNET

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The Duke. Will it fit in your garage? Sean Buckley/CNET

In June, we brought you the horrendous news that the original boat anchor was back -- the hideously large OG Xbox controller, affectionately known as "The Duke," had been plucked from its watery grave.

Somehow, for some unfathomable reason, father-of-the-Xbox Seamus Blackley secured Microsoft's blessing to bring The Duke back from the dead as a fully functional Xbox controller for gamers with a misplaced sense of nostalgia. In other words, gamers like me.

That's why I'm excited to exclusively reveal this: The Duke will cost $70 when it arrives this spring. (That's roughly 50 or AU$90 converted.) Manufacturer Hyperkin (also see: this dreamy new Game Boy) says it's shooting for a March release for the Xbox and PC-compatible pad, but say it might be lateMarch. So FYI.

We got to check out a near-final version of The Duke here at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, plus had a chat with Seamus Blackley himself. Here's everything else...(continued)

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