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This looks interesting, hoping some of the folks on here have experience with it and can provide feedback.
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Can't speak to this particular wired controller but Hori in general makes some great products. They had an Apple TV game controller that was a great addition in the home.
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Good stuff and solid with good length. bought it at same price from BB on Thanksgiving.
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(Does not include motion control or vibration feedback functions.)
Yeah I reckon that might be the reason why it's so cheap.
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after reading up i went with the zelda themed one for 25, theres also a mario one. reviews for the black one said the d-pad doesnt have proper diagonal controls so sucks for fighting games, and that the dpad itself felt loose, probably because its removable. the link and mario ones dont have that feature so the dpad is solid. also read that the thumbsticks are too sensitive and its hard to keep link/mario from sprinting away when ur barely moving them. u arent out much with 20 dollars though
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I saw a number of posts saying that pro controller for Xenoblade is the best.
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I saw a number of posts saying that pro controller for Xenoblade is the best.
Really? How is it different from regular pro controller?
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Really? How is it different from regular pro controller?
I have read a couple of reviews very quickly. You would be better off googling yourself. Something about the build, the axis controller, the feedback, materials used, blah blah blah
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Yeah I reckon that might be the reason why it's so cheap.
good. those things suck and I (as well as many others) turn them off whenever possible.
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I just bought a Switch, what should my second controller be? Joy stick or Pro?
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I just bought a Switch, what should my second controller be? Joy stick or Pro?
The official pro controller is the best controller I have ever held. It's expensive but so so sooooo worth it.
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I just bought a Switch, what should my second controller be? Joy stick or Pro?
I bought a Switch 2 weeks ago and picked up the pro controller. I was torn between the Power A controllers and the Hori, and based on everything I read I finally sucked it up and bought the Pro. Zero regrets. Just do it, because those joycons suck.
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after reading up i went with the zelda themed one for 25, theres also a mario one. reviews for the black one said the d-pad doesnt have proper diagonal controls so sucks for fighting games, and that the dpad itself felt loose, probably because its removable. the link and mario ones dont have that feature so the dpad is solid. also read that the thumbsticks are too sensitive and its hard to keep link/mario from sprinting away when ur barely moving them. u arent out much with 20 dollars though
That one does seem more ergonomic and better designed. Thank you for the suggestion!
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