- 平台: Windows Vista / XP, Nintendo Super NES, Macintosh, Android
- 格式: 电子游戏
+ ￥95.85 运费及进口关税
Hyperkin “Scout”高级 BT 控制器，适用于 SNES/PC/Mac/Android（包括无线适配器） - Super NES
- 兼容所有 SNES 型号、PC、Mac 和 Android 型号（通过蓝牙）
- 无线距离长达 30 英尺，通过随附的蓝牙转换器提供
- 内置可充电（通过微端口）锂离子电池可持续约 6 小时
Hyperkin Scout Premium Wireless Bluetooth Controller for the SNES，让你可以抓住90年代，同时提供符合人体工程学的现代舒适性和经典的可靠性。 通过随附的蓝牙转换器，您可以从您的SNES中轻松移动至30英尺。 内置锂离子电池可持续 6 小时，通过微电缆充电。 Scout 还可通过蓝牙与 PC Mac 和 Android 兼容（附带转换器）。
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That being said, it's not perfect. First of all, it's ugly. It's white and unattractive, and so is the dongle. The dongle itself is a pretty big eyesore plugged into my Super NT. Secondly, the face buttons, while they work well, are *slightly* smaller than the original SNES controllers. The d-pad works well, but it doesn't feel mushy like the original SNES controller - however, it's accurate. I was able to produce probably eight out of ten shoryukens in SSF2 with no problem.
Also, even though they've designed the controller to be more ergonomic than the original, it really isn't as comfortable as the SNES controller.
All the negatives notwithstanding, this is an EXCELLENT option. You really can't go wrong. If you are looking for real authenticity, I recommend getting an 8bitdo bluetooth DIY kit for a real SNES controller shell along with the 8bitdo retro receiver or the 8bitdo SN30 GP. Those options, while better, are also more expensive. Bang for your buck - it's this.
There are only two drawbacks, neither of which individually or jointly felt sufficient for me to downgrade to four stars. First: the instructions are simple and clear, but incomplete. If you follow them and do nothing else, the unit will not sync with the dongle. It may sound silly, but you need to press the small circular black button of the front of the dongle, *and then* press the sync button on the controller itself. It paired within five seconds, probably less, when I did this. But this instruction, intuitive as it may be, is not present in the instructions.
Second, for an adult who doesn't have particularly large hands or fingers (in fact, they're probably slightly smaller than average), I found the controller to be very very slightly small. I just wish it was very slightly bigger. This is quite possibly due to the memory of how large the controllers felt in my hands when I was 10-12. But it's nothing unbearable. I very occasionally accidentally touch the A button when I am mashing B. In Super Mario World while riding Yoshi, that'll basically give you a jump-eject from him when you weren't expecting that. However, I discovered I was positioning my thumb a bit diagonally. Anyway, if you have larger hands, this might become a slight annoyance. Or maybe you're used to this, have adjusted accordingly, and will have no problems.
In any case, it's convenient, feels great to hold and the buttons do not feel cheap. It's responsive, easy to pair, and works great! I'd recommend and will buy another as long as it holds up. Great work, Hyperkin!