HORI 无线战斗垫 GameCube 风格控制器 适用于 Super Smash Bros. (Zelda) - Nintendo Switch (Nintendo Switch)
- 蓝牙无线控制器,32 英尺范围
- 可充电电池每次充电可播放长达 15 小时
- 防回弹模拟摇杆和快速操作 L/R 和 ZL/ZR 按钮
新挑战者即将来临! 使用 Nintendo Switch 战斗垫将 Hori 带回旧学校。 任何Smash Bros 兽医手都可感受到游戏风格轮廓和传统 c-stick 的手感,但战斗垫的额外功能使其与众不同。 防弹回技术增加击球精确度,快速动作数字 L/R 和 ZL/ZR 实现超响应速度,纹理握把使战斗垫牢固定就位 - 即使在激烈的战斗中。 交换左/右和ZR/ZL功能,可以通过涡轮设置来播放您想要的方式或真正狂野。 内置可充电锂离子电池和蓝牙无线技术为您提供32英尺（约9.8米）范围和15小时以上的电池寿命。 印有您喜爱的任天堂角色和颜色——选择战斗机及装备! 任天堂官方授权。
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then i went into the Switch's settings to test the button presses. that's where i was able to pinpoint the actual problem.
* when i would press Left on the D-pad, it actually came through as X.
* when i pressed Right on the D-pad, it came through as Right Left.
* when i tilted down on the C-stick, it came through as holding the X button.
i submitted for a replacement, so i'll update this review when the new controller comes in.
[update, 4-star] i received my new controller about a week later. and this one doesn't seem to have any issues. i took it straight into the settings to test out every button. and every button was correctly going thru. then took it on a test run in Smash Bros, and also had no problems.
* motion controls work.
my only problem with the controller now... it feels way too light. it feels little heavier than the PowerA wireless GameCube controller (which has to take AA batteries). but the weight of the Pro Controller is a lot more, which is what i'm used to.
Excellent controller. Arguably better than the Pro Controller, in my opinion, and definitely better than PowerA. The turbo option is a bit inconsistent but turbo is a niche feature anyway. Otherwise, everything works exactly as expected. Quality plastic, quality buttons, solid connection, good battery. The buttons on the bottom are a godsend for high input games. 5/5, would buy again (probably going to get a second/third for friends)
I wanted a controller to use with my new Switch and had familiarity with the Gamecube-style controller but didn't want to use the USB adapter/GameCube controller for every casual game session. I tried the PowerA controller and it felt like complete rubbish. Low-grade plastic, unsatisfying buttons, and it required AA batteries. Immediately returned that. Then we bought a Pro Controller, which my partner really liked because it was similar to the xbox-style. It's good but too similar to the xbox, which caused me to jumble my inputs frequently. We kept it, but I don't use it.
So I ordered the HORI and immediately fell in love. It feels just like the original GameCube controllers with some slight differences. Obviously it has all the new inputs required for the switch - plus, minus, home, share, L-bumper. But it takes this even further and has to rebind-able bottom buttons as well, which is incredible for input heavy games. The biggest difference purists might notice from the original GameCube controllers to this modernized HORI version is the ZR and ZL buttons are just that - buttons. They are no longer pressure triggers. This doesn't matter because the Switch doesn't use pressure sensitive buttons but it is worth noting the difference.
Ultimately, I believe this is a near-perfect controller. In transparency, I haven't tested the motion controls yet. If they're good, then I'll be too busy playing to come back and edit this. If the motion controls are bad, I'll update the review.
If you have used the wired version of this controller, it's mostly the same but there are a few changes present.
~Bluetooth (duh) with USB C port
~Additional buttons on rear grips
~No textured grips (wired had textured grips)
~Odd placement of Plus button. The placement on wired version is reasonable but the wireless version's Plus button is way up on the controller. (more of a personal complaint)
I primarily use this controller for Smash Ultimate and GameCube emulation and it works well enough. No shield platform dropping for me, LOLZ