Despite my initial 2 star rating I really do love this controller. However, this controller has some glaring flaws that really need to be taken into consideration before you purchase.
·It's recognized by the system as a pro controller instead of a GameCube controller, and has all the extra buttons you need to use it with any game on the switch!
·Same motion control functionality as a pro controller.
·Feels perfect in the hands, just the right amount of weight.
·Face buttons and joysticks feel identical to the original.
·Much better d-pad compared to the original GameCube controller!
The really bad:
·This is the big one. Triggers are not analog, and despite the item descriptions claim at being the best option for smash, the lack of analog simply makes this controller obsolete when it comes to playing smash seriously(very dissapointing, PowerA!)
·Non rechargable batteries in 2018? I could live without it IF it had analog triggers, but this just feels like excessive corner cutting.
·Zero rumble functionality on a $50 controller, again it's 2018 guys.
·Lack of built in battery means no USB port for any PC use, unlike the regular pro controller(not massive but still!)
Is it terrible? No. Is it worth the $50 price tag? No.
This is a seriously missed opportunity that just fails due to poor design choices likely in favor of cutting corners. I would honestly give this 5 stars if it had analog triggers and just ignore all the other flaws, but without them this barely justifies being worth half it's retail price(likely due to it being officially licensed, the price of that is pushed onto you.)
I would honestly pay upwards of $100 for a proper functioning GameCube styled controller updated for a modern era, but this just isn't it.
- 平台: Nintendo Switch
- 格式: 电子游戏