the game cube controller would work with splatoon 2 if you can remap the zr and zL (squid and shoot) to r and L and make subs the zr trigger be cause when playing splatoon 2 the L trigger dose nothing and the minus button almost never dose anything although you will need a button for exiting the testing zone which is the only function it has (because the other one is mostly unknown)
It’s not powerA ... I have already burned through two of those in just three months. Same problem with each one: the left stick stopped working. I just bought the switch pro controller and it’s awesome.
My go-to wire controller is an Xbox One controller and an adapter, a good option especially since I had an Xbox one controller laying around but since I mostly use my switch in handheld/tabletop mode, I barely use it anyway.
The Joycons are very impressive for their unusual shape and size. And it is amazing how well the games controll with such weird controllers. They are definitely the most unique controllers I have ever seen. Unfortunately, my hands are a bit too big for the joycons and I have a bit of trouble playing with them. Because of this, I am playing almost any time with my pro controller because I use my switch in docked mode only anyways. Plus, the Joycons are also very expensive. 50 bucks for just one and 80 for booth. But luckily, this isn't an issue because they come with the system anyways.
At this point, I want to mention that I am a bit confused with NIntendos price policy. In switzerland, the Switch without any game costs around 340 CHF (1CHF = 1.05 USD)
The joycons costs 80 CHF, the dock for the system costs 80 CHF too. So the console/tablet itself with all the cables costs only 340CHF - (2*80CHF) = 180 CHF.
Also strange are the eshop prices here. A game retail/physically in store costs around 64 CHF. The same game in the Nintendo eShop costs 90CHF.
Yeah, to be honest, the Nintendo pro controller is a really overpriced piece of shit. Sure, it feels absolutely amazing (in my opinion number 1) but for a pricetag significantly higher than any other high-end controller, it should have at least analog triggers instead of just digital ones. I am happy with my Nintendo pro controller and money isn't an issue for me but this thing is really too expensive. My XBox one S wireless controller with bluetooth costed just a bit more than half of the price of an Nintendo pro controller :/ And the XB1W controller is basicly the best controller out there.
But as long as you don't play several hours a day on your system, a cheap controller for a few bucks is good enough :D
i have a question, i have the Zelda controller you have in the video, has it been acting up for you? e.g the character movie back toward the screen while your not touching it as this is really bad when actually playing it and want to know how to fix it
If you already own a PS4, using the PS3/PS4 to Wii U brook adapter with a Dualshock 4 is the best way to play the switch wired. If you don't already have a Dualshock 4, then the best is the pro controller
What about the SN30 Pro from 8bitdo? Its wireless, but it's got all the inputs for the switch and it even has motion controls. Its also cheaper and it looks like a SNES controller which is a major plus.
I purchased the power a controller, and found that it has NO motion controls. I don’t know about the others controllers, but I was really disappointed. I get that motion controls aren’t in many games, but Mario Odyssey has so many controls locked behind motion controls.
No mention on the changeable sticks on the Power-A controller? You complain about them but never bring up it comes with two other sets of sticks that are interchangeable have different heights and can be concave or convex.
I've been playing, alot of XC2 recently and have found that, when it comes to things like the minigames, salvaging and tiget tiger!, using the joycons and the switch in handheld mode is a must, for me at least. I also have the XC2 version, of the pro controller, but even using it wired, I feel like the responsiveness of the buttons are lacking. Are there any controllers out, that preform better in this regard?
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