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Enhanced Wireless Controller - Princess Zelda - Nintendo Switch
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- Includes Motion controls
- Two mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons on back
- Familiar ergonomic design
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Product detailsColour:Princess Zelda
- Batteries : 2 AA batteries required. (included)
- Language: : Italian
- Product Dimensions : 6.6 x 16 x 16.3 cm; 267.62 Grams
- Release date : 12 June 2019
- ASIN : B07N94JQS8
- Item Model Number : 1510838-01
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,063 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Pro style controller for Nintendo Switch. Features Princess Zelda from Breath of the Wild. Bluetooth Wireless Controller. Two AA batteries included. Flashing low battery indicator
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It is AA powered so I can just use my bank of rechargeables which works well for my needs.
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This controller feels confortable to play for long period of time, motion control works too, the pairing is automative, and the controller wakes the Switch up.
However, the left stick becomes reliable after one week of normal playing. I think it is because the left stick’s gotten used the most. The movement is jumping around. Open up the controller to have a look inside, to my horror, the manufacturing of the board is very low quality with many dry solder joints. This is why so many complaints on Amazon.com and .co.uk, for this controller after only very short time.
Returning this controller and getting the Pro controller instead.
UPDATE: I've been heavily gaming with this controller and it's held up so far. No ghosting in the sticks, and the buttons have no sign of wear. Definitely worth the money!
**UPDATE** MAY 2019
-My controller just died after 7 months of use. I didn't even get a full year out of it. Just shut off and never turned back on even with a fresh set of batteries. Smh...
Me gustá que funcione a base de pilas y sea inalambrico, ya que tengo gatos y así no corre el peligro de que los gatos jalen el cable. Las pilas recargables de larga duración de Amazon son un uben compañero.
Tiene un par de botones que pueden ser programados, lamentablemente sólo puede mapear otros botones y no acciones complejas o la presión sobre el D pad.
Carece de HD rumble y de connectividad con los amiibo.
*** Actualización ***
Presenta problemas de drift después de sólo un par meses de uso. Mejor busquen otra opción.
Having kids, I decided I needed an extra controller for the kids.
These new controllers are much cheaper than the PRO controller, so I thought I would give it a go.
Its OK, but not as good as a PRO controller, feels plasticy, buttons feel cheaper.
Played Diablo for a whole day with it, my fingers on the joystick on the left for moving means my finger hurt after a while, its uncomfy for extended play :( A real issue if you play games a lot.
No recharging either, its AA batteries only
So Its OK as a controller, but for a slight bit more the PRO controller offers, more comfort, rechargeable, built in rumble, built in AMIBOO reader, and in my opinion significantly better build quality
I was going to give this 4 stars because it's not a pro-controller but considering it is about half the price and does nearly everything the same to a high standard I can't help but recommend this with 5 stars. Yes its technically inferior to the pro-controller but the lack of 2 features (Rumble and NFC) don't effect its performance for playing games, plus you could get 2 of these for the same price as 1 pro-controller.
Economic - you can get 2 of these (the Zelda ones were cheaper) for the price of a Pro Controller. (If money is a big factor you can get a wired/USB controller for about £25)
Wireless - runs on 2xAA batteries and lasts 30 hours
Comfort - Much more comfortable than the 2x joycons in the grip, the +,-, home and snapshot buttons are slightly raised compared to the pro controller which makes them easier to use in my opinion. The pro-controller's buttons have a different profile (slightly more sunken in) so your preference may vary too.
Appearance - available in a variety of styles, the zelda one is particularly nice. Some of the USB versions aren't available in wireless and vice-versa. In contrast the pro-controller is just available in black.
Weight - comparable to the 2x joycons but a lot lighter than the pro controller, could feel a bit flimsy although it seems robust enough. I suspect the weight difference is mainly due to lack of rumble motors.
Ergonomics - Not as 'grippy' as the pro controller. The case is all moulded plastic compared to the pro controllers rubberised grips. I've not had any problems but your mileage may vary.
Features - No rumble or NFC (this keeps the cost down though) I suspect the lack of rumble also keeps the weight down too.
Responsive - the controller is highly responsive to inputs, however having used a pro-controller as well it feels a bit more precise with the analogue sticks than the A-power one.
Overall: I'd prefer if it was a little heavier feeling