Gamevice Controller - Gamepad Game Controller for iPhone 6, 6s, 7, 6 Plus, 6s Plus and 7 Plus [Apple MFi Certified, iOS] - 1000+ Compatible Video Games (GV157)
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About this item
- Special Limited Time Offer – Originally $74.95
- Fortnite - Now works with Gamevice controller
- Compatible with iPhone 6, 6s, 7, 6 Plus, 6s Plus and 7 Plus **NOTE - this product does not support the use of iPhone screen protectors or cases as it may cause fitment issues with the Gamevice controller.
- Play Video Games - Play your favorite video games like Fortnite, Minecraft, Street Fighter, Grand Theft Auto, NBA 2K19, and many more with 1,000+ compatible games (download free app “Gamevice Live” on Apple App Store for all games)
- Classic Hardware Controls - Dual Analog Joysticks; A, B, X, Y Buttons; D-Pad; L1, R1 Bumpers; L2, R2 Triggers; Menu Button; No Latency, Pairing or Power Loss - Gamevice connects directly to your smart device's charging port. No need to pair or charge and every button press counts. Play your favorite console titles with Gamevice and raise your mobile gaming to the next level!
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The Gamevice Controller for iPhone offers classic, truly functional hardware controls that deliver a satisfying gaming experience for gamers at any level.
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- There is another model by this company with the same model number but with a -a suffix that has a significant price difference. That’s weird, I though, what’s the diff? More features? Newer model? Amazon won’t let me provide the link but there’s a tweet from the manufacturer that confirms you’re literally paying for a different box. Uhh...well then looks like I’m buying the non -a model.
-fitment on iPhone. No exaggeration, the reviews that say it doesn’t really fit with a screen protector are 100% correct. The top and bottom of the iPhone slip into the Gamevices sides. The fit is tight enough where it’s designed to be held in by the squeeze. The screen protector keeps the iPhone from sliding in all the way. However, even though it doesn’t technically fit, it works. There’s a little locking mechanism in the back where it tightens the grips to your iPhone. Even though mines not fully seated, the tension holds it just fine.
-button response. Ok, this was the big issue when I was deciding whether or not to go with this or something else. Googling around got mixed reviews, there was some speculation that the problem is actually on the apps side. The buttons are supposedly intended to be pressure sensitive, and if the apps don’t adequately configure for that on the dev side, the experience is going to be terrible. That said, since the initial reviews from a couple years ago, I think the apps have come a long way since I didn’t really have this problem. I’ve tested and have been playing the following games without much issue: dead trigger 2, sonic cd, LEGO starwars, real racing 3, crazy taxi classic. I do notice on the racing games the triggers are pressure sensitive (throttle and brake response), and I will admit that at 100% throttle I’m squeezing the trigger pretty tightly but I never feel like I’m hulking out on the controls. As a caveat, I haven’t tried any fighting games where quick successive button pushing is required. Sorry, haven’t tried fortnite.
Overall, for <$40, I’d definitely recommend this. I love the psp layout vs the other options that mount the phone to a controller. Haven’t tried the wired earbud connection, but works fine with my bt headset. Mfi games are still a little scarce, but sega seems to be making their more popular retro games available for free, plus a few gems here and there.
Disappointed on both fronts.
Noticeable latency from when I press a button to when I perform an action.
Half of the time I would press a button it would do one action and then press it again and it does something else.
The worst parts of this are that if you have a glass screen protector you have to remove it, so now your screen is exposed. You have to remove your case (not that big of a deal).
And now I am in the hole $10-$15 dollars in shipping returning this thing.
Waste of time and overall disappointment.
Did not live up to expectations and reviews.
2) My iPhone XS Max feels like it barely fits in. Tight grip, at least. Part of the screen is covered. No chance of keeping a case on.
3) It does work with the Steam Link app - it's an MFi controller.
4) The sticks work great.
So yes, no point using this device due to the buttons - which is sad as the rest of it seems reasonably well thought out. The R2/L2 triggers are especially awful.
Top reviews from other countries
max. It is not possible to map the buttons and you can use it only with certain games, specifically only the ones from the “gamevice live”. all other
Games just forget it. Check in advance if your favourite game is available on gamevice live. I bought it used but the package arrived and the controller looked like brand new. Very satisfied
No games available for UK region.
- einfach zu verwenden
- große Auswahl an spielen (App Downloaden und mal selber nachschauen, heißt Gamevice Live)
- Liegt gut in der Hand
- Besitzt einen Magnet zum zusammenpacken
- muss nicht aufgeladen werden
- Tasten reagieren relativ schlecht (man muss stark drücken)
- Tasten reagieren manchmal nicht
- Man kann keine Hülle beim Handy verwenden
- man darf keine Panzerglassfolie verwenden (es geht zwar aber nicht optimal)
- ledanzeige nutzlos
=> Wichitgster Punkt: leichte Verzögerung nach dem Drücken obwohl man eine direkte Verbindung hat (darf nicht sein!!!)
Wäre der Controller für 30€ im Shop könnte man sich den gerne kaufen, aber so kann man leider noch nicht wirklich Echtzeitgame spielen. Der Grund warum es 3 Sterne sind, ist, weil es eine große Auswahl an Games gibt, man den Controller nicht aufladen muss und dieser überhaupt Funktioniert. Abzüge waren wegen der Verzögerung und den nicht reagieren bzw. starken drücken der Tasten.
Falls der Hersteller das liest:
Lieber mehr an die Funktionalität arbeiten anstatt an die tolle Aufmachung, denn einen Controller muss man nicht neu erfinden! Des Weiteren wäre es besser wenn der Controller Universal wäre oder wenigstens das man eine Schutzfolie verwenden kann (kenne keinen der sowas nicht verwendet), denn so kann man den leider nicht wirklich empfehlen. Vor allem darf es keine Verzögerung geben wenn man die Tasten Drückt.