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- Officially licensed wired controller for Nintendo Switch
- Turbo functions
- Detachable D-pad adapter
- Precision offset analog sticks
- Fast-action trigger shoulder buttons
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Officially licensed by Nintendo. After three decades of innovation as Nintendo's original peripheral licensee, HORI's done it again with the HORIPAD for Nintendo Switch. This sturdy, high-performance controller boasts an array of features including fast-action trigger shoulder buttons, a detachable D-pad adapter, high-precision offset analog sticks, turbo settings and more. Wired functionality provides lightning fast responses and tournament ready performance, while an ergonomic grip and a lightweight profile ensures continued comfort. (Does not include motion control or vibration feedback functions.)
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-No HD Rumble
This controllers main selling point outside of being wired is obviously the D-pad. For starters the D-pad is pretty much a floating D-pad much like what you'd find on Sega Consoles (albeit much cheaper feeling), so it's not a traditional cross D-pad . I know this can be a deal breaker for some but I'd say performance has been pretty good so far, with no unintended inputs yet. Now there is one thing I should mention and thats the Turbo placement: it's kinda close to the D-pad. It seems the D-pad also has turbo functions so if for whatever reason you hit it while moving turbo will activate on the dpad, so be careful.
Overall it's a solid controller and the D-pad is good for what it is, though it will take some getting used to if you aren't big on float pads.
This is no exception.
The analog sticks are a godsend compared to the ones on the joy cons, and while the dpad may not be as appealing as the ones on the official Pro Controller from Nintendo, it's still miles ahead of the buttons on the joy con substituted for one.
The triggers feel solid and the larger buttons means it feels great in the hands.
The only fault I can see is the lack of vibration motors (since Hori have also released a controller recently for the PS4 which strangely uses the same mold of this controller) and the lack of lights anywhere to show the controller actually being plugged in.
For it's price, the controller is fantastic.
If you're looking for an extra controller for party games, or want something that offers the "lag free" experience for a cheap price, you cannot go wrong with this one.
Looking forward to any other controllers Hori has on the horizon for the Switch!
I fully expect once smash brothers comes out for the switch this will become my go-to controller, instead of just a guest controller.
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