- Platform: Nintendo Switch
- PEGI-classificatie Binnenkort beschikbaar
- Medium: Videogame
- Aantal items: 1
Nintendo 250006 Pro Controleur, Zwart (Nintendo Switch)
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- Kabellengte: 100 cm
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Nintendo switch pro controller deze draadloze controller voor de nintendo switch heeft een klassieke vorm, ligt comfortabel in de hand en is erg geschikt als je lang in de tv-stijl of de tafelstijl speelt. De controller bevat net als de rechter joy-con controller een nfc-aanraakpunt, zodat je ook je favoriete amiibo met deze controller kan gebruiken
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The Pro controller is an optional thing that's nice to have, but if you don't get one right away it's still fine.
The controller itself seems durable. The buttons have a good feel. I didn't have any trouble connecting it to the switch.
Marked down simply for the price - which is the same everywhere...but come on Nintendo, 70 bucks?
After switching from the Xbox One or PS4, I am forever finding I press B instead of A or Y instead of X. It always takes me at least a week or so to get back into the Nintendo layout. Sometimes I just forget and press the wrong button. This is a real problem that Nintendo refuses to address. For any gamer who's used the Xbox or PS4 for long enough, moving to a Nintendo is a very frustrating experience. If you're going to give us a Pro controller, let us swap the AB and XY placement to match the Xbox or PS4. This is supposed to be a Pro controller, right?
The biggest problem is the ease with which this controller connects to the Switch. With the PS4 and Xbox One, you have to press the PS or X button explicitly to get the controller to connect. Unfortunately, Nintendo designed this controller to connect on any button press (including the shoulder buttons). This means that if the controller gets lost under something, you can find that controller randomly connects to the Switch, begins controlling the unit and moving the cursor (much to your displeasure). Thankfully, Nintendo includes a 'Find My Controller' feature by running the rumble on the controller. So, it's relatively easy to find the controller (as long as it still carries a charge). However, finding the controller easily doesn't help much when you're fighting against that same random controller which is now connected and continually moving your cursor.
The controller includes a 60 inch (5 foot) long USB-C charging cable. You can never have enough well made USB-C charging cables. Unfortunately, it's not quite long enough to be useful as a wired controller unless you sit close to the Switch. I prefer the 10-12 foot cables that let you game using a cable. Again, this is a miss by Nintendo. Make the cable longer.
The battery in this controller lasts a long time. Besides the random connect issue, the NFC reader is easily the weakest part of this controller. It can be difficult to find the location of the NFC reader location and when you do, the Amiibo has to be touching the controller perfectly. The NFC reader has a very weak reader signal and will sometimes fail to read an Amiibo entirely. Because of this, I don't necessarily trust writing often to my Amiibos for fear of corruption. I'd prefer if Nintendo would decouple this feature from the controller and offer us a separate standalone reader where we can leave the Amiibo on the pad. Just take it off of the controller if you can't really make it work well. Note that the NFC reader on this controller does work marginally better than the reader on the JoyCons, which actually offer no solid place for the Amiibo to touch.
At $69, it is overpriced for a controller with its features. The price for this controller should be no more than $49. It's definitely overpriced. Though, I will say that the wireless connection from the Pro Controller to the Switch is rock stable. I've never once had the connection drop even at a reasonable distance away (10-12 feet), unlike the JoyCons which seem to have frequent disconnection problems no matter the distance. Unfortunately, this controller cannot be used like the JoyCons. If you have a game that needs to use the hand pointer control (like the Wiimote), you're stuck using the JoyCons or you'll need to pick up the Switch and use the touch screen.
Overall, it's a decent controller, but it doesn't deserve the 'Pro' moniker. It really does not offer 'Pro' features in any real sense. You can't reprogram buttons, you can't change the joystick tops, you can't plug headphones into it, it has no expansion slot and there aren't any rear paddles. In short, it's a standard controller labeled as 'Pro' in an attempt to command the overpriced $69 price tag. However, this controller is still leaps and bounds better than the unreliable JoyCons.