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Nintendo Switch Enhanced Wireless Controller/Gamepad - Princess Zelda for £29.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Nintendo Switch Enhanced Wireless Controller/Gamepad - Princess Zelda for £29.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 1st May
Reduced at Amazon to price match Argos.

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Play your favourite Nintendo Switch games like a pro with this officially licensed PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller. Designed for comfort during extended gaming sessions, this Bluetooth wireless controller features a white Princess Zelda design, motion controls, standard layout and a metallic D-pad.; Enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay with new alkaline batteries (other variables affect playing time).

Box Contains1 x Wireless controller;2 x AA batteries;User Guide
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Can you connect 2 to the same switch?
Kieron_a101/05/2020 12:43

Can you connect 2 to the same switch?


I don't see why not. The switch can have up to 8 controllers connected at a time. It all depends on the type of controller and the game you are playing as to what you can do with them.
Kieron_a101/05/2020 12:43

Can you connect 2 to the same switch?


Definitely can. We have the 2 mario design ones and never use the joy cons now
How does this compare to the Pro controller? Price looks good.
Good timing. Son's switch controllers are starting to fail.
Can this wake the console out of sleep?
Minstadave01/05/2020 13:19

How does this compare to the Pro controller? Price looks good.


it doesn't have built in rechargeable batteries, rumble/vibrate or NFC like the pro controller.
If you already have rechargeable batteries and don't use the amiibo stuff then it's a no brainer IMO. you still get the motion control for those games that require it.
1 advantage over the pro controller is this has 2 programmable buttons on the back if that's of any use to you!
Edited by: "Youngy315" 1st May
Minstadave01/05/2020 13:19

How does this compare to the Pro controller? Price looks good.


Its cheaper for a reason. Read the reviews, lot of people complaining of drift on the thumbsticks after 3-4 months.

I have had my official Switch pro controller for 2 years now. Heavy use. No issues.
The 20 is worth the extra on quality.
Minstadave01/05/2020 13:19

How does this compare to the Pro controller? Price looks good.


I had Pro for Wii U and Pro for Switch from day 1 and appreciate it every time I use it. These look ok but would be controller #2 or #3 after 8bitdo (SNES style) for me.
southsidesilver01/05/2020 14:05

Its cheaper for a reason. Read the reviews, lot of people complaining of …Its cheaper for a reason. Read the reviews, lot of people complaining of drift on the thumbsticks after 3-4 months.I have had my official Switch pro controller for 2 years now. Heavy use. No issues.The 20 is worth the extra on quality.


Yeah I have a Power A wired controller and one of the thumbsticks developed drift after barely any use, so I can't say I'm all that surprised to hear this one has the same issue
Edited by: "rqmusicfan" 1st May
Buy a pro controller for the extra £25, you wont regret and if you do, just sell it for £49.00 on ebay.
Has anybody had one of these for a few months and can give an honest review? The pro controller is £30 more so I would have picked this one up if it does what it says on the tin. Help needed
kevcal1102/05/2020 10:11

Has anybody had one of these for a few months and can give an honest …Has anybody had one of these for a few months and can give an honest review? The pro controller is £30 more so I would have picked this one up if it does what it says on the tin. Help needed


You can pick up a pro controller for 50 at most places. So only 20 more. I would advise to buy the official pro controller and not this. It will last you so much longer and the resell value will remain.
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