Nintendo Wii U Pro Controller - Black £35.85 @ Amazon
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Nintendo Wii U Pro Controller - Black £35.85 @ Amazon

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Found 30th Jan 2016
If you're more familiar with classic gaming controllers, the Nintendo Wii U Pro Controller is perfect for you.

Nintendo's screen-less controller features carefully positioned thumb sticks and buttons for a comfortable gaming experience.
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The right analogue stick is anything but carefully positioned.
It's cheaper than CEX sells them for used so its a hot deal in my view!
The wired PDP themed control pads are good and easily bought for around £14-16. As are the Hori ones which can be bought up for £14-19. Many other decent cost effective controller options available.
Is over £38 on Amazon now. A quick look around and it is available at Coolshop for £34.96 with free shipping and purchase points. coolshop.co.uk/pro…Q87

You might even improve on that if you look a bit more than I did.
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noahsdad

The wired PDP themed control pads are good and easily bought for around … The wired PDP themed control pads are good and easily bought for around £14-16. As are the Hori ones which can be bought up for £14-19. Many other decent cost effective controller options available.


The PDP controllers are not so great so if anyone were to get a NGC-shell type controller that connects to the Wiimote then it'd be better to get one of the Hori ones.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/61HtpwF9j3L._SX425_.jpg

These controllers are almost perfect except that they unfortunately connect to the Wiimote. Don't know why Hori didn't just make them wirelessly like Gioteck did.
Gamer_U

The PDP controllers are not so great so if anyone were to get a NGC-shell … The PDP controllers are not so great so if anyone were to get a NGC-shell type controller that connects to the Wiimote then it'd be better to get one of the Hori ones.These controllers are almost perfect except that they unfortunately connect to the Wiimote. Don't know why Hori didn't just make them wirelessly like Gioteck did.



Is good to have options though, some (myself for one) prefer the wired controllers that plug into remotes. Offers the best of both worlds. The PDP ones are the cheapest and best in terms of theme and matching up to remotes. They are also more than decent to use, which is why they are a good option for some.
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noahsdad

Is good to have options though, some (myself for one) prefer the wired … Is good to have options though, some (myself for one) prefer the wired controllers that plug into remotes. Offers the best of both worlds. The PDP ones are the cheapest and best in terms of theme and matching up to remotes. They are also more than decent to use, which is why they are a good option for some.


There's no advantage to being plugged to the Wiimote as it's still wired and gotta have the Wiimote around to use it. However, the Gioteck GC-2 for example which is compatible with Wii (Classic Controller games) and Wii U games is completely wireless.
Gamer_U

There's no advantage to being plugged to the Wiimote as it's still wired … There's no advantage to being plugged to the Wiimote as it's still wired and gotta have the Wiimote around to use it. However, the Gioteck GC-2 for example which is compatible with Wii (Classic Controller games) and Wii U games is completely wireless.



I find it is an advantage as there is no controller battery charging faffing around. Just the Wii U remotes use batteries which last for ages (I use rechargeable batteries). They are wireless of sorts also, like I said, best of both worlds.

Options are good.
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