Orzly Pro Gamepad Turbo Controller for Nintendo Switch - Plug and Play USB Wired Game Pad with Extra Long 3m Cable (10ft) and Turbo Buttons for Nintendo Switch - £12.99 at GAME 	Sold and Fulfilled by Orzly Store
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Orzly Pro Gamepad Turbo Controller for Nintendo Switch - Plug and Play USB Wired Game Pad with Extra Long 3m Cable (10ft) and Turbo Buttons for Nintendo Switch - £12.99 at GAME Sold and Fulfilled by Orzly Store

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Edited by:"hotfinder"Found 5th Feb
Found this on Game.co.uk and seems to be sold direct via Orzly. Thought this was unbelievably cheap for a well reviewed USB Switch controller on Amazon. Tempted myself but unsure of quality. Seems it has rumble mode but IR capture button, NFC or motion controls.
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I’m using the official pro controller and it’s well worth the money!
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Personally I wouldn’t want a wired pad nor a third party Nintendo accessory. But the price is good. Having tried out the wireless pro Controller I’m holding out for £40 ish on one of those and am using the £9 Giotek joy con grips in the meantime.
It has rumble but it doesn't work well with games utilising HD rumble.

For example if you go near the Odyssey ship in Mario the controller rumbles like crazy, so it's best to turn it off.

Also the shoulders are triggers, but the games aren't designed for triggers.

The actual quality of the joysticks are good for the price, comparable to something from PDP. They feel closer in quality to the pro controller joysticks than the joycon's for sure.

Although Orzly this is the exact same model you get from cheap Chinese sellers. Orzly have just slapped their logo on it.
I’m using the official pro controller and it’s well worth the money!
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I've heard the pro controllers have d-pad issues so was wondering if this was better. Can't find any reviews to say they're better or worse though.
I love the pro controller, prefer it over joy cons and have had no issues
hotfinder22 m ago

I've heard the pro controllers have d-pad issues so was wondering if this …I've heard the pro controllers have d-pad issues so was wondering if this was better. Can't find any reviews to say they're better or worse though.


If you're going wired and have a PS4/Xbox one. Take a look into a Nintendo switch PS4/Xbox controller adapter.

They'll let you hard cable into the switch dock and the one I had gotten came with a usb C to A otg cable as well.

Their about £10-15 on eBay.
Can I use this to play android games on my android TV box?
kos1c1 h, 19 m ago

If you're going wired and have a PS4/Xbox one. Take a look into a Nintendo …If you're going wired and have a PS4/Xbox one. Take a look into a Nintendo switch PS4/Xbox controller adapter. They'll let you hard cable into the switch dock and the one I had gotten came with a usb C to A otg cable as well. Their about £10-15 on eBay.


Sources I have read suggest that this doesn't work very well because the adapter changes the stick movement to digital, so even if you move one of the sticks very slightly they effectively go to full lock (if that makes sense?) - or have they found a way around this now?
Edited by: "akajay07" 5th Feb
Ordered, thanks OP.
They shouldn't be allowed to make wired controllers anymore
Heat for the price, but I don't understand why controllers without motion sensors are being released when this functionality is required for some games (e.g. some Breath of the Wild shrines - I can't comment on other games).
akajay073 h, 2 m ago

Sources I have read suggest that this doesn't work very well because the …Sources I have read suggest that this doesn't work very well because the adapter changes the stick movement to digital, so even if you move one of the sticks very slightly they effectively go to full lock (if that makes sense?) - or have they found a way around this now?


I only tried it a little bit on skyrim and it played well no issues.
Brother used it for mk8 and again didn't say it felt odd or anything.
kos1c4 m ago

I only tried it a little bit on skyrim and it played well no issues. …I only tried it a little bit on skyrim and it played well no issues. Brother used it for mk8 and again didn't say it felt odd or anything.



Cheers - maybe the issues have been resolved then? Still doesn't fix the lack of motion control issue, but what can I expect if I refuse to pay £60+ for the pro controller
akajay072 h, 33 m ago

Heat for the price, but I don't understand why controllers without motion …Heat for the price, but I don't understand why controllers without motion sensors are being released when this functionality is required for some games (e.g. some Breath of the Wild shrines - I can't comment on other games).



+ Mario Odyssey
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