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Dead after 3 months, the left stick always getting stuck and thinking that im smashing it left when im not even touching the controller. the "a", and "b" buttons keep getting stuck and the triggers rarely respond. I want even using it that hard, just some light SMB 3D Land, some Mario Kart, and some New SMB U. no fighting games, and no shooters.
I expected this controller to let for years, but its failed.
oh and the manufacture warranty is gone after 3 months, so it looks like it was designed to fail quickly.
I got this controller for its Xbox-like design and price. Overall the quality of the buttons and analogue sticks were good but not great. The buttons are sticky and the sticks have a little too much dead zone. The most annoying aspect I found was that the triggers require a relatively long pull. It was not long before I started noticing the left trigger requiring increased pressure and becoming less responsive. Eventually the trigger button completely stopped functioning. This was after a few months of very light use. I only used the controller to play one game a couple times a week. I wouldn't be too surprised if I got this used but for a brand new controller this is unforgivable. At least the controller looks nice and fits well in hand but the quality and very short life span is not worth more than $5-$10
These worked... OK. At first, at least. All three that I bought were responsive right out of the box. After a decent amount of use, they all seemed to give out on me in one way of another. I've got one that can't use the left joystick, another that won't charge, and a third who's A button is barely responsive and has to be shoved down. These controllers are all pretty much either completely unusable, or just dead.
Don't waste the money in the long run. Save up the money and buy Nintendo brand controllers. They'll stick with you for much longer and will actually fulfill their value, which is far more than I can say for these.
Pros: The controller has a decent look and feel for the most part. The analog sticks feel good, better than the official pro controller even IMO. Most of the action was serviceable at first.
Cons: I attempted to play two games with this controller. First I played Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed, and that was mostly alright. There was a small feeling of latency at least with the analog sticks when playing compared to Nintendo's Pro Controller, but I'll acknowledge that's hard to quantify. The problems started cropping up when I played Batman Arkham Origins. Compared to Nintendo's controller, the turning was way tighter than it should have been and using some of the menus was impossible... particularly the map screen. The map screen would just jerk all over the place and was completely unusable. I don't really understand the reason for this since this particular type of action didn't occur anywhere else... it's not like Batman himself would move around uncontrollably. After switching over to Nintendo's version of the controller though, everything worked fine. It's a bit of a mystery.
Etc: The controller appears like it might have analog triggers. I'm not really sure if the Wii U is programmed to be able to use them, what with the standard pro controller and the Wii U gamepad both lacking analog triggers (so odd since the Gamecube was one of the first consoles to have analog triggers on the controllers). They felt fairly nice.
It's too bad, I wanted to like this controller, but I'm heavily put off by the odd little technical problems, so I'm going to return mine.