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The most comfortable controller! Fits so nicely into your hands. Plays like a dream. Have had an issue with it however while playing Batman Arkham origins, when I access the map screen the cursor won't stop moving around, meaning I have to switch to the games to fast travel. That aside a fantastic controller, easily the best on the Wii U.
Battery lasts for long time and recharges fast. You have to press some buttons a bit hard to make effect in the game. It is most noticeable in games where you have to keep the button pressed for a long period of time (example: mario kart).
Good purchase with a great price. Feels comfortable in my hands but i feel like it is a bit compressed ( buttons and analog stick ) I love the look a lot and was going to buy the wii u pro controller but this was cheaper :)
I bought three of these just for playing multiplayer in Mario 3D world, and Rayman Legends. They work great for those games, much better than using the Wii Remotes, even with the nunchuck.
Battery life seems good. On a full charge, we played for 3-4 hours and they still registered as 3 out of 4 bars of battery.
Very light weight. Lighter than a 360 controller.
Great grip and soft rubber texture.
Traditional left stick and button layout.
When I purchased these they were 64% off of the already low list price. So much cheaper than buying the official controllers. Especially since I needed three of them.
The analog sticks are tall, which makes precise control in FPS games easier. I haven't played any on the Wii U, but I actually bought stick extensions for my Xbox 360 controller back when I used to play Halo a lot. Having sticks that are pretty long out-of-the-box is nice.
All of the buttons seem fine to me. Others have complained about them being soft or sticky. They are a bit soft, but they feel responsive to me, and not at all sticky.
They come with zero charge. It's impossible to sync them until they've charged for at least 2-3 minutes. This only matters on day 1, but it's something to watch out for.
The provided charging cables are about 12" long. Much too short to allow you to use the controller while it's charging. If you combine this with the fact that the Wii U will only provides power to the USB ports when the console is ON, it means you actually have to plan how you charge these. You can't pick up a dead one, plug it in and just start playing. For that, you'd need to buy a much longer cable. They use mini USB cables, not micro which is the current cell phone standard, so you may not have any of these lying around. However, you can buy very long, very cheap mini USB cables online. Or you can use something other than Wii U itself to charge the controllers between playing sessions.
I don't like how concave the grips for the analog sticks are. They are much more concave than the Xbox 360 controllers. I actually prefer convex ones like on the Wii U Gamepad. I find that they allow my thumb to roll over the sticks for control. The ones on these controllers are quite deep, and also somewhat small. I have large thumbs, and it makes me feel like I have to use just the tip of my thumb to control them. I find that I end up allowing my thumb to roll out of the stick when pressing it up-right and then I only have the edge of the stick to keep my grip. It has a sharply raised edge, and it just doesn't feel comfortable. Is it a dealbreaker? No, but it's something that bugs me.
I haven't used the D-Pad for anything yet, but it does feel pretty squishy and imprecise.
the controller's pretty good for the price. but the right stick dose seem to scale right for call of duty, the deadzone's a bit big, so the slightest touch will make the crosshair jump, before moving slowly. (making precise aiming difficult) the ABXY buttons are good, not great, but had no real issues with them, they're a bit stiff, but easy to push.
I was debating on returning this controller, but then picked up my classic controller pro, (for the wii) and played a round of ghosts, and then I remembered why I went with a third party controller.. I'm not a huge fan of the joysticks Nintendo been making lately.. the wii's nunchuck, classic controller pro, and even the wiiU tablet. They all are too louse for my liking, and a bit hard to grip, your finger just sits on top.
The Pro Commander's joysicks have a much smother feel when using them, Nintendo's (to me) felt like you could tilt all the way to the left, or leave it center, (nothing inbetween) but with this controller, I can scene the transition much better, and for nonFPS games, It helps a lot! going from walking, to running, to walking again in an adventure game is much easier.
So for that, and the nice button layout, I'm gonna keep it, and I would recommend it, to anyone looking for a wii U controller. (I'd just let them know about the FPS aiming issue)
This controller is a fairly ample replacement for the Pro controller in appropriate games. It feels pretty good in the hands, as it is fairly light and has a nice soft-touch finish that is almost rubbery on the outside of the controller. The triggers on this controller are actual rubber if I'm not mistaken, and feel alright, if a little stiff when pulling back. The only real issue I have with this controller is that the buttons (A, B, X, Y) feel stiff and difficult to tell when they are pressed correctly and I find myself pressing much harder on the buttons than I normally would to be sure that I am actually pressing the button. The finish on the outside of the buttons is also a little bit of an issue, as they feel "sticky" or something and I can't slide my fingers across the buttons smoothly, so you have to pull your fingers back from the buttons a little more and I feel that you have to be a little more deliberate with your button presses. But all in all, this is a decent replacement for the Pro controller, given that the layout is the same as the ever popular Xbox 360 controller.