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Me gustó mucho la presentación, el plástico del control se siente de calidad, el cable funciona muy bien para este control y para los que comparten la entrada como los de GameCube para wii, pero no soporta los joysticks, así que recomiendo se piense dos veces si su interés principal es usar al 100% esos controles. La guía está bonita, pero es inútil para estos tiempos.
My son purchased this to use the adapter as a hack for playing guitar hero on his computer. The adapter worked great! However, it will not let you use the whammy bar or star power. We did not use the controller that came with it.
Like a lot of others, I bought this for the adapter, which works excellently with my official SNES Classic controller. I wasn't able to notice any input delay compared to my Xbox controller while using an SNES emulator. As for Clone Hero, it worked fine after setting it up but I couldn't seem to get some features to work like the analog or whammy bar. (NOTE! You'll need a USB extension cable unless you like playing your guitar 5 inches from your PC.) As for the controller itself, it's... Ok. For the most part it feels fantastic. Great build quality! This thing could almost pass for an official controller. Nice, responsive buttons that don't feel terrible to press. Has a nice weight to it overall; No cheap plastic garbage here. Unfortunately, The controller has one flaw. The D-pad. If you don't press hard enough, it wont register input, or will register an incorrect direction. In Super Punch-Out for instance, I found myself missing dodges (D-pad left/right) or dodging when I wanted to punch upward (D-pad up). This is an occasional thing, but an irritating one nevertheless, which really stinks, considering how great the rest of the controller is. More tech-literate types could probably fiddle with the hardware to get it to make better contact but I dunno... For me, the most interesting part of the package was neither of the items mentioned above, but the "Cheat Codes" book. A 27 page book featuring tips and tricks (some of which are actually useful) for the 21 games featured in the SNES Classic. For a retro enthusiast like myself, this was awesome! High quality print and colorful original artwork that looks straight out of a classic issue of Nintendo Power. For me it was well worth the $8 sale price for this booklet alone.
All in all, this was a great package, just not for the main attraction.
Controller: [4/10] Passable if you need an occasional player 2 remote, but I wouldn't bother if you don't need the adapter.
Adapter: [8/10] Short cable, but a good Raphnet alternative. Lacks a few small features.
It's a good enough controller for what I needed it for. The D-Pad isn't the greatest, seems to have a lot of problems off-brand controllers like this usually seem to have in that it doesn't just press left or right on it's own. Probably not up or down either. But using it as a turbo controller, where I can just prop something on the button to hold it down, it honestly works great.
If the D-Pad problems really bother you, then I can't recommend it. If you aren't playing something where that'll be a big problem though, I say get one.