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SADES releases GameCube-style Joy-Con for Switch

Switch Cubed

Well this is certainly a unique design. SADES is playing up the nostalgia factor with its GameCube-Style Joy-Con for Switch. The pair will cost you $60, and you can get more details on the controllers below.

- Unique Game Cube design button, hours of comfortable game play with curve ergonomically designed grips.
- The wireless Home button wakes up the host, which provides quick and convenient.
- Built-in near field communication NFC function for Amiibo. The dual strong vibration motor will bring you a different experience in the game.
- Two Joy Con can be used independently in each hand, or together as One game Controller when attached to the Joy Con grip.
- Randomly updated. Includes 1 Micro USB cables for charging purposes. Compatible with Nintendo Switch as a Replacement for Joy Cons.

Grab yours here (thanks Andreslop24!)

Categories: Deals and Finds, Consoles
Tags: gamecube, switch

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gmcube
Sat Oct 19 19 06:52pm
Rating: 3

Its what I wanted in theory, but they didn't cut the stick notches properly, its the wrong orientation completely.

gmcube
Sat Oct 19 19 06:52pm
Rating: 3

Its what I wanted in theory, but they didn't cut the stick notches properly, its the wrong orientation completely.

Yeah, that's so weird! They really didn't think that one through.

Didn't even realize this. That totally kills it.
Not that I was going to trust this manufacturer anyways on controllers

I'm very iffy on what I plug into the Switch.

wesfx
Sat Oct 19 19 11:21pm
(Updated 1 time)

Oh boy. Just to point this out, this controller has the same odd plus and minus button shape as another controller listed by a different manufacturer right there on Amazon. The same odd home button shape, the same controller body shape, the same shoulder button shape. Not a coincidence.

I just cannot believe this is coming from a company that has quality control standards. This looks like the classic situation of a company buying product from a no name manufacturer, labeling it as their own, and dumping that label/name if too many of the products turn out to be lemons.

Welcome to the vast majority of Amazon products. I search around for non-Chinese knock offs, which can be harder to find then you may think.

- Seller used Google Translate
- Control stick notches aren't properly cut (as noted already)
- Despite being accurate for the GC, the C Stick looks to have next to no grip-ability
- "Randomly updated," Ha ha ha. Again, gotta love Google Translate!

Yeah, no thanks. Nostalgia isn't that strong.

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