Mayflash GameCube Controller Adapter for Wii U, PC USB and Switch, 4 Port, 19.99, 22.99, $, .
- Brand: May Flash
- Item model number: W012
- Hardware Platform: Nintendo_wii_u
- Operating System: Nintendo Wii U
- Item Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 1 inches
- Item Dimensions LxWxH: 5 x 4 x 1 inches
- Voltage: 20 Volts
- Manufacturer: MAYFLASH
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RSXRLUE
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
- Date First Available: January 5, 2015
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Switch to “Wii U” or “PC” mode by using the switch located on the side; The GameCube Controller Adapter allows you to connect up to four GameCube controllers (or wireless GameCube controllers) to a Wii U system, PC USB, Switch; Supports the...
I went from a bad player with a Pro Controller to a bad player with a GameCube controller 10/10
AlrightTested this product on the PC and Nintendo SwitchFor the PCPlayed several games with itPlayed Sonic Mania thru Steam and the game played just finePlayed Doom (by id Software, Bethesda Game Studios) thru steam and a bit awkward but I had to set up the buttons and controller settings but Doom 2016 I wouldn't recommend using this controllerPlayed 20XX thru steam and the game played just finePlayed Megaman 11 and the game played just fine, minor/rare problem with picking up a button input sometimesThe GameCube controller was responsive, no delays and no awkward dead zones. This was true for both an old Gamecube controller from many years ago and a new Gamecube controller (Smash Ultimate).Playing on the Nintendo SwitchPlayed Classic games, such as Super Mario Bros 3, and the game had an input delayPlayed Splatoon 2 and the game had an input delayPlayed Octopath Traveler and the game had an input delayPlayed Pokemon Quest and the game had an input delayPlayed Legend of Zelda BotW and the game had an input delayPlayed Super Mario Odyssey and the game had an input delayMind you I made sure to have the adapter on the Nintendo Switch mode and not the PC modeI also understand the Gamecube controller wasn't made for every game I tried above but the point was to see if any problems would occur and would reoccurThe PC seems to be fine but using on the Nintendo Switch that input delay is annoyingJust so you know for reference the delay is slightly less than 1 second but if you plan on using this for competitive play I would NOT recommend this productI won't be using this for Super Smash Bros Ultimate.
I bought this product so I could use my old Gamecube controllers on my Nintendo Switch (including the Wavebird Wireless Controller). It works exactly as advertised and the response time seems perfect as well. It's a great way to give your old controllers new life.If you're someone who's looking to get this for your Nintendo Switch like I was, just keep in mind that game functions that call for motion control won't work. That said, I have yet to come across a game for the Switch where motion controls are an absolute must in order to play. Mario Odyssey allows you to use motion controls more than any other game I've played, but it's still easily playable without ever using that function.Lastly, also keep in mind that you don't get to determine which buttons become what on a different controller than the Switch's. For example, the left shoulder button that allows you crouch, long jump, and backflip in Mario Odyssey became the Z button on my Gamecube controller (instead of the left bumper). So you may have issues in certain games where it's not nearly as intuitive as using the Switch's controller is. But to me, this is still completely acceptable---the convenience of being able to use my old controllers again far outweighs the very minor nuisance.
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