How's the Pro controller?

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3 years ago#1
Considering it for the improved battery life
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3 years ago#2
don't bother with it. no rumble, cheap quality compared to the gamepad, and it this point it doesn't seem like it'll get much use outside of multiplayer. save yourself the cash.
3 years ago#3
Really?!? No Rumble....seems odd considering Nintendo is sort of the one who pioneered the whole rumble thing with their Starfox 64 commercials
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3 years ago#4
DeathSoul2000 posted...
don't bother with it. no rumble, cheap quality compared to the gamepad, and it this point it doesn't seem like it'll get much use outside of multiplayer. save yourself the cash.


lol Stop lying.
The Wii U Pro Controller has force feedback.
As for build quality, it's basically a 360 wireless pad, only with a different layout, better D-pad, not as much heft, no analog shoulder triggers, and ridiculously long battery life.
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3 years ago#5
Omega_Black posted...
DeathSoul2000 posted...
don't bother with it. no rumble, cheap quality compared to the gamepad, and it this point it doesn't seem like it'll get much use outside of multiplayer. save yourself the cash.


lol Stop lying.
The Wii U Pro Controller has force feedback.
As for build quality, it's basically a 360 wireless pad, only with a different layout, better D-pad, not as much heft, no analog shoulder triggers, and ridiculously long battery life.


so the rumored 80hrs of battery life for the pro controller was true then cause if so im definitely picking one up for when monster hunter launches.
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3 years ago#6
DeathSoul2000 posted...
don't bother with it. no rumble, cheap quality compared to the gamepad, and it this point it doesn't seem like it'll get much use outside of multiplayer. save yourself the cash.


Lol
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3 years ago#7
Omega_Black posted...
DeathSoul2000 posted...
don't bother with it. no rumble, cheap quality compared to the gamepad, and it this point it doesn't seem like it'll get much use outside of multiplayer. save yourself the cash.


lol Stop lying.
The Wii U Pro Controller has force feedback.
As for build quality, it's basically a 360 wireless pad, only with a different layout, better D-pad, not as much heft, no analog shoulder triggers, and ridiculously long battery life.


i thought all the sites were saying it didn't have rumble which is why i didn't bother with it.
3 years ago#8
It's possibly the most comfortable controller I've ever held (tried it at Gamex 2012) and anyone complaining about the build quality probably thinks anything lightweight feels cheap. Nintendo say the battery lasts a lot longer than the gamepad. I wouldn't know as the Wii U isn't out in Europe yet.
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3 years ago#9
feels like a xbox controller i like it but i use the game pad more then i use the pro controller even though its bit i like the feel of it.
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3 years ago#10
Think of it as a refined 360 controller with a great dpad. The back part is smooth and has no battery pack sticking out like 360. Its light but not as light as the origibal ps3 controller or as heavy as a 360 controller. Imo worth to buy. Sooner or later youll have games that worl best with it.
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