Does anyone have bad analog sticks on their Gamepad?

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User Info: XSilverPhoenixX

4 years ago#1
Mine never seemed right since the system was first taken out of the box. They don't have much resistance and feel overly loose. It's like driving a car with a lead foot, except your fingers are too heavy for the analog.

I barely move the stick and it's ready to go completely over to the other side. I haven't used it much at all except to play a few stages in Mario and that was it. I've been using the Wii remote to play with friends.

I was playing the Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed demo and it just felt like the gamepad is horrible to play that game with because it just isn't precise. I guess I'm going to have to call Nintendo and try to get it replaced but they all could be like this.

They just aren't sturdy for a controller that is practically brand new and have way too much give. The right one seems ok, but the left one doesn't feel the same.

User Info: wingo84

4 years ago#2

I'd contact Nintendo customer service
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User Info: sloevenh1

4 years ago#3
The two sticks should be identical. Contact Nintendo.
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User Info: TalentedM

4 years ago#4
Like 2 others have said, definitely call Nintendo.

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