Hori's upcoming 'Grip Controller' is a bigger, more ergonomic alternative to the Switch's Joy-Con

Do you find your Switch’s Joy-Con controllers too small? Well, Hori may have the answer with its new Grip Controller, which takes advantage of the Switch’s modular design to replace Nintendo’s smaller options with controllers that hew much closer to a traditional gamepad (albeit, one that’s been split in two). Like a traditional gamepad that got split in two for the Switch The Grip Controller is technically meant as a tie-in for the upcoming mech shooter Daemon X Machina (complete with themed colors and a subtle replacement of the X button with that game’s logo), but it should work for nearly any Switch game. Along with the larger design, the Grip Controller promises a few improvements on the regular Joy-Cons: there’s a traditional... Continue reading…

Hori's upcoming 'Grip Controller' is a bigger, more ergonomic alternative to the Switch's Joy-Con

There's a lot to like about Nintendo's Switch console. Everything from its hybrid nature (which allows you to play at home or on the go) to its fantastic exclusive game library help set it apart ...

Thu 13 Jun 19 from Techspot

Hori Replaces Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons With Larger And More Ergonomic Controllers

Controllers for game consoles or PCs are sort of like shoes in that one type or size doesn't fit everyone. Some folks are perfectly content to game away on their Switch using the Joy-Con controllers ...

Thu 13 Jun 19 from HotHardware

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