Return to the days of the GameCube with this Nintendo Switch controller that promises a smooth drifting experience – Nintendo Switch

Since its launch back in 2017, the Nintendo Switch has been getting multiple controllers looking for improve the original Joy-Con experience with the most diverse proposals. The last one is courtesy of the company NYXI and invites us to travel back in time with an idea that GameCube fans will love: a peripheral whose design is inspired by the classic purple Nintendo console.

With the name of NYXI Wizard, this controller drinks from the GameCube with a style that adapts to the functionalities of the Joy-Con as devices that can be attached to the sides of the Nintendo Switch. Beyond this, it is also worth mentioning that the NYXI product promises a smooth drifting experiencealthough we invite you to read the list of features that you have below if you want to know more about this peripheral.

  • The preferred controller for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
  • Hall effect joystick, no drifting.
  • Engineered for ZR/ZL button performance, they’re quieter, lighter, have less resistance, and a shorter activation distance to help you shoot faster.
  • ABXY buttons have white light effects and a comfortable feel for an enhanced gaming experience.
  • Removable and replaceable joysticks.
  • Ergonomic and non-slip design.
  • Wireless connection and long-lasting performance.
  • Adjustable turbo and mapping function.
  • One-button wake-up and screenshot function.

In the event that you want to remember the GameCube with this particular controller, keep in mind that the NYXI device can be reserved right now from the company official website for a price of 69 dollarswith options for international shipments.

Drifting, an eternal problem in the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con

Drifting, the name by which the problem in which a Joystick drifts involuntarily is known, is present in the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con since its release. This situation occurred so frequently that Nintendo was forced to publicly apologize for all the cases of drifting that users experienced, something that he saw with his own eyes with thousands of defective Joy-Con arriving at your repair shops. In fact, a recent study states that users should request compensation from the Big N because, ultimately, the drift problem on the Nintendo Switch controllers is your fault.