If you’re serious about Nintendo switch games, chances are you probably own a Pro Controller. He’s been our favorite Switch controller here at Engadget quite from the start, with senior editor Devindra Hardawar calling it a “solid alternative for gamers” and a “must-have if you’re into fighting games.” We appreciate its built-in D-pad and overall handmade feel. However, we at least like its $ 70 price tag – which is less of a problem if you keep your eyes peeled for sale.
With three years since its release, we would like to know how you feel about your Pro Controller. How much better is your Joy-Cons, and what are your favorite games to play with? Are there any issues that other Switch players should know about? And where does it work among other gamepads, both previous controllers made by Nintendo and those built for competing systems like the PS4 and Xbox One? Tell us all this and more in the user review on our Pro Controller product page. The most interesting and insightful reviews can be included in an upcoming review fund, so give your strongest thought on this expensive first-party gamepad.