A Japanese peripheral company has decided to provide Nintendo Switch owners with the option of picking up a custom Joy-Cons that feature a D-pad.
This custom Joy-Con may sound like a great idea for "retro games and fighting games" but keep in mind the product does come with a considerable downside.
Hori, the peripheral company making the custom Joy-Con will NOT feature the following: an accelerometer, gyro sensor, wireless connection, SL or SR button support, Player LED or Sync. Meaning players will only have the option of using the custom Joy-Con when attached the Nintendo Switch.
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