If you have serious problems with Nintendo Switch, you probably own a Pro Controller. It’s our favorite controller switch here at Engadget from the start. Editor-in-Chief Devindra Hardawar called it a “solid alternative for players” and a “necessity if you’re fighting games.” We appreciate its built-in D-pad and the overall feel of the hand. However, we less like its price tag of $ 70 – which is less of a problem if you pay attention to sales.
Three years after its release, we would like to know how you feel about your Pro Controller. How much better is it than your Joy-Cons and what are your favorite games? Are there any issues other Switch players should be aware of? And where does it accumulate among other gamepads, previous controllers made by Nintendo and those built for competing systems such as the PS4 and Xbox One? Please let us know all this and more information in the user review on our Pro Controller product page. The most interesting and clear reviews can be included in the upcoming round of reports, so give yourself the strongest look at this expensive first page gamepad.