Gioteck WX4 Wireless Controller review (Switch) - Letting the Side Down

Even at its superb price tag, players can find a better alternative to Gioteck WX4 Wireless when it comes to spare third-party controllers.

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WillDoubleJ345d ago

I, myself, am not a huge fan of third party controllers. Every time I think back on the PlayStation Turbo controller, I shudder.

Knightofelemia345d ago (Edited 345d ago )

I'm all for saving cash but when it comes to controllers I buy OEM controllers. Third party controllers are crap feel cheap fall apart after a few plays depending how cheap you go input lag and half the time they don't work. When ever I buy a group of controllers off of Ebay I just chuck the third party controllers in the garbage.

PrimeVinister345d ago

Yeah, it's one of those things you shouldn't cheap out on.

You will probably end up having to buy an OEM one in the end so just skip this sort of tripe.

ChristianReggieWait345d ago

Unless it's a spare pad for a games night or something occasional.

ChristianReggieWait345d ago

I'm with you there, but some third party controllers such as the licenced power A and Hori Switch pads are great.

Power As wireless Gamecube controller is brilliant for Smash Bros for example.

8 Bit Do also make quality controllers.

obscurenamedigit344d ago

Confuses me how comapanies can't QA these kind of problems with a unit.

ChristianReggieWait344d ago

I get the budget options but jheez, some of this stuff is not up to the task