While the Nintendo Switch only launched with two color options for the Joy-Con, that hasn’t stopped the creative among us from customizing their Joy-Cons to their own liking. Fortunately, it seems pretty easy to do.This latest mod was spotted on reddit by user BossFightProps and he said he wanted to do an homage to the GameCube controller.Looks pretty spiffy! What custom Joy-Con controller mods would you like to see from Nintendo in the future? Hopefully, they’ll release something that resembles this in time for Super Smash Bros. Switch.[via reddit]Switch Gray Joy-Cons – $79.99 READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
With the Nintendo Switch now out for at least a week, we’ve got plenty of real world experience of people saying they’re having issues with either the left or right Joy-Con. I’ve personally experienced the issue mostly on might right Joy-Con, but after a quick desync and resync I don’t seem to be having the issue quite as frequently.Nevertheless, one redditor decided to see if he could quantify the issue by exploring signal strength of the Joy-Con controllers compared to some other devices he had including the Switch Pro Controller, Xbox One controller, and a wireless Logitech gaming mouse. Here’s the signal chart:As you can see, it’s clear that both the L and R Joy-Cons experience much worse wireless signal at greater distances than other consumer devices. At a distance of 1.5 meters or about five feet, the Joy-Con signal is already in the poor territory. For reference, here’s a quick guide on how the RSSI signal numbers should be read.0 to -60 = Good READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
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