Hori To Release Classic GameCube-Style Controllers For Nintendo Switch In October

By Alistair Wong . July 24, 2018 . 5:00pm

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Hori announced today that they will be making Classic Controllers for Nintendo Switch that come in three different designs based on Mario, The Legend of Zelda, and Pikachu respectively.

 

The controllers will come out in October this year, and are designed after the GameCube controller, but with a few extra face buttons in the middle, and four shoulder buttons instead of three. The controllers will be wired, and also contains an autofire option as well. Furthermore, the sides of the controllers are ridged in order to provide a tighter grip.

 

Here’s a closer look at the three controllers:

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You can find the product pages for the controllers here, here, and here respectively.

 

Hori’s Classic Controllers for Nintendo Switch are set to be released in October.


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