Nyxi Launches Gamecube-Style Controller for Nintendo Switch

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Nyxi has begun selling the Wizard Wireless Joy-Pad, a new wireless controller for Nintendo Switch that’s inspired by the classic and colorful GameCube controller from 2001. According to promotional materials shared by the company, the controller features illuminated ABXY buttons, “mecha-tactile” triggers, and more, including a joystick that will “never develop drift.” The controller costs $69.99 but is sold out at the time of this posting.

Nyxi Wizard Wireless Joy-Pad Features

  • Wireless, 6-axls, turbo, dual shock, map button, indicator light
  • Hall effect joystick that will “never develop drift in a lifetime”
  • Burst setting, back button setting
  • Mecha-tactile triggers with 0.3-mm trigger distances
  • Illuminated ABXY buttons
  • Five levels of adjustable vibration and rumble

“NYXI is an international B2C Switch controllers production and sales integration company,” reads an about page. “The company mainly focuses on controllers for Switch. NYXI mainly targets Europe, America, Australia, and the Middle East along with other consumer markets. Our brand was founded in October 2014, and since then it has upheld the philosophy that ‘Make Switch gamers happier. Its business covers more than 220 countries and regions around the world.”

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Tsing Mui
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