The Super Smash Bros. GameCube controller that made it’s debut during the E3 2018 Nintendo Direct is now available to pre-order on GameStop’s and Amazon’s websites now–according to Gamespot.com. It’s listed at $29.99 USD for both websites, and there’s no telling when it’ll stay available.
So get it while it’s selling.
Acclaimed as the true-way to play Super Smash Bros. to some, consumers can use the product with their Nintendo Switch systems if they have a GameCube controller adapter. This adapter was sold during the Nintendo Wii U days and allowed players to plug the adapter into their Wii U console to enable your GameCube controller to work with the previous Super Smash Bros. game for that system. However, it seems Nintendo is selling a new version of the GameCube controller adapter for $19.99 USD on Amazon. It is only available to pre-order now.
But for those who want to use their current GameCube controller adapters, Gamespot.com claims, “Those who have the Wii U controller adapter will be able to use that with Switch.”
If the GameCube controller is not your preferred way to play, then I’m certain Sakurai has enabled the game to work with other controllers. According to the Smash Bros. JP Twitter account, consumers can see a photo detailing how players can use the Nintendo Switch pro controller in the game.
There is no information about whether you can play with the Joy-Con grip or one Joy-Con in general, but we’ll keep you posted on any developments.
Remember, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases on December 7th, 2018 and I’m certain more details about the game’s modes, techniques, newcomers, soundtracks, etc. will either be shared or hidden away from us until it releases. Whether Nintendo decides to spill all of the beans or not–is totally up to them. But for now, we’ll have to wait for Nintendo to make the next move.
How do you feel about this news? Will you be pre-ordering the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate GameCube controller? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter, and follow us for more Nintendo news, and everything gaming too.