Smaller than Joy-Con, Eight-bit Don releases super-pocket Switch handle

Peripheral manufacturer 8BitDo recently unveiled its new Nintendo Switch handle, the Zero 2. Unlike third-party handles on the market, this Zero 2 is even smaller than the original Joy-Con, and is a real handle that can be hung on a keyring. From the video reviewed on the GameXplain channel below, we can see intuitively the size comparison between Zero 2 and Switch.

Smaller than Joy-Con, Eight-bit Don releases super-pocket Switch handle

Zero 2’s panel buttons are also very refined, D-Pad cross key plus ABXY combination with a single set of L/R and Start/Select, it can be said that the original design is to go to the retro /pure game demand.

Eight-bit hall Zero2 handle out of the box:

According to the introduction, THE NEEDS OF ZL, ZR and Home keys are switched or completed by different key combinations, in addition to the rocker, theoretically can meet most of the control needs. GameXplain also demonstrates in the video that using Zero 2 to play SFC Mario World and the 3D version of Super Mario: Odyssey, the former is silky, while the latter’s key series seems to be inconvenient.

Smaller than Joy-Con, Eight-bit Don releases super-pocket Switch handle

Smaller than Joy-Con, Eight-bit Don releases super-pocket Switch handle

Smaller than Joy-Con, Eight-bit Don releases super-pocket Switch handle

Smaller than Joy-Con, Eight-bit Don releases super-pocket Switch handle

What do the little guys think of this pocket-sized handle on the market? Its original function aside, as ornaments or ornaments, it seems to be an option.

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