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Monday, November 9, 2020
HORI Releases Accessibly Controller For Nintendo Switch In Japan
Similar to Microsofts adaptive controller for gamers with limited mobility, HORI have released their own version for the Nintendo Switch. The ‘HORI Flex’ can connect to a PC or a Nintendo Switch console and gives the option to remap the buttons via an app to make playing easier for those who can’t play with a standard controller or find it difficult doing so. Currently, it’s only available in Japan for around $230 (the Xbox Adaptive Controller currently retails for $100) with no word on it being made available outside of this territory. Hopefully this will change in the coming months.
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