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The more people who can play and enjoy video games the better. Accessibility in gaming has become more and more of a talking point in the industry, which is certainly a good thing. Regardless of hearing, sight, or physical disability, video games are for all. Hori, a video game accessory company, has stepped up and created an accessibility controller for this very reason for the Nintendo Switch.

The Japanese manufacturing company introduced the Nintendo licensed Hori Flex controller for the Switch. The joystick interface and massive re-mapping options allow for players to personalize the controller to however they'd like, and it's also useable on Windows.

Accessory maker Hori has announced that it'll soon be launching a brand new edition of its popular Split Pad Pro controller for Nintendo Switch, and this time the design's based on none other than. For Nintendo Switch on the Nintendo Switch, a GameFAQs message board topic titled 'How is the hori split pad Pro?'

Hori, a video game accessory company, has stepped up and created an accessibility controller for this very reason for the Nintendo Switch. The Japanese manufacturing company introduced the Nintendo.

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The general premise is very similar to the Xbox Adaptive Controller that was revealed a couple of years ago. The Hori controller looks to tackle the same challenge of an accessibility controller with its own take. The controller allows remapping, uses a joystick and pads, button options, and even a clamp and mount for better positioning.

Nintendo gamers have already shown appreciation for the Xbox controller, as a dad recently modified the Adaptive Controller so that his child could enjoy Breath of the Wild on the Switch. Of course, the Xbox controller isn't designed to be used on the Nintendo device, but now this Hori controller is specifically designed for Switch players.

With people modding the Xbox controller for Animal Crossing: New Horizons and other Nintendo games, the Hori Flex may get good usage among fans and gamers. At the moment, it is only available in Japan for the equivalent of about $230. If the controller finds success in Japan, and or if there is a demand for the accessory elsewhere, Hori may soon release the product in other regions.

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There are plenty of controller options for the Nintendo Switch. Third-party companies have stepped up and provided alternative Joy-Cons, Pro Controllers, mounts, and more. And of course, Nintendo provides many options as well. Hori's officially Nintendo licensed Flex is a great addition to the list. Even though there are a plethora of Switch accessory options that have been made available so far, none of them do what the Flex does.

Video gaming is for everyone, and Nintendo has had a strong stance on this for decades, as it finds an amazing balance of content for a Nintendo fanbase that has been with the company for years and brand new young gamers. Whether old or young, no matter the gender, no matter the abilities, video gaming is for everyone.

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Source: NintendoLife

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