Gioteck WX4 Wireless Controller Review (Nintendo Switch/PC)

This Gioteck WX4 Wireless Controller Review With motion compatibility and a 3.5mm Audio port for headset compatibility on selected versions, the VX-4 makes for a next-level immersive gaming experience.

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Gioteck WX4 Wireless Controller Review Pros:

  • Ergonomic design meaning it sits in your hand nicely and is easy to use grip comfortably.
  • Takes two hours to charge.
  • Comes with a USB cable.
  • Four lights to indicate charging/which player is connected and if it’s searching.
  • Budget price.
  • Feels a bit like a Playstation and Xbox controller.
  • It’s lightweight.
  • Rebindable function buttons on the back.
  • Vibration support and you can set the velocity.
  • Can be used wireless or wired.
  • Easily connects to the PC.
  • On/off switch.
  • Turbo button.
  • Has all the Nintendo Switch features you want like screenshot and the two-plus and minus buttons.
  • Good solid d-pad.
  • The LR and ZR buttons are slightly molded so your fingers stay on.
  • Clicky buttons.
  • Springy sticks.
  • Motion control support.
  • Turning the controller off and on without the main switch can easily be done by holding the home button down.
  • Feels comfortable even with my massive hands.

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Gioteck WX4 Wireless Controller Review Cons:

  • USB cable is way too short for use with a PC or Nintendo Switch.
  • Initial faff pairing with the Nintendo Switch but it’s more the Switch than the controller.
  • The vibration velocity shortcuts don’t seem to work.
  • The manual is just a huge sheet with small writing and pictures.
  • Loses battery quickly if you don’t turn the controller off.
  • FN buttons are not in the most ideal position.
  • The lightweight does make it feel hollow in places and almost cheap like.

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Gioteck WX4 Wireless Controller:

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I personally have always struggled to find a good controller for the Nintendo Switch, hell even back on the Wii and Wii U I struggled. I have big hands and all controllers have always felt weird whether it be they felt hollow, light, or clunky I just couldn’t gel. Enter the Gioteck WX4 and it is a breath of fresh air. For me, it’s not the defacto answer to all my prayers controller but it is the best controller I have used since owning a Nintendo console! It combines the best/comfortable parts of the Dualshock and Xbox controllers, the wireless means I will be more likely to actually use the Switch in the Dock. Pairing the controller was a real bitch at first but I honestly believe it was more the Switch than the controller but I got there and tried it on both PC and Switch and it is very good. The supplied cable is for charging only as it is so small it’s no good for anyone unless you like your eyes on the screen. If you are looking for a good wireless controller that has all the mod cons of vibration and motion the honestly you can’t go wrong with the Gioteck WX4 as it’s a budget price with premium features.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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