Anyway, you can look for VVVVVV to arrive on the Nintendo Switch starting November 17th next month, in case you didn't already have a copy of the game on all the other systems it's now available for.
The Nintendo Switch recently got updated to 4.0.0, and as shared by Master Mewking on Twitter, you can now use GameCube controllers on the console as part of the update. Also, not all games work with the feature.
Just plug in the adapter to the Switch's USB port and use the L + R buttons on the GameCube controller to pair it with the console.
The Nintendo Switch received a massive update last week and it looks to be so big that new additions are still being discovered.
Getting the GameCube controller to work is easy.
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Sudden GameCube controller compatibility has particularly piqued the interest of the Super Smash Bros. community, who are taking it as another potential sign that a remastered Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is coming to the Switch.
Today, a great new update for the Nintendo switch is available.
We'd be happy if either one were true - and now that our favorite controller works with the system, we're already part of the way there.
If you're a stickler for the older hardware, preferring the feel of the GameCube's asymmetrical controls to these modern "Pro" gamepads, you're in luck.
The update will also allow users to transfer their save data out.