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Little Z challenges himself to use a worse controller every time he wins during Super Smash Bros. Ultimate session

Little Z challenges himself to use a worse controller every time he wins during Super Smash Bros. Ultimate session









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There are a ton of different control schemes that are available to use while playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. While most players will typically use the classic GameCube Controller, there are also options to use the Joy-Cons and the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.






However, there are even more options that can be used when considering third party accessories. Of course, not all of these third party accessories are necessarily good. Little Z recently challenged himself to switch to a “worse” controller every time he won during a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate session for a YouTube video.









Unsurprisingly, Little Z opted to start with the GameCube Controller for the sake of achieving his first win of the session. Ironically, Little Z and his Wolf ended up losing the first match to a Sonic user.


Eventually though, Little Z was able to secure a victory and then downgrade his controller to the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. While Little Z is used to the GameCube controller, the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller isn’t too foreign by comparison.


From here, Little Z then transitions into using the 8BitDo Pro 2 Controller, the Joy Cons, the Beboncool Controller, the Hori Dragon Quest Slime Controller, the GameCube Joy Cons, the Mayflash Arcade Stick and then the 8BitDo Zero 2 miniature controller.


Check out all of the hilarious shenanigans as it unfolds in the video below:









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