Hori\u2019s Split Pad Pro controllers are so large that they make the Nintendo Switch seem small. Also, the accessory results in a larger footprint for the Switch, which is not consistent with mobile gaming concept.\r\n\r\nHowever, once you get past the awkwardness, the Split Pad Pro makes a lot of sense. They fit very well with large hands, and they are more comfortable even when playing for hours.\r\n\r\nThe D-pad is firmer compared to the default Joy-Con controller, but it\u2019s also as responsive than the Joy-Con. You also got an Assign button, a Turbo, and a Capture button. The rear triggers are fully programmable. The controllers also feature Plus and Minus buttons on each side.\r\n\r\nThe larger shoulder buttons fit well on your fingers and are designed for comfort. The analog sticks, however, are much better compared to the Joy-Con, according to a review from The Verge.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=jKtUIGPhYq4[\/embed]\r\n\r\nWhen you connect the Split Pad Pro, you need to slide your Joy-Cons away from the screen. Then you snap the controllers into their place. Once they are slid into place, they work instantaneously.\r\n\r\nAnother advantage is that the controllers don\u2019t affect the battery life of your Switch. If you attach the controllers and leave your gadget on standby off the dock, the battery drains normally. Or at least, that\u2019s what this video reviewer says.\r\n\r\nHowever, the Split Pad Pro doesn\u2019t include NFC, gyro or motion sensors, HD rumble, and IR camera. So this is something you should be aware of.\r\n\r\nThe Split Pad Pro is perfect timing with the release of the Daemon X Machina on the Switch last Sept. 13. Developed by Kenichiro Tsukuda, the third-person shooter allows you to control a mech as you battle for survival with other mechs.\r\n\r\nThe plot is simple enough. A collision between the moon and the Planet turned AI against humans. You will play a mercenary, part of the Outers, who developed a special ability to command the merchs.\r\n\r\nHori released the Daemon X Machina version as it has the design elements, color, and branding of the game. That means it\u2019s specially designed to enhance your playing experience with the new game. However, it has the potential to make your gaming experience better with other action shooter games, as well.\r\n\r\nFor now, the manufacturer has not announced any other version for the Split Pad Pro. But the Daemon X Machina version appears striking enough to display them out in public. They will certainly earn a few curious looks.