Nintendo Switch - Switch Access

Fledgling work to make the Nintendo Switch and Wii-U more accessible is well underway. All kinds of controllers can now be attached and used to play games that don't require motion control.

Above, Colin McDonnell uses a single switch to play Hyrule Warriors (Wii-U). I've recently tested this at SpecialEffect and found that the system also works on a Nintendo Switch.

Equipment used are two daisy-chained adapters: The Brook PS3/PS4 to Wii-U adapter with Nintendo Switch firmware update (via their web-site using a PC/Mac). Also the fantastic Titan One adapter. The One Switch Pulse system uses Universal Controller Remapper, vJoy and JoyToKey.

Colin McDonnell playing a Nintendo Wii-U (also Nintendo Switch compatible) with a single head-switch.

Blue and White USB plug in narrow adapter.

Black silver and green game controller adapter. The Titan One.

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1 Responses to 'Nintendo Switch - Switch Access'

  1. # Blogger

    Initial pairing help for the Nintendo Switch:

    1. From the HOME Menu, select “Controllers,” then “Change Grip and Order.”
    2. Hold D-PAD LEFT+DOWN and A+B and L all at once until the Brook adapter LED flashes.
    3. The unit should pair. Try pressing L + R (aka L1/LB + R1/RB) at the same time if not.

    You should only need to do this once.

    The Titan One will work fine in Automatic mode.  

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