Jamie Sharp

The now discontinued Valve Steam Controller may not have had a great run among PC gamers, but it’s helped one Nintendo Switch player fix his Joy-Con drifting issue. The Joy-Con drift issue is something quite a few Nintendo Switch owners experience. It’s infuriating because it continuously detects an input in the left Joy-Con’s joystick, meaning that any game being played will detect the input and translate it accordingly. This could simply mean that a camera is always moving, or it could result in a character walking off a cliff. Whatever game the issue affects, the result is always bad. However, […]

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