8BitDo is a company located in China that creates gaming controllers and accessories for retro and modern gaming systems. They specialize in wireless controllers that have a classic design and feel, reminiscent of gaming in the 80s and 90s.
8BitDo's products are compatible with a variety of different consoles, including Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac, Android, iOS, and various retro gaming systems, such as the NES and SNES Classic. 8BitDo is popular among gamers who want to experience the nostalgia of playing classic games with modern technology.
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- The first Chinese game peripheral brand authorized by Microsoft.
- The only game peripheral brand supported by Apple's iOS official announcement after Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo.
- BBC StoryWork filmed a short documentary called "Connecting Gamers" for 8BitDo.
- The product has won numerous design awards, such as German IF Award, Red Dot Award, Japan Good Design Award, American IDEA Award, Taiwan Golden Pin Golden Point Award, Grand Slam.
- The 10 best controllers selected by IGN every year have been on the list for many years in a row.
The 8BitDo Ultimate 2.4G wireless Controller was designed with respect for the classics. 8BitDo paid extra attention to the most critical characteristics like the D-pad, to make sure it feels exactly like you remember it.
Ultimate Controller Reviews
8BitDo designed Ultimate C 2.4g Controller to be an even more cost effective, simplified version of Ultimate. Same 8BitDo Ultimate build quality with an even more ultimate price. Available in pastel green and purple with the same enhanced grip.
The SN30 Pro is the worlds first, fully featured retro controller. It boasts a full button set with clickable joysticks, rumble vibration², motion controls, wireless bluetooth®, rechargeable battery, home and screen shot buttons, and a USB-C connector. Not to mention a proper d-pad.
With inspiration from the classics, Designed with the utmost attention to detail. 8BitDo paid extra attention to the most critical characteristics like the d-pad, to make sure it feels exactly like you remember it.