Gamesir X2 has introduced a new gaming controller that can turn your smartphone into a mini نينتندو سويتش. This controller is no ordinary as it is filled with support, even for the cloud platforms.
This gaming controller is surely a game-changer. We got our hands on it, the feel and experience have been tremendous. If you want to be a pro at mobile gaming, this controller is your way to go. Without further ado, let’s jump into the specifications first.
Stickers, Thumb Grips and Thank you letter
Android, Xbox Game Pass, Google Stadia, xCloud
Initially, we tried playing two games, League of Legends and Asphalt. First, we played it without the controller, and then we played it with the X2 controller. The gaming experience has been enhanced by 60%. If you’re a fan of PUBG Mobile or Free Fire, the performance boost is surely more than 60% for such games as the solid triggers help you get better aim and movement.
Solid Built Quality
Another good thing about this controller that it doesn’t feel cheap! The built quiality is premium and it feels perfect in the hands.
Triggers and joysticks feel premium, and it has a perfect grip. In fact, the backside of the controller gives a comfortable feeling during the gameplay.
Power-efficient / Charging
X2 doesn’t have a battery, but it has a charging slot that allows you to charge your phone while playing your game.
If you’re a streamer, this function is bliss as, during streaming, lots of streamers face battery drainage problems.
Not just this, this controller also consume less battery in comparison with other controllers.
In the box there were some stickers and thump grips to make the aiming experience in the game more solid.
Games Support and Compatibility
The game controller supports almost all the major games listed on Google Play Store. Just to name a few;
Mario Kart Tour
Brawlhalla and more!
Gamesir x2 app is called GameSir World App, which can be downloaded from the google play store. It helps your x2’s firmware updated as well as instant mapping keys for different games.
Gamesir x2 vs Razer Kishi
These are the major differences between Razer Kishi and gamesir x2 gamepad;
Android and Cloud (Stadia, xCloud, Amazon Luna)
iPhone, Android and Cloud (Stadia, xCloud, Amazon Luna)
Flexable Connect Post
Smartphones that X2 support;
Smartphones X2 does not support:
Nokia (without OTG support)
Next Nintendo Switch?
It won’t be bad to call it a switch emulator. This indeed looks, feels like a Nintemdo Switch. Obviously it won’t make your smartphone run Nintendo games but it will make your Mobile games experience feels as if you’re playing them on Switch.
In the conclusion, we would say GameSir’s X2 has a lot to offer at a cheaper price tag. It is solid, feels rich, and supports almost all sorts of gaming. We have thoroughly reviewed the product and found no latency, regular firmware updates, and efficient keymapping as per your need.