As many have mentioned, this controller, like a great many Hyperkin products, is made as cheaply as possible. Mine has a faulty d-pad (or maybe just a trashy d-pad) where pressing right also activates up or downthe rest of the directions are ok. I had an issue where the controller would not charge at all, so I opened it and found the micro usb port (which is on a tiny daughterboard connected to the main board with shielded wire) had broken off where the wire is soldered to the main board. I had to solder it back together to get it working. This thing is held together with sharp screws from home depot. I figured I would not really get use out of it, but actually, combined with the Mayflash Magic-NS on PC (supported now with a firmware update), I do end up using this controller quite a bit for playing emulated games (N64 and Gamecube). The picture quality via Dolphin through HDMI to my TV (and availability of save states) makes the setup hassle worth it, and at least all the buttons are right. In any event, this controller is typical 3rd party and for most people, the aggravation isn't worth itif you are gaming on Wii U still, just buy the pro controller, as it's very nice despite the odd stick placement which actually works really well (played through BotW with it). If you want a Nintendo-like controller for PC (with the Mayflash adapter) this works, but you are probably still better off just using an Xbox 360 controller with wireless dongle.