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Through ingenuity and a lot of coffee, a man has made the Xbox Adaptive Controller compatible with the Nintendo Switch so that his daughter is able to play The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (via GameSpot).
In 2018, the Xbox Adaptive Controller won the “Outstanding Contribution” Golden Joystick Award, and Microsoft expressed it would want to improve the product so that it works with PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. An unofficial invention has stepped forward in the meantime, and Xbox boss Phil Spencer is impressed with the results. He retweeted Steel’s work and called it “incredible,” so here’s hoping the designer gets an email from the software company shortly.