So far so good, I havent used it on the Nintendo Switch yet, But on PC I've installed the force feedback driver on both my Windows 7 machines. It works fine in Dirt Rally, Dirt 4 and F1 2015. Although i had to do some rebinding in all those games to get the settings to a place i liked.
Make sure you go into windows "control panel" menu "Devices and Printers" then right click on the "Mayflash game controllers" and go to "controller settings". Then follow the instructions on the "calibrate" tab. When calibrating the R/L triggers dont calibrate them at full button press as some games wont register them as button presses at 100% Press them to about 80%-90%.
Force feedback works and is accurately repsonsive like any other controller.
Didnt notice any response time or controller input lag when using it in Windows.
It works flawlessly on Nintendo switch during Smash Bros and still going strong. No hints missed or beats skipped. Only thing that annoys me is the overly long and thick cords that feel a bit weighty. On hindsight im wondering if a wireless option would've been better as i have too many cords around my desk.
1. The GameCube controller adapter allows you to connect up to two GameCube controllers (or wireless GameCube controllers) to a Wii u system and pc usb. 2. Switch mode by using the switch located on the side. 3. Supports the gc/Wii emulator dolphin. 4. Supports the built-in vibration feedback with no delays. 5.compatible with windows xp, vista, windows 7,windows 8,32 bit and 64 bit and mac os under the pc mode.