We are therefore in the presence of a real competitive model, similar to those proposed by Hori for the Sony and Microsoft consoles. Without compromising the quality of the buttons, joystick or case, the Real Arcade Pro V for Switch shines in terms of both comfort and performance and is a real cut compared to its current competitors. However, it is difficult to hide the only wired connection that is unsuitable for a platform that can be used both on the go and in the living room. You can only play directly on the console screen if you purchase additional support with USB connections. We would therefore have been delighted if Hori had revised his copy a little, incorporating the additions of the RAP N and adapting to the limitations of the platform to which it is dedicated, instead of simply offering us a model that has this now a classic will.