4 controllers 4 the winner
We’re back on our PDP game with another contest for PDP’s Wired Fight Pad Pro Switch controllers!
Did you win a PDP Fight Pad Pro controller last time we ran a contest? Well, good! You can’t win another, Captain Greedy. But for those of you who didn’t, we’ve got another awesome contest to get your hands on one.
Except it’s not just one! Two winners will get their choice of the new Peach and Luigi controllers, while one grand prize winner will get to choose four of PDP’s Nintendo-themed Switch controllers. How’s that for grand?
PDP already has a cool stable of Wired Fight Pad Pro controllers featuring Nintendo motifs (Mario, Link, and Pikachu), but today they launched two more controllers to add to the mix — Peach and Luigi.
PDP’s controller is perfect for Smash or any other game on your Switch. Its 10-foot cable will give you the maneuverability to kick names and take ass, and its swappable C-nub will let others know you’re both sophisticated and enjoy the classics.
Also, that Peach one is absolutely fabulous.
To enter to win, use the widget below to leave your name and email address, and tell us which controller (Peach/Luigi) you want. Everyone will be automatically entered for the grand prize. Enter daily for additional chances to win. For bonus entries, follow PDP and Dtoid on Twitter and share our contest post with your friends.
While you’re waiting, tell us why the Peach one is the best controller of the group. If you think it’s not, you’re wrong and disqualified forever. Not just from this contest, but from all future ones. Also tell us why the only possible better one would be a Waluigi one, because of how purple it’d be. Purple is the best color, and if you disagree you’re wrong and you’re disqualified forever.
We have one grand prize pack of four controllers, plus one Peach and one Luigi controller, to give out. Winners must have a United States address in order to win. Winners will be drawn on Monday, March 18.
PDP’s full lineup of Wired Fight Pad Pro controllers is available now.