Initially disappointed with bomberman. That might be because I was trying to let my 3 year old son play and he died almost instantly every time, as might be expected. I'll have to play through the single player stuff later to get back into the feel for it, and play with someone a little bit older
Performance was disappointing, lots of "loading" delays for no obvious reason given the graphic quality of the game.
Zelda was fantastic so far. I don't know if I am not observant enough or what but I didn't notice any fps drops in the 10 or so minutes I played. I thought it was pretty funny how the first item you get is basically a nintendo switch tablet. I reached the navigation point which turned into a tower. Climbing down the tower I messed up and fell to my death 3 times before I decided to take a break. I'm sure it's not that hard, but I just wanted to try the other games.
Fast RMX was the most successful game as far as my son was concerned. To some extent, he could just hold the throttle button down and race around the track more or less, crashing occasionally. Performance of the game seemed great.
Snipperclips seems like the perfect "learn to use a controller" game for my son. Just going through the tutorial forced him to learn how to move around with the joystick. He also found it hillarious whenever he or I completely "snipped" the other player. I think this one will be a lot of fun for the money.
For the record, never had a problem with controllers being unpaired. Sofa is about 8-10 feet from the TV, so I guess that isn't much of an extreme range test. I really like the feel of the controllers, while small they have a certain weight to them that just feels high quality.