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Generic USB controller
Sensitive buttons
Great for gaming


USB Wired Game Controller


Retail: R350

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This deal expired on 2021-03-04.

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Bring back old memories with the USB Nintendo N64 Styled Game Controller!

Do you still remember the old Nintendo 64 video games? As an old school gamer, you must have played these old games: Zool - Majuu Tsukai Densetsu (Japan), Zelda no Densetsu - Toki no Ocarina (Japan), Kirby 64 - The Crystal Shards (USA), Twisted Edge - Extreme Snowboarding (USA), Conker's bad fur day, Gex 64 - Enter the Gecko, MRC - Multi Racing Championship, NBA Jam 99, Alice no Wakuwaku Trump World etc

Product Features
  • This controller is a Generic USB Controller
  • It uses a standard USB port. If your program or application accepts USB controller inputs.
  • It can be used natively without drivers or applications so you can just plug and play.
  • It works with any emulator you wish to download and use. You can Google “N64 emulator” and then the same for Roms.
  • Performs Exceptionally Well on Raspberry Pi: With this USB controller, your raspberry pi could act as a retro gaming machine.
  • Superior Quality - Super sensitive buttons for precision control with an authentic retro feel.
Product Specifications
  • High Compatibility - Windows 98/ME/Vista/2000/2003/XP/7/8/8.1/10; Mac OS X and beyond; Nintendo emulators; Raspberry Pi; Raspberry PI 2 model B; Retro Pi OS; Retropi System. 
  • You don't need to install any special software.
  • Dimensions: Size: 16.5 x 11 x 5cm
  • Weight: 200g
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Win win.

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So instead we'll hit you with this little-known fact: Movie trailers are called "trailers" because they used to be shown at the end of the movies, not before. Eventually common sense prevailed, but the name stuck.


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