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Controller discussion; N64 controller discussion - collecting/issues/help
Topic Started: Jul 23 2006, 12:29 AM (43,546 Views)
Irene(Hydronix)
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My SuperPad is mostly worn out(the Z Button doesn't work), and my other controller's control sticks barely work. One of their D-Pads is now sounding all clicky. Flying Dragon does that...
Even bastards need to let off some steam.

And apparently have more egos than Waffles.
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Irene(Hydronix)
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I always liked it, save for the fact I can't press all the buttons at once, but I digress.
Even bastards need to let off some steam.

And apparently have more egos than Waffles.
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Irene(Hydronix)
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An interesting note on the Superpad Controller. It's stick is very well made. Funny that the pad is not.
Even bastards need to let off some steam.

And apparently have more egos than Waffles.
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Irene(Hydronix)
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lithium017
Mar 30 2010, 05:20 PM
I do have a second copy of the gold Nintendo Power 100 Issue controller I would part with. It does have some wear. I also have the rarest Millennium 2000 controller but I am not keen to part with it, but I might for the right price. The joystick is tight and the controller is in great shape apart from a few surface scratches. I am the second owner of most of these controllers as I started collecting in 2008 but have been playing since 1998.

I have roughly 40 first party Nintendo 64 controllers, and all 19 US released ones (including the Pikachu one not in most pictures from me). I am trying to get 4 of each of the Funtastic controllers to match the systems. I have a youtube video of it as well:
-insert bunches of pictures here-
Sweet mother of f***! That's a lot of controllers, and I thought you were looking for the different kinds of controllers, like the versions of the Super Pad(I like the one that looks a lot like the gamecube controller, though the D-Pad and Control Stick are switched, and obviously, there's more buttons...by 1)
Even bastards need to let off some steam.

And apparently have more egos than Waffles.
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