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Controller discussion; N64 controller discussion - collecting/issues/help
Topic Started: Jul 23 2006, 12:29 AM (42,744 Views)
I will admit while I was a Nintendopion the N64 was the greastest thing I had in my hand. The next thing to the Gamecube controller was a N64 controller. The only thing better was the Virtaul boy controller.

Unlike the Virtaul Boy, the N64 had one problem.

In terms of fighters, the N64 controller was the worst controller to own asides a joystick. The NES and Master System was even far better equiped to play your
favorite fighter game.

This is why people want a PSX controller. It had the best original SNES layout. Had the 3D sticks, and rumble. The only negative was the PSX controllers hurts your hands thanks to the odd curves.

Yes you could use it as a fighter stick, but every other game used the C-buttons as a extra. You barely touched them.

Nintendo being for babies and brainwashed military personel ( see giest on Gamecube ), was a joke as a standard controller.

However for shooters like Golden Eye, the shape was that of a gun. You could feel every single bullet withdraw from a rumble pack. The N64 could be used for target practice, in a real situation.
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