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Got it MADE?; Nintendo 64 controller origins
Topic Started: Jan 30 2016, 04:29 PM (6,362 Views)
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Jan 30 2016, 05:55 PM
Yes that is correct Bam.
It should be safe to say that all NTSC N64 controllers are MADE IN CHINA. :yeah:
I checked my controllers and most were made in china... Yet one of them was "made in Japan" :phear:
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Only difference I noticed was it had an orange rubber below the R, A, B, and C buttons instead of the grey one of my purple transparent controller, but maybe that's a difference between opaque and transparent controllers and has nothing to do with being it made in japan :P
Consoles and TVs here are all NTSC, but I bought this controller used, from some local videogame store that sold retro stuff, so who knows if this one travelled all the way from Europe.
Edited by wiregrind, Mar 23 2016, 02:15 PM.
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