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Got it MADE?; Nintendo 64 controller origins
Topic Started: Jan 30 2016, 04:29 PM (6,057 Views)
Nillew
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Hi No64DD
Nice work :yeah:

Well, I can talk about the brazilian N64 controllers.

6 Traditional = Made in Japan
6 Multi Sabores = Made in Japan
Atomic Purple = Made in Japan
Golden (ISS64 Edition '98) = I can not confirm yet :-/ But it is very likely to be Made in Japan too
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Nillew
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haha Thanks!

I have "dozens" of images. I would like to send to you by email.
Just another admirer of the best videogame of all time =D
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No64DD
Aug 5 2016, 08:54 PM
In honor of the opening ceremonies in Rio de Janeiro, i thought it would be good to add another MIJ controller thanks to our member Nillew!

Please finally welcome the Brazillian Grey standard Playtronic/Gradiente Nintendo 64 controller. 🎉

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I love the extent Brazil went into authenticicating their own products. MADE IN JAPAN in both console and seperate scenarios.
I certainly had a great experience bringing these controllers to our forum thanks to Nillew, that took me on an awesome journey through the unique Nintendo 64 history in South America.

I've hoped that you all enjoy the work on this thread so far.
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Nice! It's amazing your sympathy, No64DD! ^_^
Thank you for remembering to mention the opening ceremony of the Olympics. :yeah:

This grey controller is only Gradiente, not Playtronic (if want to be perfectionist)

Hey, I will send pictures of a yellow controller (Gradiente) and another yellow controller (Playtronic) this week for you*
*Here or via e-mail.

Thanks for reply about the cams X_D
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