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Why is it so hard to replicate the n64 controller in the 2010s?
Topic Started: Aug 21 2017, 07:56 AM (247 Views)
ReliantLion
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It may be because the N64 was part of the genesis of analog joysticks, so the tech is just so dated and weird, people are not making N64 joysticks for N64 controllers. Rather, they implement a modern joystick, which in its own right works perfectly fine, but then convert its signal so the N64 can understand it. Both N64 joystick and modern joysticks are highly sensitive, but in different ways.

Or at least that's how I see it.
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