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iQue; Looking for info, discussion, etc.
Topic Started: Jan 12 2018, 06:38 AM (298 Views)
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So I got this book off the Kindle Store - ConsoleGamer's History of the Nintendo 64. Typos galore but has a lot of interesting information in it. The thing that intrigued me most was seeing the iQue player and its extra controllers. If anyone can provide a picture for me that would be great because I'm not good with posting photos on this message board.

The way the controller works is interesting to me in light of the N64 mini being a potential release. I know I should probably let it go and just expect an original N64 controller replica with a Wii Remote attachment, but I just can't get past how many issues it has (controversial three-prong design, stick that wears out easy). I had at first thought of the hori controller as a possible revision, but then I saw the design of the iQue and its controllers. It has a much more traditional look to it while still having all the buttons an N64 controller needs. My one concern is that it may look a touch too big - we wouldn't want to relive the early days of the original Xbox.

So my question for you is, does anybody in this forum have experience with the iQue? Have you tried the controller and how does it feel in your hands? But also, are there any other interesting bits of trivia about the iQue that maybe haven't become common knowledge yet. If the book I had is true, the game downloading service surprisingly only ended in 2016.
It must be exciting to never have played a Zelda game before - No64DD
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