Mekela 5.8-Foot Classic USB Wired NGC Controller Gamepad for Gamecube Windows PC MAC (1 Pack) (Orange)
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If the controller does not work on your computer, you will have to install software to get it to work. Due to Windows 10's operating system, I did not need to use the disk (on Windows 10) in order for the control to work.
Selected User Reviews For Mekela 5.8-Foot Classic USB Wired NGC Controller Gamepad for Gamecube Windows PC MAC (1 Pack) (Orange)
Considering the price, poor quality is to be expected, but to be honest, this is really quite horrible The c stick is the least functional of all the poorly-designed sticks With responsive buttons that resist calibration, it is hard to miscalibrate. I'll just give you 15 if you want to You can get it for 20 bucks if you buy it from Nintendo.
You get a lot of features for the price you pay with this controller. This worked perfectly when I used it on my pc running dolphin and the Nintendo 64. Nintendo USB port on the top back of the wii console is also compatible with this software. Wow! A mega plus! Despite the controller looking plain, I had to add stickers to the controller so I rated the product 4 stars.
A great Gamecube controller is made by this company. It is just that I wish more retro controllers were made If you have USB controllers for the Dreamcast and PC Engine, I could use them. Their Gamecube controllers would look great in Wavebird Grey or Lime Green or Pink, but I wish they had more colors available.
On my PC, I use it both for emulation and to play various games on Steam. When I used it to play Soul Calibur VI there was no input reading issue I used it for my emulator as well and it worked just fine. This controller is a good choice as long as you can live with the digital trigger input.
With its vibrate feature and great use of Dolphin, this controller is a joy to use, although it appears generic when you try to set it up on a Linux machine. I had to switch to Windows before I got it working.
The controller I bought for the gamecube looks like- It was plugged in with the intention of using it as my switch, however, it did not work when the USB ports were plugged in.
I really like this, it's fun to play, it doesn't break, or have.
It is a delight to look at the movement and texture of the analog stick.