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    you gotta be more specific dude

    I really like the Madcatz Wireless Microcon. I like the size of it more than the wavebird/regular controllers (its alot smaller) plus it has grips, is wireless, and will ussually only set you back 15-20. If you dont like it being mini than I am pretty sure there is a Madcatz Wireless (standard size) controller that does have rumble. Pelican also has a couple pretty cool controllers

    I was ganna make a thread on this a while back because I really like the Madcatz Wireless Microcon, but it doesnt have rumble (one of the only things I dont like about having 4 wavebirds, because I like the rumble sometimes) so I was looking to have 2 wavebirds and 2 controllers with rumble but I couldnt find any that I liked as much as the Madcatz Wireless Microcon.

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    I suggest a Wavebird. It's wireless and reliable unlike other controllers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csiguy4u
    I suggest a Wavebird. It's wireless and reliable unlike other controllers.
    Wavebird is a nintendo product. Nice Try though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borch712ers
    Wavebird is a nintendo product. Nice Try though!
    Thats my point; Nintendo = Reliable; 3rd Party = iffy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csiguy4u
    Thats my point; Nintendo = Reliable; 3rd Party = iffy.
    He said in the post that he was looking for a [B]3rd party[B] controller and he even put in parenthesis (for people like you who apparently do not know what 3rd party means) "non-nintendo"
    I think you might need to start paying attention to what the topic is, in this dudes threads' and my threads' that is, because your having a hard time of making a good post.

    edit: Oh, and dont call me an ass, you dick.

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    Wavebirds in the UK cost the equivalent of $50 each... just getting a couple becomes very expensive, let alone getting 4 of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borch712ers
    He said in the post that he was looking for a [b]3rd party[b] controller and he even put in parenthesis (for people like you who apparently do not know what 3rd party means) "non-nintendo"
    I think you might need to start paying attention to what the topic is, in this dudes threads' and my threads' that is, because your having a hard time of making a good post.

    edit: Oh, and dont call me an ass, you dick.
    Hey, if he wants third-party thats fine, I was just saying to Him (AND NOT YOU), that I personally would sway towards the Nintendo ones.

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    Truly, i would never go with buying a third party controller. Ive had many and they all mess up at some time. Ide just go with a "real" nintendo mad controller.

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    You're a rather grumpy person, aren't you csiguy?

    Anyway, yeah. Another alternative is stopping by GameStop and picking up some used controllers. Usually they're pretty good condition, and can be just like new if you have a little isopropyl alcohol and water.

    At least then you don't have to worry about wasting your money on something that stops working after a couple days. Ugh, bad experiences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PotatoWedgie
    You're a rather grumpy person, aren't you csiguy?
    Which of the above posts are you refering too? I didn't see any that were grumpy. Just normal reponses to replies.

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