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    Gamecube Controllers

    Okay I need some advice on some gamecube controllers.

    Ive heard from many sources that the best way to go when it comes to gamecube controllers is to get 4 wavebirds. Dont get me wrong, I think the wavebirds are great, other than one thing: Rumble. This may not seem like a big deal, but sometimes I just feel like playing with rumble on, and with 4 wavebirds you have no choice.
    So, the main question is has anyone ever seen/heard of a wireless controller with rumble capability. I really think there is no such thing for the gamecube, but hell, why not ask. I really like the Madcatz wireless microcon, but again, no rumble. So I was thinking about getting a Madcatz microcon (with a wire, which really annoys me) but that has rumble, along with 3 wavebirds.

    Thoughts?
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    Rumble doesn't add anything to the games; I prefer the reliablity of the Wavebird and the lack of cords over everything else.

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    ^Pure opinion, and my opinion is that it does add to certain games, so I'd appreciate if you would stay on topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borch712ers
    ^Pure opinion, and my opinion is that it does add to certain games, so I'd appreciate if you would stay on topic.
    I was stating my opinion as a reply to the topic since you asked for "Thoughts". Deal with it baby.
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    Wow, you should consider some anger management classes, csiguy

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    I second that.

    So, anyone want to actually post about the topic??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borch712ers
    Thoughts?
    Thoughts can also be easily considered opinions. So essentially you implied opinion.

    Quote Originally Posted by csiguy4u
    Rumble doesn't add anything to the games; I prefer the reliablity of the Wavebird and the lack of cords over everything else.
    csiguy gives his opinion. If you thought he was impressing his own thoughts upon you then that is not his problem. He merely responds to the post.

    Quote Originally Posted by Borch712ers
    ^Pure opinion, and my opinion is that it does add to certain games, so I'd appreciate if you would stay on topic.
    Yes it is pure opinion but he was entirely within his rights to give3 you his opinion seeing as you asked for it.

    Lets just keep everything clear. This is like the thread where someone asks something to the tune of "Are there any mature games coming out for me Wii?" I respond saying "Take a look at Sadness " he shoots back "That game isn't out yet so it doesn't count".

    It just seems that sometimes people throw all logic out the window.

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    and yet I still dont have a decent on-topic post...

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    The only times I've gotten Madcatz controllers, I've been sorely disappointed. Broken down on me after only a few hours use.

    If you want rumble, I'd suggest getting a standard GameCube controller...if that's too expensive (doubt it if you're willing to get wavebirds), you could always get one used.

    EDIT: For the record, I think rumble also adds to the immersion of the experience. It's more of a passive thing than active, of course, but Wii remotes wouldn't be the same without rumble. It'd feel less authentic.

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    Keep it on-topic guys.
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