It doesn'tOriginally Posted by weazol
Don't cry about spending an extra $15 to get a wavebird and just get one. it will be the best purchase you've ever made, next to getting a Wii, if you plan to play VC or Gamecube games.Originally Posted by Quatsch
yes it does..i have one ..and it has rumble
Hey, shoot me for asking a question. I may wind up getting one, I just wanted to find out a little about the other controllers. $15 extra per controller (plus batteries, too) adds up. I don't know how much you get for allowance, but I've got bills to pay.Originally Posted by csiguy4u
I have the Nintendo Wavebird package in my hand (since I bought one 2 days ago) and it clearly states on the back that it does NOT have rumble to extend battery life.Originally Posted by xpirate77
There are, however, wavebird clones (3rd party) that do have rumble.
what makes u assume we have allowenceOriginally Posted by Quatsch
add me and pm me with your code~
I would say to stick with a wireless one... just because the whole system was designed to be wireless!
My allowance is roughly $3500/month. . .minus taxes, health insurance, and retirement savings it comes to about $2500/monthOriginally Posted by Quatsch
hehe, guess the real-world allowance is better than grad school allowanceOriginally Posted by csiguy4u