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    Using WaveBird Controllers w/ Wii

    Anyone here done so yet? How's the usage with them on VC titles and with regular GC games?

    I've been wanting to get some but winning auctions for them on eBay is a tedious task!! I wish they were still sold commercially... It's all about wireless now

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    I bought mine's at walmart for $29.99. Target has them for the same price too. Played SSBM and double dash. works fine. Keeps things nice and wireless
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    I've used my original WaveBird, which I've had since way back, and not had a problem at all.

    So far downloaded "Legend Of Zelda", "Mario 64", "Mario Kart", and "Link To The Past", and, like I say, I use the WaveBird with all of them and I've yet to have a problem.

    Hope that helps.

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    You are right, it is all about wireless.

    I got my wavebird from here $33 (about £15)


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    definately keep it wireless, it also lessens the chance of pulling your Wii over with a wired controller.
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    I agree wireless 0wnz all. I just bought 2 GC Wireless Controllers; one from eBay, and one from Wal-Mart. I'll report back on how they perform when I get them in the mail.

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    Can someone please comment about the wireless alternatives, like MadCatz? They are smaller (better for young kids) and WAY cheaper (19,99).

    But im worried about the sensitiviness of analogic controllers... Non-original PS2 controllers, except for logitech ones, have a story of being non-sensitive.

    Any comments??
    thanks!

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    cnet article rates wavebird best controller

    Quote Originally Posted by mabhz
    Can someone please comment about the wireless alternatives, like MadCatz? They are smaller (better for young kids) and WAY cheaper (19,99).

    But im worried about the sensitiviness of analogic controllers... Non-original PS2 controllers, except for logitech ones, have a story of being non-sensitive.

    Any comments??
    thanks!
    read this:
    http://reviews.cnet.com/4321-9020_7-6560601.html

    I am looking for a wireless controller as well. After reading the cnet review and some posts on other gaming forums, I'm pretty sure I'm going to look for a couple of wavebirds. However, because all the controllers might feel a bit different, it really comes down to personal preference. I haven't used a wavebird before, but I'd rather not have to deal with any compatibility issues as I read there were with some third party controllers for the gamecube.

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    I went to EB Games and bought a used Wavebird controller. Works great, and was only 14 bucks.
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