You know that button on the top that you press in and something in the back moves? What the f_ck is it for? It looks like it fits onto something(Im thinking a belt buckle because I've seen some geek with it and I guess thats how he got it on) Thanks in advance
Cool, It doesnt say anything about it connecting to the opening in the back of the classic controller though but I'm guessing it fits in there. But why would nintendo make it there, for 3rd party accesories? I don't think thats what it was intended for..It's just one of those nintendo mysteries..
I found an "answer" from wikipedia, still dont get why nintendo would make the slot just for 3rd party accesories..
Originally Posted by Wikipedia
The Classic Controller contains slots on its backside, opened via a rectangular button at the top of the controller, presumably for attaching the controller to something else. The purpose for these slots remains undisclosed, but it is commonly believed to be used with a special clip that attaches the Wii Remote to the Classic Controller, enabling it to take advantage of the Wii Remote's motion-sensing and rumble capabilities, making it functionally equivalent to the PlayStation 3 controller; Nyko has released such a clip, in addition to a grip shell and a place to store the cable. The body of the Classic Controller measures 65.7 mm tall, 135.7 mm wide, and 26 mm thick.
There is a mysterious clip on the back of it which points to the ability to snap the classic controller in or on something. There was no evidence to say that the actual remote would go there. When questioned, the representative said, "It's a secret."