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Favorite controller for a nintendo system

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by martini178, Jul 19, 2006.

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What is your favorite past nintendo system controller

Poll closed Aug 3, 2006.
  1. nes/famcom

    12.5%
  2. snes/super famcom

    12.5%
  3. virtual boy

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. n64

    12.5%
  5. gamecube

    62.5%
  1. martini178

    martini178 Oldschoolgamer

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    what is your favorite nintendo system controller
     
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  2. MMCD

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    the nes controller because of it's simplicity
     
  3. Supermariomp3

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    the gamecube because its so damn comfortable
     
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    The gamecube one cause of the wireless wavebird controller.
     
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    this is kind of ironic because the wii controller was probably inspired by the wavebird
     
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    KraZy Future Wii Owner

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    The wii-mote? That's weird. Why do you think that?
     
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    i picked the nes controller if you look further up
     
  8. martini178

    martini178 Oldschoolgamer

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    i find the snes controller to be very compfy in my hands.. i have never gotten used to the gamecube controller tho..
     
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    the n64 since that system basily started me into major gaming (before the 64, i would barly play video games lol)
     
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    picked the gamecube, the layout of the controls is truly inspired and a major leap forward in intuitiveness. after that it would prolly be the snes, the 64 controller always seemed a bit poorly designed to me because if you were using the control stick you couldn't use the d-pad
     
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    wow i think that the gamecube controller was the systems biggest mistake ... its the main reason i didnt buy one ... its horrible for people with big hands and the buttons arent symetrical at all and that leads to wrong buttons being pressed all the time for me
     
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    then you should have got a wavebird controller since its more bulkier
     
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    Yeah, the wavebird was very well made and fixed was better than the regular controller.
     
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    hmm.. maybe i will try that sometime after the wii comes out .. are the buttons further apart?
     
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    uhh..i can't really tell
     
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    the wavebird is bigger but the buttons are about the same.
     
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    When I first bought the wavebird, I was really disappointed with the lack of rumble-feedback, but when ever I was finished, it was sooo nice to just lay it on top of my Gamecube, instead of having to wind a cord that was too short to begin with.

    Now with the wiimote and, wait the nunchuk has rumble too, right?:confused: Well anyway, atleast we will have both wireless and rumble in one package when Wii is released.
     
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    hmm thanks.. well its worth a try .... i think the main thing i cant get past is the c stick because im always trying to use it to aim in shooting games and action games like ssbm<- which i cant play at all... mind you i can play animal crossing at a friends like theres no tommorow... dang now i want a gamecube to play animal crossing !!! dang... instant craving ... lol..
     

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