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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by Naish, Dec 25, 2006.

  1. Naish

    Naish WiiChat Member

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    Should I go with a Wavebird? Or will it lag?

    My main problem is the fact that the regular gamecube controllers (I borrowed one for a while) has much too short of a cord.

    I'm thinking of getting a wavebird to avoid knockin the wii over. On the other hand, if I grabbed the standard wired controller, I'd have enough to grab a memory card to go with....

    Any thoughts? Input from Wavebird owners? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. honeymustard

    honeymustard dratsumyenoh

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    I have a wavebird (got it with the GC originally). I've never used the wired controller ;) (partly because I lost it). But seriously, get it, it works great with the Wii.
     
  3. doug52

    doug52 Overly Strong Right Arm

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    before the wii came out, along w/ its' controllers, the wavebird was the single greatest piece of wireless technology ever created. it still rocks hard. buy it. buy 2. buy a lot of them.
     
  4. dbinder1987

    dbinder1987 WiiChat Member

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    If anything go with the offbrand wavebirds. i have 2 wireless gamecube controlers so far, one i got new for $20, and the other used for $8 and they both work great. one of them has a block with a controler plug on it, the other has a block with a short 4 inch wire comming out of it to plug into the GC controler port. i like the one without the cord better but it almost dosnt fit with the wii door on there. i dont want to break the door off.
     
  5. jlspec

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    The wii door covering the Gamecube ports is made to be removable.
     
  6. ericlewis91

    ericlewis91 im McLovin

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    Whats A Wavebird?
     
  7. csiguy4u

    csiguy4u WiiMaster

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    This threads has already been done. . . but get a Wavebird, it's the greatest.

    (P.S. for those that don't know the Wavebird is Nintendo's wireless GameCube controller)

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