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    EBAY CONVERTERS TO PLAY NES AND SNES WITH THE CONTROLS & control lag

    hi guys i found these http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Wii-Retro...item417c88871b on ebay today and the say u can use nes and snes remotes in them. i just wanted to know if anyone has used one and if so is there any lag between pushing the buttons and the game doing the actions. i currently run snes9xgx and cannot use the gamecube controller as its response time to pressing the buttons is way to slow. any help would be apprciated on both topics

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    You might have better luck in the emulators section with this question. If you want me to move your thread, LMK. Good luck and good question.

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    Makes me want to try one out. Nostalgia kicking in lol

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    I've seen these around before. I haven't really heard anything about them one way or the other (ie if they're bad or good), but they look nice. I myself have been trying to hunt down a SNES Classic Controller (either the Club Nintendo of Japan one or a homemade version), but those are usually upwards of $100 which is too much for a controller IMO.

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    A classic SNES controller $100 bucks!!????!?!?! Dear god man! Some of us have gold mines in that massive spaghetti mess box of cords and controllers we have kept for the last 20 years!!! ...And my wife always bitched about it...that'll show her lol

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    Yup, the official Japanese Club Nintendo version usually does for around $150 from what I've seen. I've seen some cheap (look cheaply made) ones for around $50. Those cheap ones are made from 3rd party controllers from SNES and Wii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    You might have better luck in the emulators section with this question. If you want me to move your thread, LMK. Good luck and good question.
    thanks nightstah that may help id just like to know if someone has used them and if the snes emulator is glitchy/slow with the gamecube controller

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