Classic USB NES Controller for PC

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Classic USB NES Controller for PC

  • Compatible with Win98/ME/2000/2003/XP
  • Not Compatible with Vista 64-Bit
  • Connects with USB
  • No drivers required
  • The controller is not wireless, there is a cord attached to the top of the controller


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Questions to Consider

  • Is it the right size? For your head and ear?
  • How easy is it to use?

The super 8 bit controller features 2 easy to reach buttons in a controller designed to recreate the feel of the Original NES controller. You will be able to play emulators with an NES layout controller! 3rd Party, Not original.

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3 Responses to “Classic USB NES Controller for PC

  • Review by Andy

    Games Played – Tetris 2, 1943, Punch Out, and more!

    Man, have I been waiting for a product like this for years! Aside from the small wait of transit for the product, it’s actually quite worth it.

    First Impressions:
    -Nicely packaged, sealed on the corners
    -USB port is wrapped and taped to prevent transit damage
    -cable is nice and long, I think a little over 6 ft
    -You can tell the item is new when you try it, the buttons click like a normal NES would, some excessive use will break it in just fine

    Mapping was quite easy with all online emulators, I was up and running within 1 minute.

    Start and select buttons have a nice rubbery feel to it

    If you want to play old school games on your PC, this is the controller to do it with!

  • Review by Tom

    Works and feels great. Small hint for those using Windows 7, run your game program as administrator (by right cilcking on icon) to recognize the usb controller.

  • Review by Thom

    I was a bit skeptical when I first received this controller; the label on the front of it wasn’t stuck on firmly, and the directional control (“left-right-up-down”) didn’t seem 100% accurate. The label of course, was a simple matter of sticking it on firmly. The directional control works great now, after a quick break-in period.

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