questionsare there any knockoff nintendo gamecube…

vote-for15vote-against
vote-for2vote-against

Over the years I've bought a lot of mad catz controllers and haven't had a single problem with any of them. I know that that's not necessarily the case for everyone though.

vote-for2vote-against

Short answer; no.

Long answer; no, not really.

If you can get your hands on a real, new GameCube controller nowadays, jump on that.

vote-for2vote-against

@zuiquan: I agree here, mad catz micro works great for me. Also Rocketfish wireless controllers that I got for 4.99 on clearance are my go-to.

vote-for3vote-against

My brother recently called me wanting to buy my 4 wireless Gamecube Wavebird controllers for $50 each. I didn't realize until he told me that they sell for $75 each on Ebay. I think I paid $20 for each of them back when I got my Gamecube. I wouldn't have sold them anyway, but I wish I had some I was willing to part with. Mario Kart with my son and daughters is too much fun to sell them off just yet.

vote-for1vote-against

@capguncowboy: Yea the official wave birds are out of control on ebay.

vote-for2vote-against

Nintendo actually still manufactures controllers, but for the Japanese market only (and they only cost like $20 there!). People sell them new on Amazon/eBay for like $60...

vote-for1vote-against

if i could go back in time i would tell myself NEVER TO PLAY THIS MINIGAME

(edit: oh sorry i was thinking n64, not gamecube)

vote-for1vote-against

@wootfast: I'm surprised I never got any scarring from the blisters made by that freaking game.

vote-for1vote-against

@Cowboydann Electronics should be made out of living parts so that when you wear them out you just put them away in a drawer until they regrow back into working order.

vote-for1vote-against

I wish I remembered what they were but they were Micro controllers for the Gamecube. They were about the size of a duelshock and felt tight. Best controllers ever. I hate all the others because they are made so crappy.

You might be able to find them under Micro Gamecube controllers. I think it may be the MAdCatz MicroCon. You can get them on Ebay cheap.