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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful
on August 21, 2010
I've had the pleasure of owning one of these controllers in the past. It's a fake, it does a real good job at looking like the real thing. The controller does hold up for light games but breaks down in games that require some pin point stress. Y button broke down fast, A button got stuck, R button became unresponsive. I got it for 10 dollars and it wasn't even worth that, it lasted less than a week. As other reviewers said, it's cheap plastic. As for even opening the product, I didn't bother, but the original gamecube remotes require a tri-head screwdriver, same one that is needed to open a DS. It's something that has to be specially ordered to fix or modify their products.
It won't last, spend the extra bucks and get a nintendo branded remote, it will prove the test of time.