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WII CLASSIC CONTROLLER TO PC USB

Platform : Nintendo Wii
81 customer reviews

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  • Converts two Wii Classic Controllers to PC USB
  • All buttons, D-Pads, and analog sticks are recognizable in Windows Gamepad setup. Long USB cable makes up for short length of controller cords allowing for more reach
  • The Software allows button re-mapping, also support Turbo/ Auto Fire function
  • The L and R button of Wii Classic Controller comes with the pressure-sensitive function, but Classic Controller Pro does not support it
  • 3 different mode for D-pad: Button Mode, X/Y Analog Axis mode and POV mode, accessible by pressing and holding "Home" and "L" or "R"
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Product Description

Converts two Wii Classic Controllers to PC USB. All buttons, D-Pads, and analog sticks are recognizable in Windows Gamepad setup. Long USB cable makes up for short length of controller cords allowing for more reach. The Software allows button re-mapping, also support Turbo/ Auto Fire function. The L and R button of Wii Classic Controller comes with the pressure-sensitive function, but Classic Controller Pro does not support it. 3 different mode for D-pad: Button Mode, X/Y Analog Axis mode and POV mode, accessible by pressing and holding "Home" and "L" or "R". 6 ft length. Compatible with Windows 98, ME,2000, XP, Vista, 7 (32 and 64 bits).

Product Details

  • ASIN: B003711698
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.7 x 2 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Media: Electronics
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,438 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Shinde Kudasai on April 11, 2010
Since the first time I laid hands on a Wii Classic Controller at a friend's playing some of his Virtual Console games I had thought "It'd be sweet if there was a way to use this on PC." Unfortunately the only available method at the time required too much extra stuff beyond just the controller itself for it to even be worth it to me; a Wii-mote ($39), a Blue-tooth dongle, and Glovepie or Blue Soleil, the latter being a pay-to-use software. Also from what I heard you needed to re-sync the device every time you wanted to use it... I was thinking more along the lines of just a straight up direct USB connection, and that is exactly what the fine folks at Mayflash have made.

I got the CC to USB adapter in early Janurary to replace a 2 port PSX/PS2 pad to USB adapter I'd been using before (also from Mayflash).

Right out of the box this unit is fully USB HID compliant, every button, every stick and pressure sensitive slider shows up in Windows Gamepad Setup. You don't even need the software disc that comes with it and to be honest, there isn't much the bundled software can do that Joy2Key can't do better and using J2K you can also use the gamepad for more than just games.

I have two profiles for every emulator I use (one for actually playing the game, and one where Select is Escape / Alt-Enter, analog stick is mouse cursor, dpad navigates the romlist one by one, L and R are mouse wheel scroll for faster rom list browsing and Y is left click to load a game). I have the Home button set up in J2K as my Profile Switcher (so long as the last profile is set to switch to the first, they will loop continuously).

With this set up I can change games or even change emulators without getting up from the couch (got Svideo running to the TV for a more authentic feel).
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dontay Minter on September 22, 2010
This converter is actually pretty good. Each and every button is read properly, and the analog sticks also work. Also, not only does it let you use the Classic Controllers, but it does work with the Classic Controller Pros. That, and if you plug in 2 controllers, it registers each as its own individual driver. I just tested it with my Classic Controllers...everything works 100% fine. I had issues, though, with getting it to work at first. Maybe it's just the converter I got, or an issue with the converter overall, but I had to have the controller(s) plugged in before I can use them. After I figured that out, though, everything was read properly on my computer.

The converter does let you use the controllers on a PS3, but it is not read properly and buttons have crazy mappings...and the L and R buttons do not function...so not a good idea if you're looking to use this on a PS3.

Other than that, I'd 100% recommend buying one of these if you're into emulators and whatnot.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By yyr on January 21, 2011
This adapter works fantastically well! It also works with the MadCatz Tatsunoko vs. Capcom FightStick, and based on that, I'd think that it works with the Hori Fighting Stick Wii as well. Put this adapter together with an inexpensive Wii joystick and you've got something great.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By PhoneFan on May 24, 2011
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Adapter does essentially what it says, allows you to connect one or two Wii Classic or Classic Pro controllers to your pc - however, don't expect it to totally replace a dedicated PC game controller - it doesn't. I tried this with Madden 08 for the PC - some key buttons don't function, others can't be programmed properly. Tried to reprogram, download the software updates, but nothing helped. It works with some basic games that only require basic four or five button control or one joystick pad, but if using it for complex eight or nine button games like Madden or NBA Live, forget it. I now must go back and try to find a true PC game controller - I thought I could save bucks by using the Wii controllers I already had, but no dice. It works great for what it works for, but this is not for everyone or for every game.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JONATHAN N WHITEMAN on August 29, 2014
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I use this primarily with Linux Steam in "Big Picture Mode". Not all the games have good gamepad support, but that is hardly the fault of this adapter. For the games that *do* fully obey the custom button mappings entered into the Steam "Big Picture Mode" client itself, this adapter is really awesome. For games with only partial gamepad support you may find the button mappings to the Wii Classic controller a bit uncooperative, but in many cases its still less awkward than using a keyboard. It should also work just fine with any games/emulators in Linux that will accept generic USB gamepads. If goes completely unrecognized for software you think should recognize it, check your permissions on the device nodes in /dev/input/. ;-)

I suspect that the few reviews claiming it doesn't work and never worked for them at all are Windows users who aren't aware that Microsoft recently deprecated the DirectInput API in favor of something called XInput, effectively also deprecating pretty much all the cheap USB controllers and adapters on the market currently except for the xbox360 controller (google it). This adapter won't make your controllers magically support the newer API in Windows for games that require it, though there is third-party software to work around that. Of course, in Linux this issue is irrelevant.
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