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About the product
- USB ENABLED
- COMPATIBLE WITH PC AND MAC
- 6FT CABLE
- 3D ANALOG STICK
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I would not buy this controller again but if you absolutely need one it somewhat gets the job done.
The only improvements that could be made might be to some of the button pushes. On one controller, the B button occasionally sticks a bit, but it's easy to pop back out with another press or a jiggle. I've been using both controllers for about 7 months now with no problems. In fact, we were just looking to order some NES or Super Nintendo controllers by RetroLink to play some other old games because they're so inexpensive and such good quality. If we choose to but them, we'll definitely be going with this brand.
Good luck playing smash brothers without being able to move the stick that direction. Some games it doesn't matter, some it matters very very much.
If this thing was capable of rumble functionality, it would be perfect. As it stands, it still gets the job done.
One thing I will say, if you happen to be using the MotionJoy software (generally used for running a PS3 controller through your PC), that may interfere with this controller. I had to uninstall the MotionJoy drivers, after which, this controller ran fine with no additional programs needed.
Lastly, I got a four port USB hub and a cable extender along with this so that everyone could sit away from the TV. Multiplayer works great with a couple of these.
If you value performance instead (i.e. precision aiming joysticks) I would recommended just modifying your DS4 or Steam Controller to work as an N64 controller by making them use X-Input and then manually configuring the controls in your emulator settings.
If you don't own a good X-Input controller, I recommend the DS4. But as for this Retrolink N64 controller, it does the job for me when I want to play N64 games; the cheap joystick is no problem for me. However I can see why one would be discontent about it.
Personally, I value the "N64 feel" over having a precision joystick, and for about 10 bucks it's pretty much exactly what I expected. If I wanted precision gameplay I wouldn't be playing archaic games on emulators.