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Re: Turn Your Existing Retro Wireless With 8BitDo Kits

by fastbilly1 Mon Jul 23, 2018 4:33 pm

I have a couple NES controllers I kept around that have no wires, this is a perfect use for them!
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Re: Turn Your Existing Retro Wireless With 8BitDo Kits

by GSZX1337 Sat Aug 25, 2018 10:56 pm

fastbilly1 wrote:I have a couple NES controllers I kept around that have no wires, this is a perfect use for them!

That's why it pays to hold onto old components.

pierrot wrote:I don't think I'd be comfortable doing that unless it were already a non-functioning controller. I think it would be a great upgrade modification to a broken controller, but I fear that's not likely how they would be used, more often than not.

I see where you're coming from. I'm gonna try to find some defective controllers myself before gutting one of my current working controllers.

Ziggy587 wrote:Yeah, I suppose this isn't the worst example. But are all the people who buy one of these eventually gonna restore the controller? Because if not, then they're essentially destroyed.

I don't really see how the controllers are destroyed if the board is still lying around. I can understand if the PCB is trashed, though I don't necessarily agree.
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