Submit a new text post. You may also like. Just like the original Nintendo 64 controller but with USB connection and it works properly with my Mac and Nintendo 64 emulator. Note that they aren’t testing the newest GC style control sticks that I have. Of all the game systems to emulate on a PC the N64 is the trickiest to get right and this affordable solution is one of the easiest ways to get it right.

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Just like the original Nintendo 64 controller but with USB connection and it works properly with my Mac and Nintendo 64 emulator. I suppose I should buy an adapter for the retropie, but my PS2 analog sticks on the retropie perform very similar to the GC replacement sticks good luck with precise aiming in Goldeneye though! This topic has been deleted. I’ve retrolink n64 this for a couple weeks now, and O haven’t had any problems with it. Modeled after the original design, the controller features 10 function buttons including Left retrolink n64 Right shoulder functions and Z-trigger.

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Retrolink USB Nintendo 64 Classic Controller for PC and Mac (Black)

RetroPie submitted 1 year ago by bryaNNN Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Please download a browser that supports Retrolink n64, or enable it if it’s disabled i. Reply Reply as topic. Same thing with the A and B, not that i think of it. We know everyone has them, but let’s keep these retrolink n64 of this rterolink. They can be wired, wireless, and support multiple systems. This was Nintendo in their retrolink n64 prime with their first ever 3D console.


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I have no issues with any of the racing games and would guess that a couple hours of playing and I would be adapted. I don’t know how to retrolink n64 in and change retrolink n64 from the command screen so I just used a different controller.

But hey it works. Long story short, for serious gaming, OEM controllers are usually best.

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Only users with topic management privileges can see retrolink n64. Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply. Besides that, I much prefer the GC retrolink n64 stick as it’s not going to break down over time and it’s easy to swap out.

This is the one I have: Contributions to the retrolink n64 are always appreciated, so if you would like to support us with a donation you can do so here. Completely unresponsive joystick I used the controller on a Retrolink n64 pi 2 with the Retropie emulator. It will work with PC or Mac, and has six feet of cable and a proper 3D analog stick.


Controller I’m referring to: See the Hosting Information page for more information. Thanks for all retrolink n64 insights. By the time I picked up some extra controllers and the GC sticks, it was certainly more expensive retrolink n64 the Retrolink USB ones and that’s without an N64 to usb adapter factored inbut it was worth it due to having the original console.

I used this too. RetroPie subscribe unsubscribe 50, readers users here now Current Version – 4. They are just more sensitive to directional movement. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or retrolink n64 packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as retrolink n64 unprinted box or plastic bag.

The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged retrolink n64 in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. For a ridiculously low price you get a faithful USB replica of the N64 control. Retrolink n64 anyone have a config or a link to a config for this controller? Nintendo Retdolink Pro Black Controller The Third Party Product.