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Wireless controllers

Discussion in 'Nintendo Forums' started by JUS, Dec 24, 2003.

  1. JUS

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    Just got a wavebird for my Gamecube and a Game produced wireless controller for my xbox. Just want to say both are excellent and I highly recommend them. :smashin:

    Wave bird doesn't have rumble, to increase battery life.

    Game wireless xbox one does have rumble. If it does suck up the juice I'll turn the rumble off in the game.

    Jus.
     
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    Glad your experience with the Game XBox cordless controller was better than mine (it died after 2 hours).

    I have just bought a joyetech cordless controller for my PS2 (bargain of £18 at Play). This is excellent value for money, so I've now ordered the equivalient Joytech one for my XBox.

    My Wavebirds are fantastic too!
     
  3. JUS

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    That's bad news. Mine is still going strong. I expected the batteries to run out as well but they haven't.
     

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