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Submitted by Aclay 525d ago | opinion piece

Let’s Rank Nintendo’s Controllers, Best To Worst

Luke Plunkett- "Below, I've ranked each Nintendo controller according to how I think they stack up. Not Kotaku as a whole, just me, based on my experiences. You, you're more than welcome to list your own right below.

Some notes before we go on: We're only talking about primary controllers for the company's major home consoles. That means we start at the NES/Famicom, and end at the Wii U. So the control schemes for handhelds don't count, nor do light guns, or "secondary" pads like the Pro controllers, or weird in-betweens, like the Donkey Kong 3 Micro Vs. System." (Culture)

DivineAssault  +   525d ago
gamecube was the only successfully functional wireless controller cuz it had no rumble.. i dont agree with this order AT ALL..

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