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Submitted by SactoGamer 590d ago | news

Wireless controllers unveiled for retro gaming consoles

Retro video gamers will soon be able to enjoy their eight- and 16-bit fun without the wires as gaming peripheral company Innex announces a full line of wireless controllers that are designed specifically for old-school video game platforms. (Innex, Retro, Retro-Bit, Tech)

Nitrox  +   590d ago
I want one, but by the time they are released I think the impulse will have passed. Would be pretty sweet to have for some nes/snes emulation though...
Neko_Mega  +   590d ago
I had one for the NES, it wasn't light but it was cool looking. We got it right after getting the NES (keep in mind this was during the NES/Genesis Gen).
SactoGamer  +   590d ago
I remember those. They were infra-red and, yes, they were heavy for what they were. I'm sure these'll be lighter.

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