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Photos of the N64 and SEGA Genesis Nintendo Switch Online controllers

Nintendo has released high quality photos of the new N64 and SEGA Genesis controllers planned for the Switch Online service. The N64 controller has some extra buttons.

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autobotdan56d ago

Pay up the money. Support Nintendo

bouzebbal56d ago

Honestly WHO is the pigeon that’s buying this? The most overpriced garbage ever.. you can get a refurbished n64 with 2 controllers and all these games for no money.. Nintendo should be stopped, NOW

-Hermit-56d ago

The same people that bought cardboard because it had the name Nintendo on it.

strayanalog55d ago

I don't know, but a Nintendo 64 with 2 controllers and all those games for no money sounds like a scam or an exhausting amount of free hugs.

Vits56d ago

I'm really curious about the N64's stick. If they are using the same tech as the original or if they changed it to something that isn't completely garbo.

These days people complain about the low quality of the Switch analog stick (with reason). But it is a premium piece in comparison to what Nintendo offered in the N64.

Unknown_Gamer579456d ago

I wonder if this thing will work with Mario Party Superstars. That could be a great way to find out if its components are just like the original controller.☠️

Snookies1255d ago (Edited 55d ago )

Ahhh, the good old days of picking up an N64 controller only to have the stick flopping from one side to the other like paper in the wind... It certainly didn't help when you had games that made you rotate the stick as fast as you could haha.

DazaMc55d ago

I still have all four original N64 pads, all working perfectly. Maybe you need to take better care of your stuff.

XxINFERNUSxX56d ago (Edited 56d ago )

Nah, I'm good. Thanks but no thanks Nintendo keep your controllers. Emulation + all ROMS free FTW 😁 Not paying for your service either, even though I have a Switch.

galgor55d ago

Voting with my wallet... It's a no to all of the above. Games that are 20+ years old, drip fed, with an overpriced peripheral and have to pay more for the privilege? No thanks.

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