This adapter cable makes it possible to use a real Nintendo 64
controller on a Wii or Gamecube. Ideal for Wii virtual console N64
Supports official and 3rd party N64 controllers. (This includes the Hori N64 controller)
Works on Gamecube4, Wii1 and some GC-to-USB adapters3.
Supports the Rumble Pack. (Note: Only for games supporting
the GC vibration function. VC games do not.)
The 6ft (1.82m) approx. cable also serves as an extension!
8 Different button mappings available. 2
Play Wii virtual console N64 games with the original controller.
Play N64 game sequels with the controller of their predecessor. Eg: Mario Kart Wii
Play Gamecube editions of N64 games. Eg: TLoZ: Ocarina of Time.
1 This adapter only works on Wii with Gamecube ports! If you have a Wii U or a Wii without gamecube ports, please consider our N64 to Wiimote adapter.
Many different mappings can be enabled by holding specific buttons when connecting the
adapter. Likely there is one suitable for your game(s)! 3
Not currently compatible with Nintendo's Gamecube Controller Adapter for Wii U. 4
Not currently compatible with the Game Boy player.
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*: Orders are normally prepared and shipped within 7 business days. The transit
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days are Monday to Friday, with the exception of holidays (Canadian or in the destination country).
Orders shipped outside Canada may, depending on the destination country, incur additional import duties,
taxes and charges. Those are not included and are the buyer's responsibility. ATTENTION: In some countries, the additional fees can be very significant (eg: Over half the product price). It is your responsability to research prior to placing an order.
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