An adapter for connecting a Gamecube or N64 controller as a classic controller to a Wii remote.
Starting from: $34.49 CAD (approx. $25.87 USD )
Product Description: This adapter cable makes it possible to use a Gamecube or N64 controller
on a Wii or Wii-U by connecting to the wiimote as a classic controller.
Ideal for Wii virtual console games on systems without gamecube ports.
Supports Gamecube controllers (only tested with Nintendo official wired controllers)
Supports N64 controllers (Official and most 3rd party, including the Hori Mini)
Works on Wii and Wii U (through a Wiimote - not included)
5 Gamecube button mappings available (see instruction sheet)
8 N64 button mappings available (see instruction sheet)
Low latency (less than 3ms)
Compatible with American, European and Japanese controllers and consoles.
Compatible with the NES Classic Edition.
DOL-003 controllers: Original Gamecube controller, Japanese controller with extra long cable and Super Smash Bros. edition controllers.
Wavebird not supported.
Vibration/Rumble not supported.
Simultaneous connection or use of a Gamecube and N64 controller.
Gamecube/N64 controller to Wiimote adapters (Pack of 2)
Note: Prices are in canadian dollars (CAD) and may change without prior notice. If necessary, currency conversion will be done automatically by PayPal.
Orders are normally prepared and shipped within 7 business days.
time varies according to the country of destination, but between 4 and 10 business days are typical.
days are Monday to Friday, with the exception of holidays (Canadian or in the destination country).
We ship from Canada
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. Be aware that for 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.
IMPORTANT: This is not a complete list. If your controller or game does not appear here, it simply
means that we did not get the chance (or the idea) to test it, or that no one let us know that it works.
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