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    this is a stupid question but i have been wonder if there are any adapters that would allow you to use a nes controller in a new pc.
    please don't laugh
    thanks

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    noo way...theres no way something that old has a conector for the pc.

    I heard xbox controlers did though..is that true?
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    Originally posted by bigdawgfoxx@26 December 2003 - 21:48
    noo way...theres no way something that old has a conector for the pc.

    I heard xbox controlers did though..is that true?
    Don't answer if you don't know.

    NES Controllers for PC

    Thanks to DWk for finding the original site!

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    I have never seen anything as amazing as that
    thank you very much, my life has new meaning

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    By the way, with the right tools you can do PS2 controllers, PS1 controllers and even more.

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    Originally posted by bigdawgfoxx@26 December 2003 - 14:48
    noo way...theres no way something that old has a conector for the pc.

    I heard xbox controlers did though..is that true?

    recommendation: dont mislead other people with things that are FALSE....

    it gets annoying.....not to mention the person that reads ur answer is expecting a REAL answer....

    hehe mad cat, thx

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    Originally posted by Mad Cat@26 December 2003 - 15:35
    By the way, with the right tools you can do PS2 controllers, PS1 controllers and even more.
    yea.... i remember a friend had his snes controller hooked up...

    its all in the parallel port...it rules

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    Bigdawg is right in the way you can't just buy an adapter than plugs into a USB port, like you can for PS2, PS1, Xbox etc controllers (the newer console controllers). You have to make your own Which sometimes is much more fun than just buying one.

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    Yeah he asked if there were any adapters. The answer is no, you cant just go to Best Buy and buy one. You can pretty much make a homemade anything. But there isnt a simple adapter you can buy.

    What about the PS2 controlers. Is there an adapter for it to go to the comp?
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    Yeah, theres loads.

    Research stuff before you buy it.

    PS2 controllers are about the best going.

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