It seems that there's a bunch of like-minded folks out there, because a Kickstarter campaign was just fully-funded in under 48 hours, for a new third-party N64 pad with a distinctly modern take on the classic (for all the wrong reasons) controller.
The Nintendo 64 may have come out more than 20 years ago, but the system's fanbase is still waiting for the ideal controller.
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Now the Next Gen N64 controller only works on the actual N64 console, but depending on the success of the Kickstarter Retro Fighters may release a USB version of the controller.
I remember buying a Nintendo 64 on launch day and instantly fell in love with the three prong controller layout.
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The original Nintendo 64 controller. But that theory hasn't proved as useful as the original design intended, and Retro Fighters wanted to fix that. Lastly, the company claims the D-Pad does not suffer from any sensitivity or response issues.
Retro Fighters launched the Kickstarter on August 9th. The Seattle-based company has mentioned it might also make transparent variants. The good news is, as well as getting a new N64 controller, Retro Fighters is promising a second, USB version of the pad. Afterward, the controller will cost $24.99. The controller has been remade with "next generation features and designs", hence the name, "Next Gen N64 Controller". If you'd like to connect it to a PC, Retro Fighters says the controller will work with several different adapters.
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Retro Fighters expects the controllers to ship to backers in November and are offering multiple color options after hitting $30,000 in funding.