The latest 8bitdo SNES controller is a versatile piece of kit that can be used with multiple systems. Available in both SN30 Pro and SF30 Pro forms, this SNES controller review takes a look at 8bitdo’s Bluetooth controller that’s designed to look exactly like the classic SNES controller.
Ever wanted to use wireless controllers on your SNES? The 8bitdo Retro Receiver will help you do just that, allowing you to pair your PS3, PS4, Switch, Wii and Wii U controllers and use them to play your Super Nintendo!
Retro games (and especially the NES library) were ridiculously difficult back in the day and have stood the test of time as equally unforgiving, if not more so, now. It goes without saying that as we get older our reflexes aren’t what they once were and so beating…
And so, I finish my gigantic look at the Super Game Boy, and Super Game Boy 2 with a look at the Hori Super Game Boy Commander – A pad made my Hori that was created to accompany the Super Gameboy and Super Gameboy 2.
Another Japan exclusive, not only does this controller function as a normal Super Nintendo controller, but when used with the Super Game Boy is enables features and functionality that cannot be accessed in any other way.
See the entire series, right here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2jQWW57Iwe4kKTvwQ4KiTcQlrYoSZIna
Greetings – My name is Lee, and this is my first post on Skirmish Frogs, hopefully the first of many posts you’ll see from me! (Sidenote – Big thanks to Eric for letting me post here). Over at PugHoofGaming, my message is first and foremost: “Keep Gaming Positive”, and that is exactly what you can expect if you head on over to the YouTube channel and subscribe. Every week, I post a new video and most of what I do post is about my main passion – Retrogaming.
I have a great deal of love for gaming hardware, and I love any excuse to talk about my collection of gaming consoles and accessories – Hence this video, taking a look at one of my favourite ever third-party controllers – Hori’s Nintendo 64 Mini Pad. What it lacks in size it makes up for in quality, but enough about that; watch the video and find out for yourself why I think this is such a great pad.
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