For a few casual games, the generic USB reproductions are okay. Long story short, for serious gaming, OEM controllers are usually best. It seems thinner and far less heavy, but that doesn’t necessarily translate into bad quality. See the Hosting Information page for more information. Get precise action commands with the analog control stick, while enjoying the classic game feel with the legendary D-Pad. Completely unresponsive joystick I used the controller on a Raspberry pi 2 with the Retropie emulator.
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This item doesn’t belong on this page. Long story short, for serious gaming, OEM controllers are usually best.
By the time I picked up some extra controllers and the GC sticks, it was certainly more expensive that the Retrolink USB ones and that’s without an N64 to usb adapter factored inbut it was worth it due to having the original console. I’ve only really noticed it in Goldeneye though.
I would guess that that they probably use the modules as they are out there and cheap. RetroLink’s N64 replica controller seems a bit more flimsy than the traditional N64 controllers that I remember. Reply Quote -1 1 Reply Last reply. For a few casual games, the generic USB reproductions are okay. I would imagine you can tweak the sensitivity on Retropie so it wouldn’t be a huge issue. I have no issues with any of the racing games and would guess that a couple hours of playing and I would be adapted.
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N64 Retrolink controller verdict? – RetroPie Forum
Show More Show Less. Works fine I received today, was easy to setup and play, I recommend Verified purchase: The mixed reviews I find elsewhere for Retrolink N64 controllers seem to come from people who are less experienced with how the analogue stick should perform, especially in games like Goldeneye when rettolink aiming.
Completely unresponsive joystick I used the controller on a Raspberry pi 2 with the Retropie emulator.
Thank you lodan-zark and mrbwa1 for sharing your experience with the RetroLink N64 controller. It seems thinner and far less heavy, but that doesn’t necessarily translate into bad quality. The replacements aren’t bad, but do suffer from QC variances and tend to wear out quickly under heavy ccontroller.
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Note that they aren’t testing the newest GC style control sticks that I have. I suppose I should buy an adapter for the retropie, but my PS2 analog sticks on the retropie perform very similar to the GC replacement sticks good luck with precise aiming in Goldeneye though! Reteolink the Hosting Information page for more information. This is the one I have: Nintendo Wii Black Gamepads.
This topic has been deleted. And every button is mappable separately. Nintendo Switch Wired Gamepads. Get precise action commands with the analog control stick, while enjoying the classic game feel with the legendary D-Pad.
I received today, was easy to setup and play, I recommend. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. Loading More Posts 10 Posts.
Retrolink Nintendo N64 Wired Usb Controller For Pc & Mac Black Classic (812820048861) Gamepad
In the long term, the analog sticks aren’t that great on the reproduction controllers. Have you used the Retrolink N64 controller to play N64 games on Retropie and if so, what is your verdict, specifically the precision of the analogue stick?
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