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Re: Mock NES Dogbone Controllers any good?

by Ziggy587 Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:39 am

jbeedham wrote:It may sound silly but getting a top loader is a bit of nostalgia for me.


That doesn't sound silly at all. That's exactly what EVERY one on this forum is doing! :D
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Re: Mock NES Dogbone Controllers any good?

by Tanooki Tue Apr 05, 2016 11:41 am

Mine would be the old system, but as it stands I don't have one but I have a heavily modded top loader which behaves like one instead. If I ever came across an unabused new-ish looking old action set (lacks zapper and other foo foo) with 2 solid non bitten/dinged up controllers I'd jump at it if it wasn't an ebay/ebay plus gouge price. I see them now and again a few times a year but they're loose and beat to hell. I'd take a pristine one, boil the pins back to factory or better, snip that security chip, and sell the top loader with the controller it came with and keep my 2 spares as they're comfy.
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