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October 17, 2011 |
In: Gaming, Interesting, Tech
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I'm getting flashbacks of cramps in my hands looking at these controllers.
Can suck my fucking balls.
Fit my hand so damn well
Waaaay better than the one that was the size of a loaf of bread.
that is the one that's the size of a loaf of bread.
#11 Also good for punching the guy you just lost to…
#23 why change it, also u forgot jaguar …Lame
Don't let me near your sister!
#12 – Really? Little known and less liked? Nintendo was dominating at that time, but I loved the sega master system.
#12 Never had Sega always Nintendo,But can i see USB conection for the Master System?
I've had #6 #7 #9 #19 & #24
Too bad you can’t say that about a FLBP gallery
#1 i got one of those. Only mine got teeth marks in it. Yes i'm a sore loser!
u liked to suck it a little too hard didnt ya?
#3 I thought Boxing for Intellivision was one of the greatest games ever. Then again, I thought that Kelly LeBrock was the hottest woman ever. Damn you Father Time.
Your missing the new wii controller with duel Screens.
With all the popularity of smartphone and tablet gaming the last picture should be of a finger
The POWERPAD! That shit was so rad!
I still have one.
how about intellivision and it's disk control?
What about the wireless controllers for NES?
#15 Donkey Kong was the shit
What about the good old computer mouse?!
No mouse and keyboard?
#26 I love my 360. The D-pad really does suck though.
Gee chive, what site did you steal this article from?
#21 #20 Mmmm, the N64 controller came out before the PSX's dual analog, like always, Sony's controller evolved only after Nintendo released a new and innovative design (same thing with the N64 controller and the rumble pack that made Sony come out with the Dual Shock and now with the Move as a response to the Wiimote).
exactly. I do like the PS3 controller, but the N64 controller came along first. Ocarina of Time blew my mind back then.
#6 – Still the greatest
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