Review: Retro Fighters Brawler64 Controller

Josh from Controller Crusade writes: “The Nintendo 64 was a revolutionary console when it hit the market in 1996, but let’s face it, the controller was awkward to say the least. The oddly-shaped trident controller has always been one of the N64’s weak points, and finding a first party controller that has a joystick that hasn’t been grinded into plastic dust by intense Mario Party sessions is a rarity. There have been some good third party options in the past, mainly the Hori Pad Mini, but there hasn’t quite been a solution that gives the Nintendo 64 a modern gaming feel – that is until the release of Retro Fighter’s Brawler64.”

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