Nintendo 64 controller
It came with the Nintendo 64 and was launched in Japan and North America in 1996 and in Europe with the official release of the Nintendo 64 in 1997. The Nintendo 64 controller came in eight different colors (gray, black, red, green, yellow, blue, purple-transparent and clear-blue). Up to four game controllers can be connected to the Nintendo 64 by cable. It is the first game controller that can give force feedback (vibration) using a Rumble Pak .
- Cable length: about 1.8 m
- Control pad
- Start, A and B buttons
- L and R shoulder buttons and Z trigger button
- Analog stick
- four C-buttons arranged in a cross
The Nintendo 64 controller is known for the fact that the plastic of its analog sticks wears off quickly and that the analog sticks wear out more and more over time.
- Nintendo 64 controller on the official German language Nintendo website
- Controller Pak on the official German language Nintendo website
- Rumble Pak on the official German language Nintendo website
- Transfer Pak on the official German language Nintendo website
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