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    Quote Originally Posted by moneypit View Post
    yea im dumb with computers.
    I can do it without Neo Geo no problem.
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    This thing is freakin SWEET.

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    Glad you're all liking it . Nice meeting you Ryan!
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    For those of you that might want extra controllers, I have a few recommendations.

    First off, we have the iBuffalo Classic USB SNES gamepad which retails for ~$16. It's plug and play, no configuration required and probably the best wired aftermarket SNES controller you'll find. Sure there are cheaper ones, but most of the time, the cheaper ones have crappy D-pads. https://www.amazon.com/Buffalo-iBuff...usb+controller



    Next, we have the 8bitdo SN30 Bluetooth SNES gamepad. This is the king if you're playing anything that requires 6 buttons or less. The D-pad is excellent, probably better than an original SNES gamepad, plus it's Bluetooth so you won't be tethered by any wires. These are a little on the spendy side, but well worth it. They retail for $35 each, but they are also sold in pairs for $68. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...AEDIC2KH&psc=1



    Last, we have the 8bitdo SN30 Pro. It's quite similar to the standard SN30 except that it includes a pair of analog sticks as well as L2 and R2 buttons. The D-pad is the same and like the SN30, also uses Bluetooth for connectivity. I have a couple of these and I feel they are some of the best controllers I've used. They retail for ~$50 each, but well worth it in my opinion. If you're playing anything that requires more than 6 buttons, this is the kid right here. https://www.amazon.com/8Bitdo-SN30-C...bitdo+sn30+pro

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