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Retailer Lists SNES Wii U Hybrid Pro Controller

Posted on Tuesday, October 16 @ 09:27:30 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Some might say that the Super Nintendo is the greatest video game console of all-time, and you know what? They'd be 100% correct. The SNES is home to some of the greatest games ever, which were not only a blast to play back in the day, but still hold up incredibly well today. Oh yeah, and that controller? Elegant simplicity.

That's why I just about lost it when I saw this amazing SNES-inspired Wii U Pro Controller on EB Games' Australian website. I'm telling you, if that D-pad feels anything like the original Super Nintendo controller, I'd happily drop $50 to pick this thing up. And I'm not even planning on getting a Wii U!

Let us know what you think of this third-party controller in the comments below. Is it a brilliant concept or better left off store shelves?

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