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I've been playing a lot of games on my PC lately, and even booted up a GameCube emulator. I was wondering though, is there a way to use my GameCube controller on the PC? I think it'd be the best way to experience the older games!

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0Posted by Some Guy 2 years ago 🕓 Posted at 06 February, 2019 13:55 PM PST

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If you've already figured out an appropriate emulator for you, then half the battle is won. What you need now is an adapter. Run a quick search on Amazon and you'll be good to go. Some are the high budget that provides extended compatibility while some are a low budget that works good enough. Your budget decides what you'll buy. Connect the controller through the adapter, launch the emulator, and you can easily use it to play GameCube games on PC.

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0Posted by roxblade 2 years ago 🕓 Posted at 01 March, 2019 06:26 AM PST

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