Uploaded on Jun 23, 2007
Welcome to the very first, original USB NES Controller. Originally made around 2002.
I have done plenty of projects in my time and I have always been, and always will be, one to try and share with everyone. If you wish to build your own NES USB Controller then go to http://www.makeitbreakitfixit.com and search for "Nintendo NES USB controller" blog post. If you have any questions please post them up in the blog as I do not check youtube very often. Thanks and enjoy! :)
Please note. I cannot make one for you. Sorry, life is too busy! :)
If you would like to know how to make your own USB NES Controller please visit the forums for everything you need!!
LINK TO NES USB FORUM: http://usbnes.s2.bizhat.com/
I really like the idea of DIY and so far this blog has brought about plenty of ideas that enhance the USB NES Controller or make it easier/cheaper to build. So please, lets all share these ideas on the forum!!!
For those of you who have emails me and I havent replied. I apologise. Please post your questions in the new forum and hopefully either myself or someone else will answer your question(s).
UPDATE 30/9/2008: Sorry for the delay. Ive been working on a new way to make the controllers that will allow me to make them much much quicker and for a whole lot cheaper. Check out the comments in my blog for ideas on how to do this, once I make my first one ill post up a howto on it. Im still getting a whole bunch of emails asking for me to sell these babies, so that will still happen. Just been real busy with work. Ill keep you all posted.
UPDATE!!! (23/7/2008): Ok guys... ive been getting bombarded with requests to make and sell these little suckers. Ill be looking into making a small batch of these soon and selling them on eBay. Ill keep you all informed.
UPDATE!!!: Tutorial uploaded on my blog.
Please leave comments. Thanks.
My second Nintendo USB controller. The 1st was a SNES one but didnt have memory built into it. This controller was built using a USB hub, keyboard controller and a 512MB memory stick. Modifications were made to the original board (ie. new tracks made, cut down for size). The controller looks completely standard except for the USB plug at the end.
Im using Rocksx NES emulator with all NES games on it.
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