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Connect Gamecube controller to PC

Is there a way to connect a gamecube controller to a PC without a VGA box.

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Yes, it is possible by purchasing an Gamecube to USB adaptor.
Here's an example:
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I have one just like this and it works fine with emulators and such.


Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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