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The Nintendo 64 was probably the first system to introduce the Analog Joystick. The joystick unfortunately does wear out after a while. I have seen repair sticks available on the internet, but that would require opening your N64 controller to replace this part. OR you can simply buy a new controller. The following website sells them for around $17 free shipping:
Plug an N64 controller into the "Player 1" port on the Nintendo 64.
Place the N64 Controller Pack into the memory card slot on the Nintendo 64 controller.
Insert a Nintendo 64 game into the cartridge slot on the N64.
Hold down "Start" on the N64 controller.
Turn the Nintendo 64 on via the "Power" switch on the device. After the console loads, the Controller Pack menu will appear on the screen.
Release the "Start" button on the N64 controller.
Browse through the saves listed, using the N64 controller's directional pad.
Highlight the game you want to erase.
Select the "Delete" option. The pages that were occupied by the game save will be erased from the Controller Pack.
Repeat Steps 7 though 9 until you're finished erasing pages on the Controller Pak. Restart the N64 if you wish to play the game that was inserted into the device, or turn the Nintendo 64 off if you are done using the console.
Well the joy stick piece sometimes will go loose after a while because of useage and old age so I bought 4 new N64 controllers instead of ordering a joy stick piece because it was easier to buy new controllers then.
You can do both. With internet you can download Nintendo 64 games on the wii shop channel. For game cube games enter the controller in slot one, enter the game and it's like you don't have a wii!
Note: due to the fact the the wii remote does not have enough buttons ALL N-64 games need a gamecube controller or a classical controller. Game Cube games are not compatible with classical controllers.