Wired Controller for GameCube - Old Skool

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Wired Controller for GameCube - Old Skool

The Old Skool Wii / GameCube Wired Controller features dual analog joysticks, fully analog pressure-sensitive action buttons and D-pad, and intense vibration capability that lets you feel the action. The Old Skool Wii / GameCube Controller is fully compatible with all versions of GameCube systems, as well as Nintendo Wii systems playing GameCube games. 

Lots of colors available, some of which include a different color for the back half of the controller.  

5 Reviews

  • 5
    Great 3rd party controller

    Posted by Jared A Nicholson on Oct 2nd 2022

    I bought this controller for my son as I knew he would be a little more aggressive with this than I would. Needless to say it has held up to his play style. As a lifelong gamer who has used many different controllers from OEM to the third party controllers, Old Skool definitely has quality in the work that they do.

  • 5
    Great budget option compared to OEM

    Posted by NJ on Feb 3rd 2022

    The controller works great, buttons do have an aftermarket feel compared to OEM, but for the price you cant go wrong.

  • 5

    Posted by Chad Kear on Dec 5th 2021

    Great controllers!! Just like the originals. Shipping was fast and very satisfied.

  • 5
    Excellent controller

    Posted by BigPep243 on Sep 28th 2021

    I recently purchased a Gamecube with no controllers and this was the controller I went with. This controller has the same stock feel with no wireless capabilities. If your TV is far away from your couch I suggest you pair this up with an extension cable. But, this controller feels good in the hands, the rumble works, and I have no issues with it. If you are looking for an alternative to OEM controllers with an OEM feel you have came to the right place.

  • 4
    Review from Z

    Posted by Z on Nov 8th 2015

    I ordered three of these, and all three worked fine which was surprising considering the quality control issues that are typical with knock offs.

    The pad on the control stick doesn't grip your skin very well which is slightly annoying, but ultimately not a huge issue.

    The spring in the L/R buttons are far stronger than the original gamecube controllers which is also slightly irritating, but again ultimately not a huge issue.

    The Z button is far more rigid than the original gamecube controller which, yet again, is ultimately not a huge issue.

    The octagonal pattern around the control stick and C-stick is actually positioned in the proper orientation, which I've had issues with with other 3rd party gamecube controllers.

    Overall it's a solid product, but not perfect. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a gamecube controller who doesn't want to drop fifty something dollars on a new authentic one.