Retro-Bit's Wireless Nintendo 64 Pads Due For Summer Release

Wireless-Nintendo-64-PadsTangled wires? Nintendo 64 owners will no longer need to worry about this frustrating past time. Having showcased their latest creation at E3, Retro-Bit look ready to unleash their wireless N64 control pads on the world this summer.

Joystiq were lucky enough to trial this neo-retro creation, one which supposedly works like a charm. Looking at the photographs from E3, it's safe to say that these new control pads not only feature the exact same design of the official controller, but also they also sport an array of what appears to be turbo switches.

It is rumoured that these control pads and their accompanying receivers will be sold for around $30 each, retailing sometime this summer. Bye bye wires!

Link Retro-Bit's Wireless Control Pad Reveal

Source: Joystiq


Last Updated ( 19 June 2013 )  

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(Link to this comment) suedehatbats 2013-06-19 20:22
That looks awesome. :)
(Link to this comment) jamalais 2013-06-20 07:56
cool be cool if they did a wireless hori mini pad as well
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