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Classic Joypad Converter

Classic Joypad Converter

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Compatible with Sega Mega Drive™ / Sega Genesis™ (MD)
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  • Play Mega Drive™/Genesis™ or Mark III™ games with your PS™/PS2™ controller
  • Allows you to play your Mega Drive™ games with i.e. your Dual Shock 2™ Pad
  • 6 button emulation for Mega Drive™/Genesis™ Pads
  • 2 button emulation for Mark III™ Pads
  • Automatic detection between MD/Genesis or Mark III mode
  • 2 levels of turbo fire on button A,B,C (MD mode) / button A,B (Mark III mode)
  • Slow motion function
  • Analog function supported: You can use Analog stick to replace Up, down, left and right buttons
  • No external power supply required


Ever dreamt about playing Mega Drive™ games with your Dual Shock™ controller? Using the Classic Joypad Converter you can now connect your preferred PlayStation™ or PlayStation2™ compatible controller to your Mega Drive™/Genesis™ (or even to your Mark III™The adapter supports Turbo Fire, Slow Motion and even let's you convert up/down/left/right into your Analog Stick. A great accessory for all classical gaming fans.

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PAX-Code PAX0000050388


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fcleciomm (6) on 24, Aug. 2012 11:37 (HKT)
Does not work with Genesis
I have tested two different converters in two different Sega Genesis. They kinda stay with a pulsing signal. Maybe I got something to a Japanese System.
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