Cube Joybox Pro
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featured reviewcrunchewy (2) on 12, Feb. 2008 22:11 (HKT)
Works very will with Red Octane Ignition 3.0 dance pads
I have two of these inexpensive adapters and have used them a fair bit with my Red Octane Ignition 3.0 dance pads for DDR Mario Mix (US) and have been very happy with the results. I've read of people having problems with some adapters causing missed steps and such with dance pads, but these seem to work flawlessly, at least ...[read more...]
- Use your PlayStation or PlayStation2 controller on the Gamecube
- Play Game Cube games with a Dual Shock Joypad!
- Supports vibration function
- All buttons are fully converted
- PlayStation2 R1/R2 analog buttons supported (recognizes low or heavy push)
- New version now supporting dancing mats
descriptionUse your favorite PlayStation or PlayStation2 Joypad on the Gamecube console. Take advantage of the high reliability of the Dual Shock Joypads. Converts all buttons (including analog L1/R1) as well as a vibration function.
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Works perfectly with my Ps2 Dance Mat
...on a Wii too, which will spell "early retirement" for your Classic Controller PRO. On the good side... GO, GO! Tatsunoko vs. Capcom!! XD
Gets along very well with the GameBoy Player and especially fighters. Recommended! X)
only drawback is that you have to push the R+L Buttons (mapped to R2+L2) pretty hard to simulate the "100%-pressed" of the GC controller. This is only notable if you tend to press these buttons very softly - it seems to be just a case of habit.
I've tested this adapter on my GC using my regular PS2 controller, Capcom Street Fighter 15th Anniversary controller, and ASCIIWARE PSX pro controller on CvS 2 and with the Game Boy Player. All buttons and d-pads work perfectly without any delay, not too sensative and not too dull.
Highly recommended for those who have a Gamecube but prefer PS2 controllers for the d-pad
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