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CirKa Wired Controller for GameCube/ Wii (Black)

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CirKa Wired Controller for GameCube/ Wii (Black)

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Product description

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

CirKa Wired Controller for GameCube/ Wii (Black)

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