Ever attempted dual-analogue with the Nintendo 64 controllers? A modder has fused two together for one ultimate input beast.
The Nintendo 64 controller offered a nifty way of exploring 3D environments with ease, and despite these classics still being playable over a decade later, fans have come up with different ways of playing the likes of Goldeneye 007, Super Mario 64 and many more by using custom schemes on a computer.
But what about keeping it on the original system? Certain titles have dual-controller features - including Star Wars: Episode I Racer and the timeless FPS gem, Goldeneye 007. One modder decided to help out his Episode I Racer fanatic friend and create the first truly dual-analogue Nintendo 64 controller.
How? By braving the hammer and blending together two existing units into one mammoth, yet still beautiful, controller - complete with two sticks, dual Z-triggers and a convincing finish.
What do you think of the idea - blending two Nintendo 64 controllers into one single unit?