Better GameCube Controller Adapter Brand?

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  1. CaitlinL13579
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    What is the better Gamecube controller adapter, in terms of quality, for the Wii U/Switch/PC: HDE or Mayflash? I saw both on Amazon and I can’t choose which one to buy.
     
  2. Zonark

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    I have the mayflash I feel that its build quality is great and works perfect cant say ive had any issues
     
  3. Hanafuda

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    You can get a real Nintendo adapter right now for $20. I could see buying the 3rd party ones before it got re-released, but while it's still available it's a no-brainer isn't it?
     
  4. Mikemk

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    The off brands have Windows drivers.
     
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    It's not that hard to get the official one to work with Dolphin either.
     
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    Ok, that makes sense. I pretty much swore off emulators some years ago so I don't follow that angle anymore.
     
  9. Glyptofane

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    This is true. The Chinese fakes have a switch for PC/console, but it's not a big deal to get an official one running on PC. Prices came down even before the new Switch versions were announced, but listings became pretty uncommon. Personally, I'd rather have a real one, but it doesn't make a big difference either way.
     
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