"DreamGear Wireless i.Glow" GC controller (on Wii)

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by FreddeX, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. FreddeX
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    Well, looking to buy a (wireless) GC controller for my Wii. Wavebirds are fairly expensive, so I found this thing "DreamGear Wireless i.Glow", a bit cheaper. I've looked all over the net for a review, but can't really find any - the only thing I could find was a single guy at Amazon rating it 5/5 (calling it Wonderful).

    So has anyone here tried it? Can you recommend it (for playing Gamecube games, not really VC)?
     
  2. dohclude

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    The Patch Walks!
  3. Xeijin

    Xeijin GBAtemp Fan

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    Why not try ebay, should be able to get a wavebird cheap there.
     
  4. FreddeX
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    I'm living over in Sweden (sorry, just added my nationality to my profile) and the wireless controllers I can find in this backwards country is the DreamGear (~$35), a MicronCon (however same price as Wavebird) and the Wavebird (~$60) ... and importing other stuff usually adds a significant amount. Trying to pick up a Wavebird on Swedish "Ebay" (Blocket) but no luck so far.
     
  5. dsbomb

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    I have a MadCatz/Gameshark wireless controller. It's worked just great since November, haven't even had to change the batteries yet.
     
  6. 1337Nemo

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    i got my wavebird for 25€ in germany about 1-2 years ago..
    (ebay)
     
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