By Andrew Liszewski
If you’re tiring of the analog controls and well thought out ergonomics of today’s PC USB controllers and instead find yourself reminiscing about the classic days of gaming then you’ll want to head over to RetroZone.
They’ve taken all of the NES controllers and have modded them to function on a PC or Mac VIA USB. No drivers are required and the controllers are compatible with WinXP, Win2K, OS9, OSX and Linux/Unix. While they might not be the best choice for playing Half-Life 2 they’re perfect for emulated versions of 1942 or Gauntlet.
The USB Nintendo NES controllers range in price from $30 for the classic NES controller to $70 for the PowerGlove. And if the classic NES isn’t your thing RetroZone also has USB-modded controllers from the SNES, Atari, Commodore, Genesis, Turbografx, Intellivision, Colecovision, Sega Saturn, 3DO and even the Vectrex!