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Old 17th January 2017, 03:22 PM
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Question N64 Controller with Gamecube style joystick

Hello guys,

Here is the information that I am seeking.

My current setup is the Mayflash N64 to USB controller adapter. I have Original Nintendo brand N64 controllers with the Gamecube style joystick replacements installed. What have you guys found to be the butter zone for DeadZone and Range with this combination? I have found that the Gamecube style joystick is way to sensitive. I have calibrated and played with the Range and DeadZone settings and have gotten it to where I can compensate, but I want to know if you guys have found that "sweet spot".

Also, do you think the Gamecube style joystick is the best replacement solution? I am willing to take recommendations for other solutions.
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Old 17th January 2017, 06:30 PM
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From what i've seen of the gamecube analog stick replacement into an N64 controller. Small movements are not easy. And the general advice is to stick with an N64 replacement instead if you want to have the same sensitivity. Small movements are almost impossible with the gamecube stick replacement.

They don't make them like they used to.
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Old 18th January 2017, 02:24 PM
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And the general advice is to stick with an N64 replacement instead if you want to have the same sensitivity. Small movements are almost impossible with the gamecube stick replacement.
They don't make them like they used to.
I have the same problem, but with an n64 replacement controller.

Small movements are impossible to get, even when playing with the dead zone...

It just doesnt work

I ordered the Mayflash Adapter and im gonna use it with an original controller, as that combination seems to work just fine, as people told me on this forum.

Im still waiting for it, gonna come back when i have results^^

EDIT:

I got the Mayflash Adapter and it works fine. The stick behaves like the original n64 controller in terms of sensitivity.

Small Movements and sneaking in Banjo-Tooie works now.

However it took me an hour to get it working, mainly because the controller wasnt calibrated. I did a google search and found a nice article which explained everything. Check it out here http://www.howtogeek.com/241421/how-...in-windows-10/

Just follow these steps and everything will work out fine. But im not shure about other brand controllers and gamecube like controllers. Maybe it works for you too

My problems have vanished and im off playing Banjo-Tooie ^^

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Old 6th February 2017, 04:18 PM
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sounds interesting didnt know you could get the game cube controller to work on the PC????
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