Released June 23, 1996 nintendo 64 Marked the history of the Japanese company. It was the first console developed for video games to make the jump from 2D to 3D, competing with SEGA’s Saturn and Sony’s PlayStation.
The N64, in addition to bringing the game to cartridge, had a control uniqueness that many liked and others criticized. From the outset, the 64 controller was a strange arrival in the world of video games with Nintendo’s fourth game console.
It’s an M-shaped controller, with 10 buttons and a number of changes to adapt to the third dimension. Here the company forgot to select from Y to X and added C and Z buttons in the back. It featured an analog stick for varying degrees of speed, a trigger button with travel, and pioneered the rumble function for the Rumble Pak.
At the time, the Nintendo 64 controller was wired, making it a hassle to play with wireless controllers that work with Bluetooth technology today. fortunately, to Has anyone thought of developing a tool to solve this problem?,
According to a report published on Nintendo’s website, Introduced a Bluetooth adapter that allows you to connect the Nintendo 64 to wireless controlssuch as those released by the company for Nintendo Switch Online.
As we can see in the images, the adapter was manufactured by RetroTime and, as per reports, It costs $30 in various online stores,
Its function is very simple: It will start working when it is connected to one of the ports for the Nintendo 64’s controls.,