For those of you who hate the idea of putting a console on your wall, I know what you’re thinking… “I know I could just stick my head on the TV, but I have no idea what I’m doing.” That’s ok, you don’t have to know what you’re doing.
So this may be a little old, but I was just told over the weekend that I can buy any console from the console store for about $100. A few people have been asking if that is still the case, so I figured I would share how I ended up with one.
In the first place, I was on a computer for way too long and I was bored. I ended up with a PS3, which was actually surprisingly cheap. It was a little too early in the Playstation’s lifespan and the fact that the PS3 is basically a console and not a game machine really didn’t work out for me.
I tried to get one of those in the store, but it had a steep learning curve. As I was going through the check out process, the person at the counter told me that I should have a specific order in mind, so I picked up a GameCube controller and a Game Gear for cheap.
If you think you know what console you are looking for, make sure the game cartridge you want is compatible with the console you want to mount. If you are looking for a PS2, you could get a GameCube controller but it would have to be a GameCube one. If you are looking for a GameCube controller, you may want to check for controllers that are compatible with the Xbox 360 controller.
It’s always nice to have a game controller designed for a specific console, but the best ones are also compatible with other game systems. For example, if you are looking for a GameCube controller, you may want to look for a GameCube controller with the same base that you are looking for a GameCube one. If you are looking for a GameGear, you could get a GameCube controller but it would have to be a GameGear.
In our case, console wall mounts are compatible with the GameCube controller and Game Gear controllers. The only issue with this set-up is that the GameCube ones can only be used with the Xbox 360 controller, so if you are looking for a GameCube controller you might want to look elsewhere for a GameCube controller.
There are a few games that just happen to be compatible with this controller, such as The Incredible Machine and Sonic the Hedgehog.
While the GameCube controller was the first “true” GameCube controller released, the Game Gear controller was the second. To be fair, the Game Gear was only released in Japan with the Game Gear 2, so it was more of a Japanese controller for the Game Gear 2. As for the GameCube controller, it was the first “true” GameCube controller, meaning it was basically the same as the GameCube controller, just cheaper.
The Game Gear controller had a simple mechanical design, and was basically just a GameCube controller with a second button, a TV remote, a coin slot, and a button to trigger the game. The Game Gear 2 had a more complicated design as it included the dual analog sticks, a TV remote, and a coin slot, along with the GameCube controller’s controller.