Those GameCube adapters seem to be selling out ridiculously quickly so it’s only natural that GameStop would only sell them as a bundle. Thankfully the bundle that’s currently available isn’t too bad. You can get the Wii U GameCube adapter with two GameCube controllers for $79.97. It’s just a shame that you can’t purchase the adapter as a standalone product. Anyway, here’s the link.
It looks as though GameStop have received some more GameCube adapters but as you can guess they aren’t selling them separately. If you want one you’ll need to fork out $79.97 which nets you two GameCube controllers and a GameCube adapter. They’re currently in stock so if you fancy this deal then get it now.
Want the GameCube adapter for Wii U, but not willing to pay the extortionate bundle prices at GameStop? Well, Play Asia is selling their own brand of GameCube Controller Adapters. For $33.99 you can get a Play Asia GameCube Adapter along with a Black GameCube Controller. Not a bad deal if you can’t wait for the official ones to be sold separately by retailers.
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Still want the immensely hard to find GameCube adapter? Well GameStop will be offering a bundle on January 2nd. The bundle includes a copy of the magnificent Super Smash Bros Wii U, a GameCube adapter and a GameCube controller for $109.07. It doesn’t seem as though the retailer will be selling the GameCube adapter on its own, so if you don’t yet have Super Smash Bros Wii U then this could be the perfect bundle for you.
Capcom’s Resident Evil HD remake for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One is now available in Japan so Tilmen from Nintendomination has decided to make a comparison video to the original GameCube game which launched back in 2002. I will leave it up to you to determine which version looks better.
We all know that Capcom is preparing to release the HD version of the original Resident Evil in the west next month and now it would appear as though they’re also working on a remake of the GameCube hit Resident Evil: Zero. The information was discovered when Capcom updated their Japanese site for the Resident Evil HD remake. The company had showcased a screenshot of the PlayStation 4 dashboard with a game tile for Resident Evil: Zero. Sadly it seems as though Resident Evil HD will be skipping the Wii U and the same might be the case for a remake of Resident Evil: Zero. Still, it’s interesting that Capcom is looking to remake it.
We all know how hard they are to get hold of, but Nintendo of America has reiterated that both the GameCube Adapter and the Super Smash Bros GameCube controller are still in production. The spokesperson says that consumers need to contact stores to see if they have any in stock, but Nintendo is still distributing them. Hopefully there will be an abundance of them after Christmas.