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There’s A New Metal Mario 30th Anniversary Controller for Wii U and Wii

metal_mario_30th_anniversary_metal_controllerPDP are releasing this special 30th anniversary edition GameCube style controller for the Wii U/Wii, styled after the Metal Mario character. An official Nintendo-licensed controller that is compatible with any game that supports Classic or Classic Pro Controller, and most Virtual Console games. It connects to the Wii U by plugging it straight into a Wii remote, easy-peasy. It’s listed on Amazon UK for an October 30th release at £20.70, but will no doubt be available in Europe and North America at some point as well. What do you think of the controller, is it going on your Wish List?


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22 thoughts on “There’s A New Metal Mario 30th Anniversary Controller for Wii U and Wii”

  1. I don’t really get it, is it a classic controller for the wii? or is it a classic controller pro for the wii u? both?

  2. Looks cheap as shit someone needs there eyes checked this controller looks sexy good thing I still own the original wii

  3. I have a red one, the control itself is good and I have played with it in many games, but wears off quickly, my A button is clicky and the left stick is peeling off :(
    I bought it this year, right before the wiimini stuff, I dont remember the month.

  4. I lost all interest when I read ” connects to the Wii U by plugging it straight into a Wii remote”.
    Why can’t any of these controllers ever just work wirelessly on their own? I despise having to use the stupid Wii remotes.

  5. Ridley 4 Smash DLC!

    Ugh! People making electronic products that like to use glossy finishes should be FIRED!! It looks pretty now but it’ll soon be ugly & dirty as fingerprints begin to stick to it like white on rice! Not to mention any dead skin that comes off your hands from long, active runs! Glossy finishes for electronics is NEVER a good idea. Glossy finishes are great for vehicles. Least with a vehicle, I can hose that shit down to get all the muck, fingerprints, etc off of it. I can’t do that with my Wii U or n3DS XL for obvious reasons.

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