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Thrustmaster T -Wireless Gamepad for Nintendo Wii (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
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3.7 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • 2.4 GHz wireless gamepad for Wii
  • Vibration Feedback
  • Comfortable and non-slip
  • Fully programmable
  • Slow & Turbo buttons
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Accessory
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

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  • ASIN: B000RK1PSY
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 18 x 6.2 cm ; 254 g
  • Release Date: 16 April 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,098 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

THRUSTMASTER 4660285 Guillemot T-WIRELESS GAMEPAD FOR NINTENDO WII

Manufacturer's Description

2.4 GHz wireless gamepad for Wii -

  • Connects to the Wii's Gamecube port
  • 2.4 GHz wireless technology: lag-free transmissions with a range of more than 10m
  • Radio receiver features a design suited to the console, with a blue backlit connection button
  • Runs on 3 AAA batteries (not included), which provide an autonomy similar to the Wii Remote's autonomy
  • Low battery consumption, automatic shutdown feature and On/Off power switch for extended autonomy

    Vibration feedback -

  • A motor provides force feedback for Gamecube games running on Wii and for some Wii games (list provided above)
  • On/Off switch enables users to activate/deactivate the vibration feature according to his/her preference, and offers extended autonomy

    Comfortable and non-slip

  • Offers optimum grip thanks to the sportswear rubber on handgrips and mini-sticks

    Fully programmable


  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

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    I waited for ages for this as the release date kept being moved but now I have it I am really impressed. Its small, light and feels comfortable. Its easy to use just plug in the top of the wii and turn pad on to play. The conectivity to the wii is great and batteries last a while. I have been using it to play zelda windwaker and its been great only problem I have it that the stick is a little to sensitive so when your trying to move onto something you have to keep nudging it slightly and it keeps missing but thats not so bad. I would reccommend it to anyone.
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    I have recently just purchased 2 of these control pad as I was looking for a decent wireless gamepad to use for my Wii, Gamecube & VC games on my Wii.

    I have previously used a Gamecube & Classic controller, but have found both caused some problems. The problem with the Gamecube controller is that while it functions perfectly ok & feels comfortable to hold, the wires tend to be a bit short & get in the way. As for the Classic Controller, the analogue sticks on the pad feel strange due to their placing & the Wii Remote has a tendancy to dangle & swing around the place whilst the controller is plugged in the dongle which makes you nervous of your remote smashing into something & breaking.

    I have been looking for a decent wireless pad, but frankly most 3rd party controllers feel cheap & as for Nintendo's own Wavebird which was released for the Gamecube, well you'll be if you can pick one up & even then it will cost over £20.

    So I decided to check on Amazon to see if I could find any decent pads online & was quite please when I found the Thrustmaster T-Wireless as I have read some good magazine reviews.

    My pad arrived just the other day & I am happy to say I am very impressed with it.

    The pad is well designed & quite compacted, which means it fits very comfortably & tight in your hands. I quite like the little blue rubber grips with the ribbed effect moulding as these make for a really firm grip when playing frantic games such as racing or beat em up (so this should come in handy when I get my copy of Super Smash Brothers Brawl!!!)

    The action button are layed out just like the Classic Controller & SNES pad layout which means that all the button are easy in reach.
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    I have been looking round for a wireless controller for use with gamecube games on my Wii
    as my wired controllers don't reach from the console to the couch (comfort is everything).
    A wavebird would have done the trick but these days these run to about £25-30 for new
    imported one and so I thought I would look around for a third party controller. As far as I
    can tell, the T-wireless is the first and only third party wireless cube controller available,
    and at £13 it was worth a try.

    The controller itself is about the same size as a normal gamecube controller and it weighs
    about the same with batteries. Unlike the wavebird it has rumble and has a switch on the
    controller so you can turn rumble off to save on batteries. The controller uses three AAA
    batteries and although I haven't done any definitive tests the battery life is unlikely to be
    that great and I would personally have preferred a bit more weight and longer lasting AA
    batteries.

    My first impression was that the build quality wasn't as high as first party controllers, with
    the battery contacts being a little out of alignment (but easily pushed into place) and the
    cap on the receiver thing that plugs into the wii being loose.

    The button layout is more or less the same as the SNES/classic controller but as it is a
    gamecube controller there is no "select" button which is annoying if you are playing VC
    games with it. The buttons felt solid enough, as did the decent sized d-pad (no problems on
    pac-man).

    The analogue sticks are a bit stiffer and springier than the classic controller and they don't
    have those little groves to force you into into the eight directions.
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    I purchased this controller so that I could get rid of those horrid cables running from my Wii to my couch. Despite the two negative reviews on Amazon I was really keen to get my Wii back under the TV. When it arrived I was delighted! As long as you have 3 AAA batteries to hand you simply plug in the wireless receiver into the Wii and off you go. I've had no problems at all with reception and the ergonomics are really good too. If you play Gamecube games on your Wii, this is the controller for you!
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    When it came to virtual console, I didn't like the awkward classic controller shape and requirement for plugging in, so this was a great alternative. I use 3 rechargeable batteries for this, which I haven't had to recharge once yet. The company boasts 100 hours battery life, which certainly sounds great to me.

    The main 4-button layout is identical to the SNES, unlike the gamecube pad, while at the same time you have a wireless pad that is indeed quite sturdy and comfortable. Some people may find the pad a tad small, but for me this was not even noticeable. A small dongle plugs into the controller port on the Wii, and the product comes with 2 Velcro stickers to keep this neatly attached to the side of your Wii, should you choose to use them.

    Overall - for the price, this is an absolute bargain. A compact, quite comfortable wireless controller with a perfect button layout for virtual console games. Go for it.
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