The Wiimote is cleverly designed so that when turned on its side it functions as a classic videogame controller. But if you've filled your Wii with classic 16-bit titles from the Virtual Console, you owe it to yourself to pick up this classic Super Famicom controller instead.
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If you're not in the know, the Super Famicom was the Japanese version of the Super Nintendo, and that's why this controller features the rainbow assortment of buttons. Now a similar Super Famicom controller for the Wii was available to members of Club Nintendo in Japan, but at $20 this knock-off version available from ThinkGeek is cheaper and far easier to find. Because playing Super Mario World with anything but this just isn't right.