The new controller is designed to replicate the shape and button placements of the Nintendo 64 controller. It is compatible with PC, mobile (via iOS and Android operating systems) in addition to Nintendo consoles. Both Bluetooth and USB connections are supported as the product comes with a 6-foot USB cable.
The 8bitdo Bluetooth N64 Controller has two modes, one of which is the traditional joystick. The other acts as a touch screen simulator for smart phone games. Customers buying this product will also be getting an exclusive Retro-Bit keychain.
So, if you would like to use the Nintendo 64 controller on PC, mobile and/or Nintendo console games, you might want to check out the newly available 8bitdo Bluetooth N64 Controller from Retro-Bit.
If you haven’t heard already, Nintendo recently provided a first look at Switch, a new hybrid home console where you can also play games on the go. The new system is currently slated to come out in March of 2017. It is unknown if the Retro-Bit 8bitdo Bluetooth N64 Controller will support the Switch.