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skywake

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I'm not saying it's good I'm just saying it wasn't a "decision"

On a more positive note all of their "traditional" controllers now have rumble. The Wii VC lacked rumble because the CC lacked rumble, the Pro Controller and GamePad don't. So even though analogue trigger support is lacking for GC games we do get rumble support for N64 and GC games. More positives than negatives I think.

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DudeSean

On April 13, 2010, Nintendo won the appeal, and the previous court decision was reversed.

It was a decision.

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Lzeon

And now their current systems don't support the Gamecube controllers :3

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@DudeSean My advice for seeing future nintendo controllers with analog triggers, give up! Just like I did with mario party 1's lawsuit preventing it's wii/wii u vc release.

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DudeSean

Oh, I'm sure Nintendo will re-introduce analog input into a future controller. But it may not be for 10-50 years.

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skywake

DudeSean wrote:

On April 13, 2010, Nintendo won the appeal, and the previous court decision was reversed.

It was a decision.

Well then maybe you're right... I just thought it might have had something to do with it

either way it's not like I'm going to lose much sleep over the removal of analogue triggers

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DudeSean

lol. Well, it may still have had something to do with it and I'm not going to lose any sleep over it, either. But I'm just saying, it would have been nice. I don't know why they put everything in the gamepad, including geomagnetic sensors, but no analog input. It just seems odd.

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DudeSean

You don't know what an analog trigger is? It's like the shoulder buttons on the gamecube controller. There's a difference between slightly pushing the button pushing the button all the way. Like for a racing game, you don't accelerate as quickly if you lightly press the button.

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