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Datel Adapter Connects PS2 Controller to Wii/Wii U: Wii We Want You to PlayStation

by Lambert Varias

I’ve been keeping an eye on the price of the Wii because I want to play Xenoblade Chronicles and The Last Story. Datel’s soon-to-be-released adapter could prove handy for a longtime PlayStation gamer like me, because it allows one to use a PS2 DualShock controller with the Wii and the new Wii U.

datel controller converter playstation ps 2 wii wii u

I’m not sure why, but instead of connecting to the console itself, the adapter connects the PS2 controller via the expansion port of the Wii remote control. It also has a button that lets you activate an auto-fire mode, although I don’t know how you’ll select which button to auto-fire or if it will put all buttons on auto-fire when activated. You can pre-order the controller adapter from Amazon Japan for ¥1,781 (~$22 USD).

[via Gamer.ne via Destructoid]

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