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I recently bought an 8bitdo Retro Receiver (NES version) which allows 4 types of cordless controllers to work on the NES console: The Dual Shock 3, the Dual Shock 4, the Wii Remote, and the Wii U ProController. I decided to connect the Retro Receiver to a few other adapters that were made in the 80s to my 2600 and was surprised by the results. Check out my presentation here: If you'd rather read about the discovery, I wrote an article that was published yesterday here: http://www.nerdko.com/2016/11/23/atari-commodore-64-sega-80s-systemscomputers-now-can-use-bluetooth-controllers-my-new-8bitdo-retro-receiver-discovery/ My favorite controller for playing my 2600 games is still my Slik stick, but nevertheless It's kinda amazing to get to be playing the classic games on original hardware with the same controller you can play Titanfall 2 with