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Until now, the only ways to get a Wii-compatible SNES controller involved hardware hacking or being a Japanese member of Club Nintendo. ThinkGeek is making things a bit easier for the retro-minded, though, with its own SNES-style Wii accessory.
The Classic Super Famicom Controller (not to be confused with Club Nintendo's Super Famicom Classic Controller) features the same shape and brightly-colored buttons as a '90s SNES/Super Famicom controller at the low price of $20.
It's compatible with Virtual Console games or any Wii game that lets you use the Wii Classic Controller instead of the Wiimote.
Aside from one little mistake -- James McCloud is Fox's father, not Fox's real name -- it's quite the upgrade.
All ships check in!!
Redditor Echoobrain's custom Nintendo arcade cabinet, complete with Link and Triforce detailing, might be the most elaborate case ever created for a SNES.
Although it only has one joystick, a second controller is hidden in a drawer on the front of the case for two-player action.
The cabinet is compatible with any SNES game, and Echoobrain is considering installing a MAME system to add classic arcade games to the mix, too.