Give PC gaming a classic flavour with these retro controller Prime Day Lightning Deals

Nintendo has some of the biggest mascots in videogames, from classics like Mario and The Legend of Zelda’s Link to new ones like the Octolings from Splatoon, but the real characters have always been the company’s signature controllers. As PC gamers, we often forget about controllers unless they’re a flight stick to complete our Star Wars: Squadrons loadouts or fighting sticks to dominate the best fighting games out there, but nostalgia can be a powerful thing.

Whether you switched from consoles and want a blast from the past or simply want the authenticity of retro gaming, you can now get miadore’s N64 controller and iNNEXT’s SNES gamepads cheaper than ever in the UK. Both are USB-based and will work with emulators on various Windows, Raspberry Pis, and even Mac OS X. You don’t even need to bother with downloading a driver, as they’re entirely plug-and-play.

Since these are Lightning Deals,

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Liquid Partners With Polycade to Release Retro Gaming Titles

Celebrity Jimmy O. Yang and his Polycade

Jimmy O. Yang is an actor, stand-up comic and writer best known for starring in the HBO comedy series Silicon Valley. On a tour of his home, Yang played some games on his Polycade and chatted with Polycade CEO Tyler Bushnell.
Jimmy O. Yang is an actor, stand-up comic and writer best known for starring in the HBO comedy series Silicon Valley. On a tour of his home, Yang played some games on his Polycade and chatted with Polycade CEO Tyler Bushnell.
Jimmy O. Yang is an actor, stand-up comic and writer best known for starring in the HBO comedy series Silicon Valley. On a tour of his home, Yang played some games on his Polycade and chatted with Polycade CEO Tyler Bushnell.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Liquid Media Group Ltd. (the “Company”, “Liquid Media” or “Liquid”) (Nasdaq: YVR) is pleased to announce a partnership with Tyler Bushnell’s Polycade, the connected arcade platform invented by the son of Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell, which enables retro-enthusiasts to play classic games in the 21st century.

“Partnering with Polycade creates

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