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Super Nintendo fans in Australia have a neat accessory headed their way this holiday season, as EB Games is selling an SNES-themed Wii U Pro Controller. It’s pretty inexpensive, to boot.

Sighted over at EB Games’ Australian website, the controller goes for $48, which is about $30 less than a Nintendo-licensed accessory of the same type.

It’s available on November 30th, but the controller can also be pre-ordered, as if Wii U accessories will be that rare.

It’s not exactly clear how EB Games has programmed the device, and whether its controller setting are compatible with all Wii U games, or just the SNES selection from the Virtual Console. Hopefully, it’s the latter.

Source: EB Games

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SNES-Themed Wii U Controller Heading To EB Games In Australia

Super Nintendo fans in Australia have a neat accessory headed their way this holiday season, as EB Games is selling an SNES-themed Wii U Pro Controller. It's pretty inexpensive, to boot.

By EGM Staff | 10/16/2012 06:35 PM PT

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Super Nintendo fans in Australia have a neat accessory headed their way this holiday season, as EB Games is selling an SNES-themed Wii U Pro Controller. It’s pretty inexpensive, to boot.

Sighted over at EB Games’ Australian website, the controller goes for $48, which is about $30 less than a Nintendo-licensed accessory of the same type.

It’s available on November 30th, but the controller can also be pre-ordered, as if Wii U accessories will be that rare.

It’s not exactly clear how EB Games has programmed the device, and whether its controller setting are compatible with all Wii U games, or just the SNES selection from the Virtual Console. Hopefully, it’s the latter.

Source: EB Games

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