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neon

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#307138 22-Sep-2023 21:39
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I have 4 Xbox 360 controller i used for party games and game dev testing back in the day. I havent used them for like half a decade (so unsure if they still work just the same). I have absolutely no use for them, so im just trying to get rid of clutter.

 

I believe its 2x genuine xbox 360 controllers, and 2x aftermarket xbox 360 controllers (im assuming they are aftermarket, looks almost identical to the other two but doenst have the xbox X in the midlle). Also comes with 1x USB Wireless Dongle (used to connect 360 controllers to windows/pc wirelessly). Again, these worked 5 odd years ago, but i dont have a lot of time to test everything anymore.

Anyone have a good usecase? Free for a good home.

Im in Newmarket Auckland.


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daunjan
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  #3130773 22-Sep-2023 21:46
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I take have friend avid 360 player thanks

 

 

 

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neon

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  #3130774 22-Sep-2023 21:58
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Pending to daunjan 


fastmikey
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  #3130775 22-Sep-2023 22:08
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If he doesn't need the wireless adapter, that would be immensely helpful - I haven't been able to get my hands on one so have had a wireless 360 controller that's been waiting to get used on a retro gaming setup!!!




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  #3130776 22-Sep-2023 22:10
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upto @daunjan. ill send him a poke and ask. 


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