Since in Project M, you can't use the Gamecube Controller on Wii U with the Gamecube Adapter, which is the best Gamecube controller alternative for Wii U?
1) Wired Fight Pad
2) Hori Battle Pad
3) Mayflash Gamecube Adapter
I've got the one in the middle, I think it's the Hori one? I don't remember. Mine's Luigi colored because it was five dollars cheaper for some reason. That detail doesn't matter but I did think it was funny so I included it.
Anyway, I like it. I don't use it for Smash though, I have the wired adapter. The quality of the controller feels super solid, not like it'll break or go bad any time soon. I like to use it for Mario Kart.
I guess you might like it for playing Project M on a Wii U? I don't know why you'd do that, though. The Wii U re-sets the Virtual Wii software every time you restart it, so you have to re-jailbreak it every time you want to play Project M. Just go buy a real Wii and mod that, you can get Wiis for less than 50 bucks and jailbreak them in ten minutes.
There is not a monitor that has less lag than a CRT that isn't also a CRT.
>b-but look at my 1ms monitor
"1ms" almost definitely is referring to response time, which, guess what, is not related to input lag.
I can't believe the gamecube adapter won't even work on this or VC games.
forgot to add
Playing this on a gaming monitor is pretty great
Although you MIGHT want to find a 1080p model for an HDTV, because that TV might take longer to upscale to 1080p than an adapter would.
All this does is component aka 480p, it doesn't magically upscale the Wii's output to 1080p, so don't get this if that's what you're expecting. If you just want to use HDMI cable its fine for that.
What made up shit is this
I am aware that it is only 480p.
So is the WiiU when running in Wii mode.
The point is that it is HDMI and not Component, which is good because
>hdmi is digital
>lots of newer stuff doesn't take composite or component (such as gaming monitors)
The HDMI adapter lets you use the Wii on a gaming monitor.
The real best option is to play it on Dolphin. Superior everything.