HomeNewsPDP and Nintendo Announce Partnership to Bring a Compatible GameCube Controller to the Wii U Anthony Alarcon May 21, 2014 News One thing that long time fans of the Super Smash Bros. series have been clamoring for is an official GameCube controller that works with the Wii U! By looks of it, the new GameCube controller will function like a classic controller and plug into a Wii remote, which means it could possibly be compatible with both vWii and and Wii U. PDP, the leading third-party manufacturer of video game accessories. has announced that they have partnered with Nintendo to release a number of GameCube inspired controllers to coincide with the launch of Super Smash Bros on Wii U. The new line of controllers are wired and plug directly into the Wii Remote External Extension Connector. The Wired Fight Pad for Wii U will also feature iconic Nintendo characters and will retail for $24.99. An official design has not been shown yet, but any thoughts/comments on the new controller? Source: Mynintendonews.com Share this post: No related posts. contollergamecubeSuper Smash Bros. 4Wii UAlways Nintendo Talks with comcept, the Team Behind Mighty No. 9Nintendo Download Highlights – (May 22nd, 2014)About The AuthorAnthony AlarconGame Reviewer My name is Anthony A, I am 20 years old and I am currently a 2nd year college student studying English. In my spare time, I am usually occupying my time with video games (Super Smash Bros is my favorite) or the internet. I've been a fan of Nintendo ever since the Gameboy and N64 came out. Not much else to add about me, send me an email (or tweet) if you ever have any questions about anything!