The great news is coming for the Gamers out there; the Stealth GameCube Mod allows players to connect it to any Bluetooth controller to enhance their gaming experience. More often, the GameCube might not be as popular among gamers as the PlayStation 2 or the original Xbox, but it was still a fantastic gaming system.
Significantly, one thing the Stealth GameCube Mod did better than other systems at the time was wireless controllers, with the Wavebird considered by many as the inaugural of modern wireless gamepads.
Suppose you didn’t get hold of a Wavebird in the end or just want to use another wireless controller while playing your GameCube. In that case, you might be engrossed in the BlueRetro GameCube kit, which is the latest “stealth mode” co-built by LasterBear Industries and creator DarthCoud64 that allows you to pair select Bluetooth controllers with your system.
In addition, in the latest episode of Retro Renew, YouTube channel Macho Nacho Productions has examined this new easy-to-install kit that allows GameCube followers to transform the front controller ports into a wireless receiver.
Hence, there’s no capacitor required, and it’s a “no cut” mod with a super approachable wireless signal. There’s even an online terminal to re-equip firmware and pair controllers. Furthermore, the ports can also be used with wired controllers and are compatible with the following Bluetooth controllers:
- Playstation 3/4/5
- Xbox One/SeriesX/S
- Switch Controllers
- 8BitDo (xinput mode)
- Wii Controllers
- Generic HID Bluetooth controllers
- Bluetooth Keyboards (emulate the ASCII Keyboard Controller)