Brawler64 Wireless Edition

The wireless version of the Retro Fighters Brawler64. The is the end-game controller for the Nintendo 64. The pinnacle. There simply is no better. Durable analog stick. Ergonomic and modern design, sits well in your hand(s). Patented wireless tech. Essential for the real collector.


Stop reading and look at that image for 10 seconds.

Ain't she a beaut'!?


  • Highest segment
  • Ergonomic and modern design
  • Top quality
  • Wireless, so no wire-hassle
  • Long battery life (10 hours)
  • Turbo functionality
  • Fantastically beautiful colours. From Gray to Extreme Green
  • Matching color dongle
  • Memory pack compatible


Memory pack

The memory pack is placed into dongle, instead of into the controller. The controller itself has no sleeve for this. This however means that the Wireless Edition of the Brawler64 is not compatible with any of the "other" packs (eg. Rumble pack). (but honoustly: will you miss it?)



A selection of the available colors is an ode to the Funtastic Color Series. Those fun-colored see-through Nintendo 64. However, the original, in a decent or even mint condition, is RIDICULOUSLY EXPENSIVE and often difficult to obtain. Look no further: Retro Fighters supplies us with these.


Analog stick

The analog stick is more reactive, but in comparison to the original controller, super precise.


Since the original Brawler64 , there have been a few upgrades. BYE BYE L-trigger issue. (although we believe this was kind of a non-issue)


Frankie Boy's advice: "The Mushroom Cup of Mario Kart 64 is ideal for getting acquainted with the Brawler 64. The hand placement is, in essence, not different from the original controller, and takes not much time getting used to. Left index finder on the Z-trigger, right index finger on the bumper, just like in the days of old. And this analog stick makes for super easy and precise sliding. White/Yellow/Orange and GOOOOOO-Go-Go Crazzzehh!!" Serious, Frank! "I've tried being serious! All I could get was construction work. You know what a thrill it is to get a hernia at $62.50 a week?" Frank, you're stealing!