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3D System

Games Supported: Link
Obtained: August 5, 2010
Can be found for: ~$15 Import only
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 111
3D shutter glasses for the NES, also works for the Sega Master System

Arkanoid DS Paddle

Games Supported: Arkanoid DS, Space Invaders Extreme 1 & 2, Space Bust-A-Move, Mario Kart DS (with hacking)
Obtained: ~January 31, 2008
Can be found for: ~$60 (with game) Import only
Made by: Taito
analog jog wheel, a cool box

Hi res box IGN My Review

Action Replay Codes for Mario Kart DS:

Enable both codes. Once the game is started, press the Start and Select buttons simultaneously. After that, pressing left or right on the direction pad will calibrate the Paddle Controller's centre point to its present position. Use the Paddle Controller to move left or right (but not up and down) when it comes to menu options and during the race. Be warned though that the Paddle Controller can be quite sensitive, which would lead to some over-steering action :).

Balance Board

Games Supported: Link (Wii/Wii U)
Obtained: Unknown (by proxy)
Can be found for: ~$100
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 221
A bathroom-scale controller

Barcode Battler BB-II Interface

Games Supported: Link
Obtained: October 29, 2012
Can be found for: Unknown, Import only
Made by: Epoch
Peripheral #: 178
Allows games to interface with the Epoch Barcode Battler

Barcode Boy

Games Supported: Bardigun (GBC)
Obtained: April 11, 2011
Can be found for: ~$18 Import only
Made by: TAM
Peripheral #: 136
It generates random monsters from scanned barcodes, a cool box

Bio-sensor

Games Supported: Tetris 64 (JPN version only?)
Obtained: June 5, 2009
Can be found for: ~$20 Import only
Made by: SETA (Not to be confused with SEGA)  
Peripheral #: 073
Heart rate monitor, a cool box

CubeBoard

Games Supported: Phantasy Star Online (GCN)
Obtained: September 3, 2009
Can be found for: ~$60 Import only
Made by: ASCII  
Peripheral #: 076
Specific version: ASCII (Purple backing)
Other versions: SAMMY (Black backing)
1 dpad, 3 triggers, 2 non-clickable analog sticks, 4 face buttons, 1 system button, 81 keys, a cool box. Uses 2 controller ports (one for the keyboard, one for the GameCube stuff)

My Review

Cyberbike

Games Supported: Cyberbike (Wii), misc Wii/Gamecube games
Obtained: August 8, 2013
Can be found for: ~$100
Made by: Big Ben Interactive
Peripheral #: 210
Specific version: Magnetic edition
Other versions: White
Connects via the Gamecube ports (so it's not compatible with later Wiis) a stationary bike, a brake handle (mine is broken), all the standard Gamecube controls

Dragon Quest Battle Road Victory Controller

Games Supported: Dragon Quest Battle Road Victory (Wii) Wii titles that use the classic controller
Obtained: August 3, 2010
Can be found for: ~$170 Import only
Made by: HORI
Peripheral #: 110
Plugs into a Wiimote's EXT port and acts as a standard Classic controller
The sword's hilt can be pushed in and rotated as an input, as well as 2 oversized buttons and the Classic controller layout, a cool box

Dragon Quest Slime DS Speaker Stand

Games Supported: All DS, DSi games
Obtained: July 17, 2009
Can be found for: ~$50 Import only
Made by: HORI  
Peripheral #: 072
Specific version: Blue
Other versions: Grey
A stand with an integrated speaker, retractable cable, batteries not included, a cool box

My Review

Drum Grip

Games Supported: Band Hero (DS)
Obtained: July 13, 2011
Can be found for: ~$3
Made by: RedOctane
Peripheral #: 147
A silicone rubber skin that leaves the star/select/volume/headset/power/triggers/power/Game slot 1/wrist strap holes accessible, but not the stylus or GBA slot. The drum pads just cover 2 directions on the dpad, and 2 face buttons. Fits the DS lite only.

DS Slide

Games Supported: Slide Adventure: Mag Kid (DS)
Obtained: ~November 21, 2008
Can be found for: ~$15 (with game) Import only
Made by: Nintendo
Optical Mouse, rumble, a cool box

IGN My Review

e-Reader

Games Supported: List (GBA/GCN)
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Nintendo
Allows GBA/GCN games to receive update data via dot-code card

Mario 3 uses it for extra levels, Animal Crossing used it for extra textures, items, NES games

Some cards are minigames or even NES games

Easy Piano

Games Supported: Easy Piano (DS)
Obtained: February 23, 2010
Can be found for: ~$40 (with game) Import only
Made by: Namco
Peripheral #: 095
13 buttons (8 white, 5 black), a cool box

My Review

Expansion Analog Nub

Games Supported: List
Obtained: January 2, 2012 (3DS) May 23, 2014 (3DS XL)
Can be found for: ¥1,500 ($19)
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 158-A (3DS) and 158-B (3DS XL)
Specific versions: 3DS and 3DS XL
Adds a second analog nub, L2, R2 and a redundant R1 button. Interfaces via the Infrared port. Runs off a single AA battery (included)

My Review

Famicom Network

Games Supported: All Famicom games
Obtained: October 29, 2012
Can be found for: Unknown, Import only
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 182
NES controls: Dpad, Start\Select. B\A
Hotel controls: 15 buttons (Menu,0-9,#,*,C,·)

Fighting Commander


Games Supported: All SNES games, particularly fighting games
Obtained: May 23, 2014
Can be found for: $20
Made by: HORI
Peripheral #: 239
Specific version: Gold
Other versions: Black
Dpad, 6 face buttons (4 standard SNES, 2 moved triggers), 2 system buttons, Slow motion switch (turbo for Start button), turbo switches for each of the 6 face buttons

Fretster Grip

Games Supported: Guitar Hero DS (all versions) Rock Band DS
Obtained: ~June 23, 2008, and July 13, 2011
Can be found for: ~$40 (with game)
Made by: RedOctane
Quantity: 2
4 buttons, a cool box
 

GCN Microphone

Games Supported: Chibi-Robo!, Karaoke Revolution, The Legend of the Quiz Tournament of Champions, Mario Party 6, Mario Party 7, Odama (Not to be confused with President Obama) (GCN)
Can be found for: ~$5
Made by: Nintendo
A microphone which plugs into the memory card slot, a cool box

Hori Digital

Games Supported: Some misc GameCube/Wii games, GBplayer
Can be found for: ~$20 Import only
Made by: HORI
Specific version: Black
Other versions: Blue
Favorite
1 dpad, 2 triggers, 7 buttons, (5 face, 2 system though Select is redundant of Y), a cool box

IGN

IZEK Computerized Sewing Machine

Games Supported: IZEK, Mario Family
Obtained: December 21, 2009
Can be found for: ~$175
Made by: Singer
Specific version: JN-100 Teal
Other versions: JN-2000 Red
Peripheral #: 088
A sewing machine controlled by a Gameboy Color via an integrated link cable, foot pedal, a cool box

Select stitches have length, width and mirror image adjustment capabilities, Five buttonhole styles, Letters (block, script or outline format), numbers and symbols, Combine up to three stitches for combination patterns, Create your own custom stitches, Favorite patterns, letters and custom designs can be saved in memory, 84 actual stitch patterns, self threading, internal storage for greebles

Does not actually let you "draw" with pixels, but up to 20 varying length/angle lines to form stitches.
Apparently, the Mario Family cart WILL let you draw (or it draw some preset Mario sprites) though I'm not sure if it will actually work with the IZEK as it looks like it's for a second model

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Kuro Wii Classic Pro

Games Supported: Some misc Wii games, all Virtual Console Roms
Obtained: August 14, 2009
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Nintendo
Specific version: Black
Peripheral #: 75
1 dpad, 4 triggers (unfortunately not clickable like the original Wii Classic or Gamecube controllers), 7 buttons, (4 face, 2 system, 1 OS) 2 non-clickable thumbsticks, a cool box

My Review PC Drivers

Mario Paint Mouse

Games Supported: List (SNES)
Obtained: Christmas in Grade 4
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 002
an XY axis wheel sensor, 2 buttons, hard-plastic mouse pad

Megaman X Mini

Games Supported: All GameCube games, misc Wii games
Can be found for: ~$20
Made by: Nubytech
1 dpad, 4 shoulders (1 is redundant), a cool sphere, 4 face buttons, 1 system buttons, 2 thumbsticks, rumble

Creator's Website

Nerf N-Strike

Games Supported: Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles, Link's crossbow training, Nerf N-strike and other shooting Wii games
Obtained: April 17, 2009 (Birthday)
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: NERF  
Peripheral #: 068
Specific version: First run
Other versions: Second run (Elite, with red crosshair panel)
It's a holster for a controller which also shoots Nerf "Sonic" bullets, a cool box

NEScade

Games Supported: All system's games, controller components will work on Wii
Started Construction: October 19, 2010
Finished Construction: December 9, 2010
Construction costs: $2 (wood) $2.50 (drill bits) ~$20 (paint) $15 (red plastic) $3.75 (light) $57 (arcade components) $3 (USB ext cable) $103.25 (total)
Made by: Techni
Peripheral #: 126
Novelty Factor: 6
A mini arcade cabinet built around a small LCD TV. The front panel lifts up for storing misc consoles. The logo lights up. Measures 40 cm wide
Dpad, 5 buttons (A/B/Start/Select/Home)

Construction process write-up Video My Review My inspiration Instructional Video Lizard Lick

N64 Transfer Pak

Games Supported: List (N64/GB/GBC)
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Nintendo
Allows N64 games to access save data from GB/GBC game cartridges, a cool box

Oshare Majo

Games Supported: Oshare Majo (DS)
Can be found for: ~$60 Import only
Made by: SEGA
Card reader, 55 cards (less than that come with it), a cool box

IGN 

Perfect Shot

Games Supported: Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles, Link's crossbow training, Nerf N-strike and other shooting Wii games
Obtained: ~February 29, 2008
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Nyko
Nothing. It's more of a holster for a controller, a not so cool box which I threw away

My Review

Pluster World

Games Supported: Pluster World (GBA)
Obtained: August 19, 2013
Can be found for: ~$?
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 216

Some sort of Skylanders-like device for GBA

Pokémon Rumble U Figures

Games Supported: Pokémon Rumble U (Wii U)
Obtained: August 29, 2013, multiple afterwards
Can be found for: ~$4 each (Import Only, randomized)
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 219
Small figures with NFC tags, shipped in Pokéballs

Batch A: Piplup, Pikachu, Mewtwo, Mew (x2), Celebi, Bulbasaur, Lucario (x2), Litwick
Batch B: Shiny Genesect, White Kyurem, Eevee, Deoxys, Zoroark, Croagunk, Mew, Litwick, Lucario, Bulbasaur, Pikachu, Darkrai, Piplup, Victini, Jirachi, Torchic, Celebi, Mewtwo
Batches C, D, E, F, G: Shaymin, Black Kyurem, Shiny Pikachu, Shiny Eevee, Genesect

Pokémon Tretta Lab


Games Supported: Pokémon Tretta Lab (3DS)
Obtained: August 13, 2013
Can be found for: ~$40 (Import Only)
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 211
A giant stand for the 3DS and 3DS XL that basically just shines 2 infrared LEDs through some plastic tokens to reveal a hidden pattern embedded inside to the 3DS's cameras
Takes 3xAAs, not included

Pokéyboard

Games Supported: Battle & Get! Pokémon Typing (DS)
Obtained: May 19, 2011
Can be found for: ~$70
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 143
A bluetooth keyboard, a cool box, the DS card contains a bluetooth modem, also works on 3DS, a stand for the DS which also holds the game card when not in use, takes 2 AA's (included)
To put it into bluetooth sync mode: Hold the Fn key down while turning it on
To put the game into sync mode: Hold L+R+Down on the dpad during the keyboard search screen

My Review

Pro Controller U

Games Supported: Most Wii games, some Wii U games
Obtained: January 28, 2013
Can be found for: ~$35
Made by: InterWorks
Peripheral #: 188
Specific version: European color scheme
Other versions: North American color scheme (Dark and light purple), Gold, Black, White
A built-in rechargeable (via USB) battery, Wireless via Bluetooth, Wiimote-standard IR pointer via sensor bar,SIXAXIS, stereo speakers (mono signal however), 2 clickable analog thumbsticks, 4 face buttons, 2x Select\Start, Home\Power, 4 digital triggers, dpad

Resident Evil Shot Blaster

Games Supported: Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles, Link's crossbow training, Nerf N-strike and other shooting Wii games
Obtained: May 14, 2009
Can be found for: ~$30
Made by: EAGLE  
Peripheral #: 069
Nothing. It's more of a holster for a controller, a cool box

Rumble Pack

Games Supported: Link
Obtained: August 7, 2012
Can be found for: ~$2
Made by: Misc third party
Peripheral #: 173
Specific version: DS lite
Other versions: Original DS
Adds rumble to DS lite models

SNES Classic

Games Supported: SNES/NES Virtual Console Roms, some misc Wii games
Obtained: ~May 16, 2008
Can be found for: ~$40 Import only
Made by: Nintendo
1 dpad, 2 system buttons, 4 face buttons buttons, 2 shoulder buttons, a cool box

My Review PC Drivers

Soul Dollz

Games Supported: Soul Dollz (GBA)
Obtained: August 19, 2013
Can be found for: ~$? Import only
Made by: ?
Peripheral #: 217
A Skylanders-like device for GBA

Super Famicom Network

Games Supported: All Super Nintendo games
Obtained: December 4, 2013
Can be found for: ~$? Import only
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 228
1 dpad, 2 shoulder buttons, 4 face buttons, 17 system buttons

Super Game Boy Commander

Games Supported: Most Super Nintendo games, specifically optimized for the Super Game Boy
Obtained: July 20, 2009
Can be found for: ~$? Import only
Made by: HORI  
Peripheral #: 073
1 dpad, 8 buttons, (6 face, 2 system) a mode switch, a cool box

Super Scope 6

Games Supported: List (SNES)
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 001
1 trigger, 2 buttons, wireless, CRT display only lightgun (SD only)

Super Stick L5

Games Supported: Most SNES games, particularly RPGs
Obtained: February 16, 2011
Can be found for: ~$12
Made by: ASCII
Peripheral #: 132
Dpad, 4 triggers (act as the face buttons), 2 face buttons (act as the triggers), Start/Select, Turbo/Slow switches for each of the triggers/face buttons

Unidextrous, ambidextrous, As seen on "The World Only God Knows"

Tatsunoku vs Capcom Fight Stick

Games Supported: Tatsunoku vs Capcom and other fighting games (Wii)
Obtained: July 21, 2011
Can be found for: ~$25
Made by: MadCatz
Peripheral #: 149
A digital stick (can operate as either the dpad or left/right analog sticks via a switch), turbo+LED indicators, input lock, Home/Start/Select, 8 face buttons, works as a Wii classic controller

uDraw Game Tablet

Games Supported: uDraw Studio, Pictionary, Dood's Big Adventure (Wii)
Obtained: November 14, 2010
Can be found for: ~$80
Made by: THQ
Peripheral #: 123
2-way rocker button, pressure sensitive stylus, drawing tablet, a cool box

My Review

Vaus


Games Supported: Arkanoid, Chase H.Q. (NES)
Obtained: July 21
Can be found for: ~$25 with game
Made by: Taito
Peripheral #: 107
Specific version: Grey
Other versions: Black case red buttons, blue case green buttons with a port for another controller
Analog wheel, 2 buttons

VRS

Games Supported: Hey You Pikachu! (N64)
Can be found for: ~$10
Made by: Nintendo
1 microphone

Wappy dog

Games Supported: Wappy dog (DS)
Obtained: November 23, 2011
Can be found for: $50
Made by: Sega
Peripheral #: 157
A robotic dog that connects to the DS wirelessly. Has a built in speaker, and sensors to detect things like when you pull its tail or pat it's head. Glowing eyes and cheeks. Uses encoded chirps to communicate with the DS, takes 3 AA's (not included)

Wiimote Plus


Games Supported: List
Obtained: November 20, 2011
Can be found for: $70
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 156A
Quantity: 2

Nunchuck Obtained: February 28, 2012
Can be found for: $70 (import only)
Made by: Nintendo
Kanji: クラブニンテンドー ゴールデンヌンチャク
Peripheral #: 156B
Quantity: 2

Classic Pro Obtained: March 3, 2012
Can be found for: $15
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 156C
Quantity: 2
Wiimote: A Zelda-themed, MotionPlus (adds additional accelerometers and gyroscopes) built in. Also included a silicone skin and wrist strap (not Zelda-themed) and nunchuck
Dpad, 3 face buttons, 1 shoulder button, 2 system buttons, 2 OS buttons,
display-independent lightgun (SD and HD), Sensor bars/pointing device, Bluetooth, rumble, speaker, power and player-indicator LEDs, takes 2 AA's (included)
Nunchuck: motion-sensing, an (non-clickable) analog stick, 2 shoulder buttons. Connects to the Wiimote via the EXT port
Classic Pro: 1 dpad, 4 triggers (unfortunately not clickable like the original Wii Classic or Gamecube controllers), 7 buttons, (4 face, 2 system, 1 OS) 2 non-clickable thumbsticks

My Review Yahoo Auction Search (nunchuck)

Wii Wheel

Games Supported: Mario Kart Wii
Can be found for: ~$5
Made by: Nintendo
Specific version: White
Other versions: Gold
Nothing. It's more of a holster for a controller, a cool box

Wii U Gamepad and Pro Controllers

Games Supported: List
Obtained: November 18, 2012
Can be found for: with console only
Made by: Nintendo 
Peripheral #: 183-A
Specific version: Black
Other versions: White
2 clickable analog sticks, 4 digital triggers, front-facing camera, NFC, infrared transceiver, NFC module, Wii sensor bar/InfraRed LEDs, SIXAXIS motion sensing, microphone, stereo speakers, dpad, 4 face buttons, Start\Select\Home\Power, EXT port, headset port, volume slider, rechargeable battery, wireless via NiFi+Bluetooth, 6.2" resistive touchscreen
Games Supported: Unknown
Obtained: November 18, 2012
Can be found for: ~$5
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 184-B
Specific version: Black
Other versions: White
2 clickable analog sticks, 4 digital triggers, dpad, 4 face buttons, Start\Select\Power, rechargeable battery via USB port, wireless via Bluetooth

Wii Zapper

Games Supported: Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles, Link's crossbow training, Nerf N-strike and other shooting Wii games
Can be found for: ~$10, $30 with Link's crossbow training
Made by: Nintendo
Nothing. It's more of a holster for a controller, a cool box

Wireless Racing Wheel

Games Supported: Any Wii racing game
Obtained: January 22, 2014 (by proxy)
Can be found for: ~$5
Made by: Intec
Peripheral #: 231
Uses 4xAA batteries (not included), 2 foot pedals, remappable controls, 2 flippers, circular dpad, 8 face buttons, 3 system buttons, 2 settings buttons

Zapper

Games Supported: List
Obtained: Sometime in 1985?
Can be found for: ~$1
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 001-A
Specific version: Grey
Other versions: Red
A CRT-based lightgun with a single trigger
Obtained: March 11, 2013
Can be found for: ~$40
Made by: Quickshot
Peripheral #: 001-B
A scope add-on

ZokZok Heroes

Games Supported: ZokZok Heroes (GBC)
Obtained: August 19, 2013
Can be found for: ~$?
Made by: Nintendo
Peripheral #: 215
I'm under the impression it's a pedometer

Misc/Common/Adapters

NES First party controller
SNES
N64 Expansion Pack
GCN GBPlayer, 4 GBA-GCN Link cables, Broadband adapter, modem, first party controller, third party controller
Adapter for: N64 controllers
Wii Wiimote+nunchuck
GBC GB-GBC Link Cable, Worm Light
GBA GBA Multi-Link cable, mini backpack-like case
NDS mini backpack-like case

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