If you've got any plans to turn your Apple TV into a set-top emulation station, you're going to want to make sure you've got the right controller for the job. For playing classic NES games, there's really nothing better than the Emmy award winning NES gamepad (sorry Classic Controller). You could either follow our very own how-to guide to make your own USB-enabled NES pad, you could buy a USB adapter to retrofit your existing pad, or you could just plunk down the cash in exchange for the convenience of having it done for you. Try Phreque.com's $33 option, pairing a new USB conversion module with a used (we call that classic around these parts) NES pad.

[Thanks, WhackMushroom]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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