A Nintendo customer service representative revealed to GoNintendo that the company currently has no plans of replenishing stocks of wireless Wavebird controllers in retail shops. Though the CSR notes that the original GameCube controller is still being shipped to retailers and is also available via the online store, the entirety of Nintendo's official support for the product is represented by a lonely wireless receiver—and no Wavebird to complement it.
Demand for original GameCube controllers is still going strong, thanks to the Wii's backwards compatibility, Virtual Console functionality, and a slew of new Wii titles that take advantage of the original hardware. With many gamers (including yours truly) preferring the long-lasting, hand-fitting familiarity of a GCN controller over the Wii's classic controller peripheral and Super Smash Bros. Brawl just over a month away, wouldn't now be the perfect time to capitalize on a Wii-branded relaunch of the industry's first great wireless controller?
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