In order to use the different features of the Nyko Hyper Max 8
, you have to throw the switches fairly often. This is especially true of switching between the memory function and the vibration functions. This is not a failure of the Hyper Max 8
, however. This is dictated by the way the N64 controller?s port is handled. What the Hyper Max
WILL do, however, is keep your controller from wearing out quickly due to repetitive removing and plugging in of multiple paks. Just stick Nyko?s Hyper Max 8
in, and you have the use of a Rumble Pak
(essentially two different ones), and 984 blocks of memory. It should take a while to fill that much memory, and by the time you do, you probably won?t need the first things you saved on the card.
The N64 will prompt you to insert a Rumble Pak or memory card. When this happens, you simply flip the appropriate switch(es) and you?re ready to get going. The hardest thing to keep up with is which Page your saved game is on. If you can keep track of that, you?ll have it made!