The year is 20XX.
Within the competitive Super Smash Bros. Melee scene, the ergonomic shortcomings of the Nintendo Gamecube controller have taken their toll on many players. Enter the B0XX, the controller Melee has been beckoning for since its inception. Featuring twenty Sanwa arcade buttons and zero analog sticks, the B0XX allows you to push your character to their limits while preserving your hand health – an experience unlike ever before.
Fair, balanced, and tournament legal.
Meticulously designed over the course of two years by Melee professionals, the B0XX's digital inputs have been carefully fine-tuned to create a level playing field with the Gamecube controller. Currently, the B0XX is accepted at Melee’s most prestigious events, including Genesis, Get On My Level, Super Smash Con, Shine, and The Big House.
The most compact arcade-style controller in the game.
As Melee players, we’ve come to know and love our controllers for their portability. In line with tradition, the B0XX is merely 1.4 inches thick and weighs only 3.8 pounds.
2001 meets 20XX.
No Wii U adapter necessary.
USB-C allows the B0XX to natively support your favorite PC titles, including... Super Smash Bros. Melee.
USB-C cable included.
Less hassle, more Melee.
Never miss a tournament due to a faulty cable. The B0XX utilizes a reversible USB-C to Gamecube cable to make your life as easy as possible.
USB-C to Gamecube cable included.
Say goodbye to claw grip.
Long overdue is a Gamecube controller alternative that allows you to piano your aerials, wavedashes, and multi-shines with two fingers instead of one. Plug in a Wii Nunchuk in order to shut off the B0XX’s digital inputs and experience classic analog control at its finest.
Wii Nunchuk sold separately.