Basically you'll have to build a main "brain" with relays that can actually handle the voltage 'cause the 24-gauge wire in that controller probably won't cut it. I don't like the look of hydraulic switches so I've been using a brain that I built around '95 that works pretty good. I had an old Nintendo controller back then. (Hey, that was the only one out back then. ) Now I have an old-school Atari joystick. I'm in the process though of building a new one 'cause I'm tired of the joystick.
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