Question gamecube controller emulation with an arduino

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as I live in the uk, it is hard to come by a GC+ (which is a great piece of tech). However, i have wondered whether it would be possible to use an arduino as a gamecube controller and use the arduino pro micro's pins as buttons. if so this would be a great alternative to the board for uk modders. there is an arduino directory that already exists for this:
Nintendo - Arduino Reference

so i wonder if it would be possible to adapt this into something useable in portables
 
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as I live in the uk, it is hard to come by a GC+ (which is a great piece of tech). However, i have wondered whether it would be possible to use an arduino as a gamecube controller and use the arduino pro micro's pins as buttons. if so this would be a great alternative to the board for uk modders. there is an arduino directory that already exists for this:
Nintendo - Arduino Reference

so i wonder if it would be possible to adapt this into something useable in portables
As someone who tried to find a solution with a Teensy LC. I couldn't find an easier nor cheaper solution than getting a GC+. Plus the RV integration, there has been some ideas about using another thing like i2c but it's like reinventing the wheel, I think that's the only component that's open source so maybe try building one?
 
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