The short answer, no.
The internals of the box are 1 usb 4 port hub and 4 universal adapters. The cables are only an interface.
Most people have a box full of old gaming consoles and their associated controllers. Many of these controllers are very well made and would be very useful today if you could just plug them into your PC or laptop or phone or Android TV box. But you can't because each one comes with a funny proprietary connector on the end.
The Bliss-Box connects to almost anything with a USB port. Your PC or phone will see the Bliss-Box as a set of 4 standard game controllers. The controllers seen by your operating system can be used in the usual way that any controller can be used by it. Many games and emulators will even allow keys to be remapped to different functions in case you want to use a PS2 controller with a Nintendo game for instance. The Bliss-Box is actually a very smart computer in its own right. Not only does it fool your computer into seeing a standard set of controllers (no drivers required), but it can also figure out how to interface to a wide variety of joysticks and other gaming input devices.It solves the problem of gaming controllers having all sorts of different proprietary connectors by providing sets of cables that allow 4 controllers of almost any type to physically plug into the Bliss-Box.
But don't think the problems for the Bliss-Box end at physically making a connection. Controllers don't simply have a wire connected to each button. If you look carefully at something like a Gamecube controller, it has 8 buttons, 2 analog joysticks and a d-pad, but it only has maybe 4 wires in the connector. It achieves this by having a chip in the controller that collects all the button presses and converts them into a language that can be communicated down only a couple of wires and then understood by the parent console. So the Bliss-Box actually has been taught all of these languages and knows what wires to use for each type of controller and adapter cable.
So while it's busy looking like 4 standard controllers to your host computer, it is also busy pretending to be 4 different consoles to keep your old joysticks happy. There is quite an impressive processor chip in there making all of this happen - and it can be taught! As more joysticks are supported and new operating systems come along, the Bliss-Box can receive new instructions to learn how to best support these devices.
You may be aware of some generic adapters from eBay or somewhere that does things like this already, but let me discount many of those... Many cost $10 - $20. But they only support 1 or 2 joysticks at a time. So if you want four to play at once you will be spending more to get enough adapters. This will cost more than the Bliss-Box. Also, any devices you buy now will only support 1 type of joystick. It might support a Gamecube controller or Nintendo 64 controlle, but never both. With the Bliss-Box you can spend just a few dollars more to get a set of cables so that you can plug in a full set of either controller - or a mix of both! If this scenario is for you than you've already saved more than the Bliss-Box costs.