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Universal Fighting Stick for PC/PS2/PS3 (USB)

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Platform : PlayStation 3, PlayStation2
4 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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  • Compatible with PS2, PS3, and PC USB. Supports Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP and Vista
  • The lever and buttons are designed and placed on same layout as the arcade style
  • Turbo function with different speed settings you can toy with. Supports button re-mapping and Macro functions
  • The Fighting Stick has considerable heft and rubber feet, both of which work to hold the controller firmly in place on hard, flat surfaces
  • The Fighting Stick has a metal base and plastic outer shell with smooth corners that do not murder your wrists
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Game Information

  • Platform:    PlayStation 3, PlayStation2
  • Media: Accessory
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0015PHMFU
  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 25 x 5 cm ; 1.8 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,197 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

1. This affordable, brand new and boxed arcade style fighting controller is compatible with Playstation 2, Playstation 3 and PC and replicates the exact layout and spacing of buttons found in arcade cabinets all over the world. Compatible with all games that use a standard controller, you can use it on the likes of every Streetfighter incarnation, King of Fighters, Tekken, MAME etc. 2. Unlike many sticks, this controller has considerable weight to it (2kg), to keep it sturdy as you play. It's also got turbo buttons and macro buttons, so you can assign button combinations and instantly pull off special moves. The corners of the unit are carefully rounded so they don't dig into your wrists as you play. 3. Arcade style joystick and button positions. Warning--- 1) It's definitely FORBIDDENED to plug the USB and PS2 port to your consoles at the same time! 2) Please DO NOT plug the USB port to your PS2 console. (Get more details from the User Manual used with PC ) 4. What's in the Box PS2/PS3/PC USB Fighting Stick CD driver User Manual Driver Download


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Works well enough for the price. The base is nice and sturdy, but the buttons feel a bit hollow and make unsatisfying imprecise sounds. The stick is good, although has a little more travel than I'd like with a loose dead-zone in the middle. The Shoryuken motion is easy and consistent to pull off, but the Hadouken gesture isn't quite as easy because the stick 'sticks' into the diagonal corners a little too easily. I found double-tap for dash easier and more consistent than I was expecting, and a vast improvement over a gamepad.

The stick worked first time without drivers on Windows 8 with Ultra Street Fighter 4. I haven't tried any of the other platforms it supports, but it's great to know it works with everything so you can take it to friends' houses, local events etc and not worry about what hardware they have.

The unit has decent rubber feet and sits well on a table without moving. It's comfy on my lap too, with a flat base with nothing protruding downwards at all. The screws are all recessed and most of them are hidden under the rubber feet, so it is not designed to be opened. Removing the base reveal a reasonably sturdy construction - a thick steel plate for the base itself, then thick moulded plastic upper with all the components mounted to it. It has a couple of firm pillars beneath where your hands rest to increase the rigidity, and more pillars below each button stabilising the bits you press against the steel base. These work pretty well to give it a stable feel, though the button responses themselves harm that feel overall.

The buttons are not microswitches, but instead are separate pods with contacts that tap through to a circuit board.
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I bought this stick primarily as a shell to mod for use with a Sega Saturn, but gave it a spin on the PC first to see how it held up. I don't have a PS3, so cannot comment on that aspect.

This worked plug and play with Windows 7 64 bit, although a driver disk is supplied. The buttons are quiet and feel nice, with the shell being perfect. However a point gets knocked off for the stick. As a previous reviewer mentioned, the microswitches are loud. It's a little distracting. There's also quite a large dead zone - the stick wobbles around a bit before it contacts a switch. Not exactly perfect if you're after precision dodging in a 2D shooter but workable nonetheless. By default the stick will operate as a hat switch, but hold down a button combination and it switches over to analogue (some games will only pick up the analogue control, so it's handy to have and saves you resorting to a key mapper).

This gets a solid 4 stars if you're using it as supplied. If you're out for something to mod - be warned, this is not the most co-operative of beasts. The ball top of the stick appears to have been glued in place, so you'll need to hacksaw the shaft to remove it. The buttons are also a non-standard size - the larger ones are frustratingly a millimetre or two smaller than a 30 mm Sanwa with the smaller ones about 14 mm. They also operate by contact with a PCB (like a gamepad), so are not as friendly if you want to keep them (a shame, as the smaller ones are otherwise ideal for Start/Select).
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This is a great product, i bought the universal fighting stick to play retro arcade games on MAME and it works like a dream. My only slight criticism would be there could be a little extra room to the left of the joystick to rest your left hand when gaming, but to be honest its not a massive problem and you get used to using this arcade stick pretty quickly, and considering the price in comparison to others on the market it's definitely worth getting!
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I was not really certain whether or not to get this stick due to the fairly mixed reviews however decided to get it as it was cheap and also my first stick so i did not want to spend too much money.
Im very glad I did as the stick works well!! I use it on the PS3 and it works flawlessly as a controller however it lacks a PS button so you would need to connect a ps3 controller to access the XMB. With Tekken 6 it works very well and will allow you to pull off certain moves that would be virtually impossible with a controller.
Quality wise is pretty good too as its very solid as a unit and also the stick is strong and can withstand vigorous movements.

Flaws- There are a few minor flaws to this Arcade Stick one being the buttons, when pushed it feels like rubber is underneath them. This makes you sometimes unsure whether you have pressed the button, the solution is to push the buttons all the way every time but this can decrease speed at times. Another flaw is that the stick is very noisy and the clicks can be heard through rooms :P This doesnt bother me much though.

Overall great stick for the price and it will make a good first stick.
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