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PS4 Fighting Stick Mini
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- Officially licensed by Sony
- Compatible with PlayStation 4/PlayStation 3
- Very compact arcade stick for all the action and fighting game on PS4
- 3m cable
- 8 buttons and lever only
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Style Name: Fighting Stick Mini 4
The official Sony-licensed Fighting Stick Mini 4 from genre stalwarts Hori is the perfect companion accessory for beat 'em up fanatics on the go. Easily transportable - its compact build houses 8 buttons, a typically sturdy, quick Hori fighting lever and a functioning Share Button (to ensure your dank KOs don't go unrecorded). The cable is 3 metres long. Spark out your friends in style with the Fighting Stick Mini 4 by Hori.
Fighting Stick Mini 4; Manual
From the manufacturer
Compact and Convenient
Hori standard quality, durability and functionality in a compact chassis.
8 Button Setup ensures complete compatibility with all titles
Compatible with PlayStation4 and PlayStation3
Wired for better response and requires no batteries.
2 metre cable for convenience no matter what size your living room is
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Under no circumstances buy this for £60, it's frankly obscene to try and charge that much for such a tacky product, especially given the alternatives. For the same price you can buy the Offical Sony Fight Stick (made by Venom) which, unlike this stick, can then be easily upgraded with high end Sanwa parts for under £30 at a later date.
There are aspects to the product I am yet to explore such as the customization, I have yet to take mine apart, however may buy some different Sanwa buttons on the futurue to swap out. As far I am aware from Reddit, this product is easy to swap out parts for making it good for beginners
After hitting up a recent arcade and trying the various Tekken arcade machines on offer, the buttons feel less responsive on comparison to the Hori, and the stick on the Hori is much more satisfying to use. The only thing I would say to bare in mind when purchasing, if your playing on console, you may need to think of alternate ways to use a headset/mic to trash talk your friends as I do not believe there is a way to plugin to the arcade stick. I have also had the chance to use one of the mini fight sticks which is a go to easy option for somebody getting into fight sticks, don't do it, the shrunk space between nthe buttons and the stick make difficult actions like Electrics in Tekken due to your hands banging together and no stable center. This fight stick allows for bashing the fightstick and buttons to the extreme without any fear of damage, I wouldn't throw it admittedly.
The addition of Haybusa buttons rather than the Kuro’s of previous revisions is a big step up. I was never happy with the lack of resistance on button presses on the older model, but these provide good feedback with a thicker press, and solid feel and sound feedback.
As always with a new stick, you have to loosen it a bit through use, and I did have a week or two where my directional jump presses came out as neutral, but that’s gone now after a bit of use.
The compartment holding the cable does feel a little more flimsy than the last revision, but it’s still solid when connected, and probably would take a bit of force to remove or break.
The addition of padding to the base, rather than corner legs are great for lap players as well as table users.
I’ve certainly noticed lap play feels more “solid” with less movement of the stick on my lap during heated movements.
The button placement being in the side is really helpful, not accidentally pressing the top row is very helpful- and the touch pad is at the back of the unit so it’s not easily presses without meaning too also.
Overall, I’m very happy. Easily worth £100 and over. Build quality is good and buttons etc are better than the last revision.
I also found it extremely simple to adjust from a pad. Tooke me about 2 hours and I can pull off all kinds of combos and special moves I never could with a pad. Also fighting games are so much more fun with a fight stick. If you are serious about fighting games/mame or intend to play them for the forseeable future then this is 100% recommended.
I can't comment about the parts not being better or wose than sanwa as I have never used real sanwa parts but the hori switches should be more than adequate for 99.9% of people.
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