FightingBox Mini Review

CompatibilityNS / PS4 / PS3 / PC
Dimensions7.5″ x 3.0″ x 0.4″


This is a mini WASD controller with slanted transparent keys that have hot swappable Cherry MX switches you can choose the colors of. You can also choose from white, black, or red keycaps. You can find an OLED input display as well.


The way the directional keys of the controller are slanted means that there are optimal ergonomics for your left hand’s fingers. In other words, your wrist should not get sore after hours of play.

Cherry MX switches are state-of-the-art, so you can expect maximal responsivity and durability. In any case, you can hot swap them out for other switches you prefer.

The OLED display can also help you further understand what is going on with the controller as you use it. You can expect it to tell you the input mode, directional mode, and SOCD mode. That is in addition to visual feedback per button press.

The function buttons are:

  • RS
  • LS
  • Capture
  • Start
  • Select
  • Home
  • Turbo


Simply put, the build of the controller has a 3D-printed quality to it, and while it is not the best, it should not break or anything similar during regular play.

The detachable white USB-C cable comes out of the center back. If it is too short for you, grab another one. The PCB is the Raspberry Pi Pico with the GP2040-CE firmware.

The SOCD cleaning modes are up priority, neutral, and second input priority. You can expect a switch remover and Allen key with your order of this controller.


This FightingBox sports Novacs Remote Manual Pilot Controller artwork. The LED offers 12 static colors and 20 static themes, including “rainbow cycle” and “rainbow chase”.


This is one of the best mini key controllers out there to take your fighting game performance to the next level.

  • Slanted keys
  • Hot swap switches
  • Detachable cable
  • OLED display
  • Color choices
  • LED colors & themes
  • SOCD cleaning
  • Possibly short cable