|Compatibility||XSX / XB1 / NS / PS4 / PC|
|Dimensions||15.8” x 9.8” x 5.2”|
- The joystick and buttons are Sanwa.
- The joystick gate is octagonal.
- There is turbo support.
- The secondary buttons are lockable.
- This is a clone of the DragonSlay Universal, GameSir C2, Gorilla Gaming Pro, Mad Catz Ego, and Sparkfox Universal.
Sanwa parts improve the performance and durability of this arcade stick. The eight directional joystick allows easy movement, and the sturdy buttons allow precise presses. There is a lot of space for comfort. The heavy weight and rubber feet stabilize the unit amidst action. The menu lock ensures you do not disrupt a match by unintentionally pausing the game.
This is a quality heavy product, which is justifiable since the parts are sturdy. That said, the unit could be too heavy for you. Plenty of space on the top panel caused the unit to be designed bigger. As a result, it got heavier, but it should not be too big of a deal. Actually, most would see it as an upside, especially for those who play on a table. Unfortunately, you need to connect the arcade stick to a native controller to play on consoles, which is a tedious piggyback system.
This is one of the cooler looking arcade sticks. Aside from the colorful digital asteroids, the joysticks and buttons have a nice shine to them. If you dislike the artwork, modding is unfortunately not that easy.
- Good performance
- Great quality
- Decent weight
- Somewhat heavy
- Piggyback system
- Uneasy modding