The Q5 Dragon Joystick Arcade Fighting Stick is a visual masterpiece that also allows you easy access into the interior for swifter modification. However, as heavy and stiff as it is, the price might not be justified for you.
Multiplatform, weighty, firm, and customizable are commendable fightstick qualities that are not enough to mitigate the Arcade Stick F300’s confined space, dead zones, accessory dependence, and pure ugliness.
The Street Fighter V Arcade FightStick Alpha is not the first bad fightstick to emerge in the market, but what adds insult to injury is that it is almost impossible to modify with better parts as one last attempt to redeem it.
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As expected, Mad Catz released the Street Fighter V Arcade FightStick TE2+ right when Street Fighter V hit the stores, but it unfortunately launched it with one major flaw that will likely upset the masses.
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A reprised version of a fightstick from the previous generation, BlazBlue fans can opt for the Fighting Stick V3 BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend Edition as their weapon of choice in battle, but there are far better alternatives.
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Etokki hits a homerun with its only contribution to the fightstick market of the generation that comes in different editions for those who like Korean joysticks or simply prefer their fightsticks white.
The Hit Box is perhaps the most revolutionary piece of equipment that the fighting game community has ever witnessed. It replaces the joystick of the generic fightstick with a set of buttons to potentially make your life easier.