Top PC Arcade Sticks 2024

15. PXN-0082

PXN-0082 Arcade FightStick

If you who enjoy the feedback from joystick clicking sounds, you should enjoy the little gem known as the PXN-0082. There are no latency or dead zone issues to be concerned about when using this innovation. The wrist space is focused on the right side in order to avoid making the arcade stick too big for you. For stability-related reasons, there are suction cups that shouldn’t detach mid-battle.

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14. Monoprice Dark Matter

Dark Matter Arcade Fighting Stick for Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Android

The Dark Matter Arcade Fighting Stick contains an aluminum alloy frame, octagonal-gated Sanwa joystick, and Sanwa buttons. You can change the input type as desired, whether that is D-pad, left stick, or right stick. There is a turbo mode and a tournament lock.

Sanwa parts bolster the performance and durability of the arcade stick. The eight-directional joystick eases movement, and the precise buttons complete the package. There is plenty of room for one’s comfort, and the heavy weight & rubber feet enhance stability.

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13. Mayflash F101

Mayflash Arcade Fightstick F101

The Mayflash F101 is a mini arcade stick that is multiplatform beyond PC compatibility. Its stock parts are above average, and it is relatively easy to upgrade the parts yourself if you want. Moreover, the turbo function works well. As for the hardware, it is high quality plastic with a metal panel that increases the arcade stick’s weight and also stability, the latter of which is also boosted by large rubber feet down.

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12. Mayflash F700

Mayflash Arcade Stick F700

The Mayflash F700 is wireless through Bluetooth and has a battery that can last up to 18 hours after a 3.5 hour charge, but you can opt for a wired connection if you like. There is a headphone port too.

The F700 is similar in design to previous fightsticks by Mayflash, but there are some upgrades, such as a knob on the upper right of the top panel to switch between consoles. The artwork of the arcade stick is customizable.

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11. Mayflash F500

Universal Arcade Stick F500 V2

The Mayflash F500 is another budget arcade stick that is bigger, and it is compatible with fine Sanwa parts. The acrylic panel of this multiplatform arcade stick makes art customization easy. Also, the metallic case and rubber feet increase the weight & security. The buttons feel better than the predecessor’s.

An octagonal joystick gate is provided too, and installing it is quite simple. The same applies to the buttons due to the easily seen screws at the bottom. The cable comes out of a compartment on the left side. Another improvement over the predecessor is that there is a headphone port. There is turbo support plus firmware that can be upgraded.

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10. Mayflash F300

Mayflash Arcade Stick F300

Compatible with Sanwa parts, the Mayflash F300 is a budget yet multiplatform arcade stick that is weighty & firm despite its size, thanks to the rubber feet, and the parts are decent. The parts even passed an acceptance test. With the F300, you get an additional octagonal gate and more.

The USB cable has a convenient Velcro wrap. There is a turbo feature in addition to updateable firmware, and the start button is recessed, making it harder to press by mistake. Artwork fanatics can print out a decal to stick on top.

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9. Qanba Titan

Qanba B1 Titan

The Qanba B1 Titan is officially licensed by Sony, so it is expected to work on the PlayStation 6 in the future too. It has a Sanwa JLF joystick and Sanwa OBSF-30 buttons, so you can expect solid performance. Also, there is a touchpad, microphone input, and cable compartment, the latter of which can be found on the left.

The Titan’s weight is enhanced by two steel plates, and there is a rubber base at the bottom. Furthermore, the top panel is not easily malleable. The increased distance between the joystick and buttons of the Titan gives you more room for your left hand and right hands to move about.

If you open up this medium-sized arcade stick, you will see the neat and color-coded interior, but if you simply need joystick access, there is a compartment for that at the bottom without unscrewing the entire panel. You can even use that compartment’s lid to unscrew the joystick.

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8. Qanba Obsidian 2

Qanba Q7 Obsidian 2

The Qanba Q7 Obsidian 2 is a heavier sequel to the bestselling Qanba Obsidian. Since it is officially licensed by Sony, it is expected to work on future PlayStation consoles as well.

This arcade stick has quality parts, which are a Sanwa JLF joystick and Sanwa OBSF-30 buttons. You can also find a touchpad, microphone jack, and a cable that can be stored on the left.

The base pad of the Obsidian 2 is anti-slip, but the star of the show is the joystick interchangeability. With the Obsidian 2, Sanwa JLF joystick tops are swappable, and included with your unit is a ball top & bat top.

With thumb-screw access, the compartment on the right can hold two joystick tops in addition to USB cables. This compartment is not flimsy, and the same can also be said about the left side compartment.

There is dedicated joystick access through the bottom of the Obsidian 2. The interior, where you will find the PCB, is organized. Otherwise, if you would like to add custom artwork to your Obsidian 2, that is fortunately possible.

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7. Victrix Pro FS

Victrix by PDP Pro FS Arcade Fight Stick: White

The Victrix Pro FS was one of the most popular arcade sticks of the previous generation, and it makes a comeback with modern compatibility as well as a white color.

The buttons of the Pro FS are quality Sanwa buttons. There is a tournament mode to prevent the pressing of secondary buttons during gameplay. The wrist space is sloped for one’s convenience, and there is an anti-slip foam pad at the bottom of the Pro FS. There is also an audio jack onboard. The Pro FS is made of aircraft-caliber aluminum.

The carriage handles & cable organizers allow for maximal convenience, and the quick-access back panel allows for the swapping of components rather easily. Additionally, modding the Pro FS is doable. With the Pro FS, you receive a detachable & braided USB C-to-A cable, Allen wrench, and storage bag as well.

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6. Nacon Daija

Daija Arcade Stick PlayStation

The Nacon Daija was one of the community favorites in the previous console generation, and it is back, this time with modern compatibility as well as official licensing. The Daija was developed in collaboration with the professional player from France, Kayane.

With a textured palm rest, a Sanwa joystick and buttons make a comeback in addition to an extra bat-top joystick. The ball top & bat top can be easily removed and replaced as well due to a screw-on system. Simply put, the Daija is a thing of beauty. Available are three faceplate options, so the Daija’s art is customizable, and the LED is a nice finishing touch.

The Daija is quite a weighty arcade stick. Opening the lid of the arcade stick is easy as there are two buttons on the sides of the arcade stick that can be pressed to pop open the lid and find tools inside, such as a hex screwdriver. There is also additional storage space inside the arcade stick. Included with the Daija are a detachable USB cable and an audio port.

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5. 8BitDo Arcade Stick

8BitDo Arcade Stick

The joystick of this smaller arcade stick feels good, and the buttons have quick disconnects for modding purposes. No latency issues were found when testing this arcade stick on four platforms. The plastic top panel is impressively not malleable, and the weight is boosted by a thick metal plate inside. The battery can last 30 hours of play through Bluetooth and 40 hours through 2.4G, with the charging time being four hours.

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4. Qanba Drone 2

Qanba N3 Drone 2

The Qanba N3 Drone 2 contains a Qanba OV7 OMRON switch joystick and Qanba 30 mm B30 buttons. There is also a touchpad as well as an audio jack.

The upgraded joystick produces a clicky feedback sound. As for the size of the Drone 2, it is small enough to be considered a mini arcade stick without sacrificing aspects like wrist space. There are four rubber feet at the bottom, where you will also find an entry point into the joystick for quicker access.

The Drone 2 is quite light, which is optimal for you to carry. The cable goes into the spacious right side compartment. The interior is organized and makes modding easy, such as by swapping out the joystick for Sanwa.

The Drone 2 has a matte black color, and as this is a Sony-licensed arcade stick, it can be expected to work on future generation consoles as well.

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3. Hori Fighting Stick α

Fighting Stick α for PlayStation 5

The Hayabusa joystick and buttons of the Hori Fighting Stick α live up to the good reputation. There are long rubber pads on both sides of the arcade stick. Despite that, the arcade stick is noticeably lighter than average. Nonetheless, it feels well built and durable because of the metallic top plate and quality plastic, the latter of which probably comprises 98% of the build. Opening the arcade stick using the latch in the back is a smooth experience. The art can be customized, and included with the Street Fighter 6 edition are 18 downloadable character artworks.

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2. Mayflash F300 Elite

Mayflash Arcade Stick F300 Elite

The Mayflash F300 Elite is multiplatform like the F300 but with Sanwa parts, which are simply the top. The joystick feels sturdy, and there is less travel distance for an input to register without any dead zones. You even get an additional octagonal gate with your F300 Elite. Of course, the buttons are nothing short of crisp, and there is turbo support plus firmware that can be updated.

Just like its predecessor, this arcade stick is weighty and firm, thanks to rubber feet. The cable has a nifty Velcro wrap. Those looking to spice up the minimalistic appearance can print out an artwork sticker to stick right onto the surface.

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1. Mayflash F500 Elite

Universal Arcade Stick F500 Elite

The Mayflash F500 Elite is a multiplatform Sanwa masterpiece with upgradeable firmware & turbo support, and an octagonal joystick gate is included as well. Replacing the joystick gate is rather easy. There are screws at the bottom that are easy to see for interior entry. There is also plenty of wrist space.

You can use wired headphones with this arcade stick to stay in the zone during gameplay. The metal casing and base enhance the weight & stability alongside the rubber feet. Also, the arcade stick has an acrylic panel on top that is easily removable, and we at The Arcade Stick can provide you custom artwork.

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RankFull ReviewBuy
1Mayflash F500 ElitePrice
2Mayflash F300 ElitePrice
3Hori Fighting Stick αPrice
4Qanba Drone 2Price
58BitDo Arcade StickPrice
6Nacon DaijaPrice
7Victrix Pro FSPrice
8Qanba Obsidian 2Price
9Qanba TitanPrice
10Mayflash F300Price
11Mayflash F500Price
12Mayflash F700Price
13Mayflash F101Price
14Monoprice Dark MatterPrice