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u/HalfCent · 1 pointr/Fighters

I'm gonna go a little bit against the other responses here, and say that I had a good experience with my $40 stick. I got a Hori Fighting Stick Mini 3 when they were $40 about a year and a half ago. I wasn't sure if I would like fighting games, and I didn't want to drop $150 on a stick if I wasn't going to stick with it. The $40 was worth it to have try a stick, knowing if I liked it I would probably upgrade.

The stick is definitely not the same quality or feel as something with Sanwa or Seimitsu parts. That being said, I completely disagree with anyone saying that a pad feels better than a cheap stick. This is personal taste, but just having the layout of a stick felt better than a pad for me. The small form factor was a plus for me, especially the thinness, because I play both PS3 and PC fighters at my desk. It's small enough to leave at the desk without taking up much room. I'm also pretty easy on my stick and don't slam it around like I see some people do when I play.

If you can afford a nicer entry stick, and think you'll like fighters, then definitely go for a better stick. For people who really can't afford spending $100 though, you may be perfectly happy with a cheap stick. I use Sanwa modded sticks and my cheap Hori, nothing in between, so I can't comment on the quality of in between sticks. I do like mine enough where I've had Sanwa parts sitting around for a few months and haven't finished making the custom case I have planned for them.

u/Negative_Rainbow · 1 pointr/Fighters

In terms of games to play, Street Fighter V or Guilty Gear Rev are where you want to be. Street Fighter, despite all the complaints people have, is the game with the biggest playerbase, so you will find the most resources for that game. Guilty Gear has some of the best ingame resources for learning, and plenty of out of game resources so it also an excellent place to start.

As for prehipherals, if you want to try out stick on PC, I've heard the Qanba Carbon ($60) is a good place to start. I personally ordered one last week, can't report on the quality until it comes in, but the reviews are good. If you want a controller and are willing to learn dpad, the Hori Fighting Commander ($40) is the best pad on the market, I own one and it feels/plays fantastic. Also the fighting commander has ps3/ps4 support if you want to play in tournaments (most are played on ps4).

u/71ffy · 1 pointr/Fighters

If you'd like to try a stick but don't want to blow a lot of money on one, HORI sells this mini one for much cheaper: https://www.amazon.com/HORI-Fighting-Stick-Mini-PlayStation-4/dp/B014KXMEW4/ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_bdcrb_top?ie=UTF8
The reviews are mostly positive. Good luck on finding something that works for you! <3

u/GildedApparel · 1 pointr/Fighters

Are you looking for something on the smaller or larger side? This one is rare and has good parts, but for the price you can get something like the Qanba Obisdian which is very nice imo. A few other good options at that price are the Razer Panthera (if you can find one) and the Hori Tekken 7 stick. All of these that I mentioned will work on both PS4 and PC

u/NewSchoolBoxer · 0 pointsr/Fighters

I spent 10 edit: minutes scoping out a physical copy. For those who don't know, only release was in Japan on Super Famicom.

Typical eBay pile of fake reproduction carts, including with unauthorized use of fan translation. Let's skip those.

Including shipping, one Buy It Now CIB for $60. Loose is $34-40, though bidding should be cheaper in the end.

As Gundam Wing was much more popular outside of Japan (Toonami!), worth looking at Japanese auctions. No eBay in Japan but Yahoo Auctions is popular and Rakuten and Amazon also worth checking. Should definitely be cheaper for CIB. I don't think worth the proxy bidding and shipping fees for loose.

u/Zefirus · 1 pointr/Fighters

I went with a HORI. It's basically the new Tekken stick without the artwork.

And yeah, I'm aware there's going to be a pretty steep learning curve. I've used sticks before and always found them super awkward feeling. It's just something I'm going to have to get used to.

u/-Venser- · 1 pointr/Fighters

Yeah it's very expensive. The Tournament Edition is the same price but can be opened and components can be easily replaced. But I really like the classic arcade design.

u/wisdom_and_frivolity · 1 pointr/Fighters

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u/rshblckt · 1 pointr/Fighters

I got the Hori EX2 stick as my first purchase, which I am glad I did as I got to see the difference in quality between that and now my 2 TE sticks. I then tried the wireless Tekken stick...
Horrible. I'd rather use the Xbox pad than this laggy and unresponsive device. TE is the best and you'll notice it when you try other sticks.

If I could go back though, I'd get 2 Qanbis because my friends have PS3s.

u/Lamat · 2 pointsr/Fighters

Are you going to be playing on PC? If so, the Razer Atrox is on sale for 100 dollars right now. It has Sanwa parts (brand name, high quality), easy to mod. It also lets you play on xbox 360, unlike that Carbon.


u/CkPhX · 2 pointsr/Fighters

Yes, a 3.5mm to USB adapter makes it work. This is the one that I bought awhile ago and I've been using my SteelSeries SiberiaV2's on my PS4 for awhile. You're just going to have to go into sound device options to set up how you want it (I have all the sound going through to the headset including party chat stuff).

u/nolwat22 · 0 pointsr/Fighters

Yes. More balanced than older SF games. Read some reviews and you'll know how good it is. http://www.amazon.com/Teenage-Mutant-Ninja-Turtles-Super-Nintendo/dp/B0009P58HG

u/sjdfksdjf · 6 pointsr/Fighters

I would recommend the tekken 7 rap4, same parts but different layout (arguably more ergonomic) and more wrist space AND has headphone plug support.


Check the comment section for more pictures

u/acekingoffsuit · 4 pointsr/Fighters

Reason for MS's price: It's possible that the MS Store is trying to clear the item out of its inventory.

Reason for the Amazon price: It's not the only one on Amazon. This submission for the same stick is $172.

u/DK3141 · 2 pointsr/Fighters

There is a issue with some usb slots without a chipset with a specific Intel usb protocoll for old usb 1.0 Devices. Your PC will recognize the stick but none inputs. This was the case for the first madcatz tournament Edition fightsticks

The simplest solution for me back then was to get a usb pci card with such a chipset for about 10€ (VIA use them)


u/yousie642 · 1 pointr/Fighters

This is the one you have, correct?


As long as your pc can recognize it at all, x360ce should recognize it, which should in turn allow KI to recognize it.

Or you could use joy2key or xpadder, which let you map any controller input to keyboard inputs

u/Crusty_Dick · 1 pointr/Fighters

The Hori looks nice but it comes out next month if you don't mind waiting.


u/PlateProp · 2 pointsr/Fighters


I completely forgot that they made generic versions. The ps3 one is the cheapest at $16ish, the 360 version will run you closer to $30.

Sweet that you picked the game up. Here's a link to the discord to find matches/learn things : https://discord.gg/6qR2CQy

u/MoogleMan3 · 3 pointsr/Fighters

Get a 5 port ethernet gigabit switch, plug it into the router, then plug the wifi booster and your pc into the switch.

u/bywall · 8 pointsr/Fighters

Your motherboard's USB chipset doesn't support the PS3 Round 1 TE. If you have room in your PC to add PCI expansion cards, pick up one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Syba-Port-Card-Components-SD-VIA-5U/dp/B000JFJZGG

Its got the correct chipset and should get your PC to recognize the stick as a generic controller.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Fighters

I used this one for a long time with no issue at all. Any madcatz fightpad will generally be a good purchase.

That being said, stay WAY away from this piece of shit (or any PDP products) and this one. The first one I had TWO of and both lasted about a month. The second is alright, but the d-pad really isn't good. Anything with a diagonal motion requires extra effort to make it work.

u/csolisr · 1 pointr/Fighters

If you have $100 to spare, you can use the tried-and-true MadCatz FightStick Pro. If you don't have that much money, I'm currently using the Hori Fighting Stick 3 Mini which costs only $40, but can't be modded and is rather small.

u/Kerzizi · 1 pointr/Fighters

Is this the Vewlix then? That's the one I got. Maybe I'm confused. I assumed that was the RAP 5 because there's a RAP 4, and that they were just calling it V instead of 5. I have been seeing Vewlix abbreviated as VLX, not V, but again I could be wrong as I'm just diving into this.