Mad Catz Street Fighter IV Round 2 Arcade FightStick: Tournament Edition
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Built very stable, can push hard on the joystick and not tip it. Buttons and panel are heavy-duty, can pound on them without worrying. Has an authentic arcade style to the construction of the stick and buttons.
The Cons:Monochrome design looks a little dull and boring.
Mad Catz Street Fighter IV Round 2 Arcade FightStick: Tournament Edition is an accessory for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 systems released in late 2009. It is in fact a replacement for the original Mad Catz Street Fighter IV FightStick released in February 2009.
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The new release features the same authentic Japanese-styled design, 30mm Action Buttons, and 4 M wired cable. The difference lies in the artistic design, as it incorporates all new monochrome artwork boasted directly from Street Fighter IV. The new release is also slightly more compact than its predecessor.
- 8-Button Layout
- USB 2.0
- Xbox 360 / PS3
- Designed for use with Street Fighter IV
- MSRP $149.99
- Special Compartment for Cord
User Reviews (4)
built very stable, can push hard on the joystick and not tip it
buttons and panel are heavy-duty, can pound on them without worrying
has an authentic arcade style to the construction of the stick and buttons
can swap out the faceplate with others that are on the market
sized just right to let you rest your arm on the panel while playing, won't flex under your weight when you do
lets you execute moves much easier than with a standard game controller
designed compactly enough that it won't eat up too much room on the table
monochrome design looks a little dull and boring
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