I was going to spend around £150 to buy a Mad Catz Street Fighter IV 'Round 2': Tournament Edition arcade fightstick, but I thought why!, I don't really want to spend that sort of cash for something I might not use very often and then why not just buy a cheap one and then mod it later when I need to...
● Compatible with PS2, PS3, and PC USB.
● Compatible with GameCube and Wii by Mayflash GameCube Joy Box
● Compatible with XBOX 360 by Mayflash Max Shooter for XBOX 360
● The lever and buttons are designed and placed on same layout as the arcade style.
● Turbo function with different speed settings you can toy with.
● Supports button re-mapping and Macro functions.
● The Fighting Stick has considerable heft and rubber feet, both of which work to hold the controller firmly in place on hard, flat surfaces.
● The Fighting Stick has a metal base and plastic outer shell with smooth corners that don't murder your wrists.
Description:PS2: Plug the Fighting Stick to your PS2 console, then play
PS3: Just plug the USB port of Fighting Stick to PS3 console, then play
GC/Wii: Plug the Fighting Stick to your GC or Wii console through Mayflash GameCube Joy Box, then play.
(GameCube JoyBox is a PS/PS2 compatible controller adapter for GC.
Mayflash GameCube Joy Box sold separately.)
XBOX 360: Plug the Fighting Stick to your XBOX 360 console through Mayflash Max Shooter for XBOX 360, then play.
(Max Shooter for XBOX 360 is a PS2 compatible controller adapter for XBOX 360, and also allows you to use a keyboard and mouse on your XBOX 360, Mayflash Max Shooter for XBOX 360 sold separately.)
(Get more details from the User Manual used with PC )
1. It’s definitely FORBIDDEN to plug the USB and PS2 port to your consoles at the same time!
2. Please DO NOT plug the USB port to your PS2 console.
Note: Only the updated fighting stick released after May 2009 can be compatible with GameCube, Wii and XBOX360
What's in the Box
Universal Fighting Stick