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Feb 16,  · As a fan of older games and fighting games, the Tatsunoko vs. Capcom FightStick is a perfect fit. Like I said, I’ll be utilizing it with Virtual Console games more than with fighters, but that’s. Jan 06,  · The Tatsunoko VS. Capcom Arcade FightStick need not be attached directly to the system as it seamlessly connects to the official or Mad Catz Remotes for the Wii. The Mad Catz licensed Tatsunoko VS. Capcom Arcade FightStick for the Wii is slated to enter North American store shelves by mid-to-late January Author: Prakash Mehta. Tatsunoko vs Capcom Fight Stick: $55 May Flash Adapter: $15 6 Sanwa/Seimitsu buttons: $20 Joystick: $20 That’s a perfect arcade stick that works with Wii, PS3, and PC for $/5.

 

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Feb 16,  · As a fan of older games and fighting games, the Tatsunoko vs. Capcom FightStick is a perfect fit. Like I said, I’ll be utilizing it with Virtual Console games more than with fighters, but that’s. Jan 06,  · The Tatsunoko VS. Capcom Arcade FightStick need not be attached directly to the system as it seamlessly connects to the official or Mad Catz Remotes for the Wii. The Mad Catz licensed Tatsunoko VS. Capcom Arcade FightStick for the Wii is slated to enter North American store shelves by mid-to-late January Author: Prakash Mehta. Tatsunoko vs Capcom Fight Stick: $55 May Flash Adapter: $15 6 Sanwa/Seimitsu buttons: $20 Joystick: $20 That’s a perfect arcade stick that works with Wii, PS3, and PC for $/5.
 
 
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It should come as little surprise that last week’s release of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom was accompanied by a branded Wii fighting stick. It should also come as little surprise that Mad Catz’s Arcade Fightstick is pretty darn good.

Serious fighting game players know they can’t survive with a standard game pad. I am not a serious fighting game player, as well you already know , but I understand the sentiment.

Fightsticks that mimic the authentic arcade experience can get pretty expensive and have an ever more limited audience, so I’m surprised that Mad Catz even released a Wii version. For the extra expense, you get a few cool features. But it does have the Tournament sticks’ other cool features. You can assign two different levels of turbo fire to each button, which are represented by an array of LED lights. The Hori stick only has one turbo setting, and it’s triggered by a row of little plastic switches.

In fact, if you ever want to make absolutely sure that no errant buttons get hit at an inopportune time, there’s a switch that lets you lock the inputs down.

Finally, and most importantly, there’s a switch that lets you assign the stick’s joystick to any of the Wii’s directional inputs: the left analog, right analog, or directional pad.

This means you can use the stick to operate the Wii Menu, which the Hori stick can’t do. The stick acts just like a Classic Controller, meaning that you have to plug it into a Wii remote. The cord is one meter long, so you shouldn’t have a big problem finding somewhere to stash the Wiimote while you’re using it.

Other than the extra bells and whistles, there’s not that much difference at least to a casual observer like me between Hori’s and Mad Catz’s sticks. The Tatsunoko vs. Capcom stick is heavier and larger, and feels a little bit more solid.

Whether that’s worth the extra cash will likely depend on how crazy you are about your fighting game equipment.

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