jdm714, post: 5863220 wrote:
RoboKrikit, post: 5863272 wrote:
Being a titty hole is cooler.
I think this stick is gonna be expensive, what with all the royalties they will have to give to Mad Catz. :[
rtdzign, post: 5863503 wrote:
yep they already done fucked up with the custom button plugs not compatible with Seimitsu.
Arxinal, post: 5863485 wrote:
You can't ask for well-thought-out changes off day 1, week 1, or mostly even month 1 play...and that's when the game is out and everyone's in the lab.-Mike_ZIf there's anything we do best, it's breaking games and then making everyone suffer with all the cheapness.-PersiaXO
will check it out. I do visit often (you'll realize from the prototype that it's already taken in a lot of feedback from the site)
Do keep the feedback coming. We want to perfect the stick.
I see some concerns abt legal stuff. I'm fine with mods on it. My plane is taking off, will have my team follow up shortly.
Phreakazoid187, post: 5863145 wrote:
This would basically turn the ability to "pre-engineer" something for it violation of the terms. So let's say Toodles or I create a board to mate to it... before it's even released to the public, then there's a bit of a problem. This means even if we come out with something afterward we can still be in violation because we had certain knowledge prior to release.
However, this would mean that we could put insight into things such as "you should add x and y" which would allow easy interface to something already out there, so perhaps lean them toward giving standoffs that they don't use but are in prime position for mounting extra hardware.
Perhaps a consult with @UltraDavid is in order when this comes about.
chaoslimit, post: 5863882 wrote:
Video from TGS:
networkingyuppy, post: 5863878 wrote:
Since the design is very similar to a TE, this can bring up some arising issues and possibly a lawsuit due to similar arcade hardware engineering. To be honest, Razer should recruit more members in the R&D department to come up with a better idea. The concept of this design is way too common today.
Kyle, post: 5864011 wrote:
This. I was hoping they would bring something interesting to the mix - even as simple as LED buttons. The crazy, non PS-14-G compatible QDs mean we can't be friends.
mr.mortified, post: 5864110 wrote:
still wondering how this thing opens
looks like its a spring latch underneath the razer emblem
also if that hydraulics push out and that spring latch breaks....
fokkusuhaundo, post: 5864161 wrote:
I can understand the reasoning behind using the custom QD housing since the wires aren't color-coded, but using color-coded wires and individual QD sleeves is still the better way to go.
The_Third, post: 5864174 wrote:
Watch the engadget video.
mr.mortified, post: 5864038 wrote:
from the press pics, you can see that it does use a quick disconnect usb.
it just uses the usb A input rather than the less common and more sturdy usb b input
pretty meh, but at least its better than micro usb
networkingyuppy, post: 5863878 wrote:
It resembles much like a TE, including the top left turbo control panel, and the design for the overall controller build and shape should be completely revised if they're going to market that out to the public.
MarkMan, post: 5864478 wrote:
i applied for the beta, lol.
RoboKrikit, post: 5864593 wrote:
The separate cable is nice. I think Micro USB is better for this application because it is built to withstand a lot more insertions (insert yo momma joke here). 10,000 vs 1500 for USB-A/B.
'Course it's no coupled Neutrik etherCON...
It looks way too much like a pimped-out TE. Like they downloaded a TE model and started modding it. The turbo panel made both my eyebrows go up. I was really surprised to see that after the Twitter comments calling out Mad Catz a while back ("time to design a REAL tournament fightstick"). I'm sure the result will be a good stick, but the more I think about it the more it bothers me.
Darksakul, post: 5863015 wrote:
I think the stick is WIRED
Any ways MS don't lisence non MS controllers to be wireless.
all 3rd party sticks and pads are wired
mr.mortified, post: 5865793 wrote:
One thing nagging me though is that the outer shell looks like its extremely flimsy if it is made of plastic.
If it was made of metal though it would be a different story.
gahrling, post: 5865877 wrote:
I don't think anyone should be complaining about another high quality arcade stick hitting the market. Especially considering how difficult Mad Catz and (usable) Hori 360 sticks are to get hold of at the moment.
Of course, 8 buttons would be a disappointment, as would be a very unnecessary turbo panel. But ho hum..
Pimp Willy, post: 5865910 wrote:
I wish they'd take the TE layout for the buttons, otherwise button checks are going to be more annoying if these take off.