RosserRooster, post: 6932441, member: 11104 wrote:
it is a very valid comparison both things I mentioned used restive touch buttons same as this stick this is not the type of screen you see on the new tablets/smartphone its old tech much simpler than an lcd
MarkMan, post: 6932324, member: 636 wrote:
I know sako prefers the Noir/Astro style layout because it's easier for him to plink using the extra buttons. Actually sako and Daigo map the select/back button to the furthest buttons (bottom right) to give them added inputs when doing combos/links.
RosserRooster, post: 6932082, member: 11104 wrote:
I seriously doubt they will ever sell a replacement lcd panel (Its not an lcd panel by the way)just like any electronics you have if it breaks after the warranty you either get it repaired or buy a new one. If you buy a tv with touch panel or a tablet pc and after a year or so using it breaks do you think the manufacture is going sell you a replacement? I have used touch screen units for years and years with never any issues.
Tragedy, post: 6932512, member: 43908 wrote:
RosserRooster, post: 6932596, member: 11104 wrote:
Tragedy, post: 6933004, member: 43908 wrote:
DrakeVu, post: 6932178, member: 68805 wrote:
Can I get a X360 stick w/ all black buttons? I really dont like the 4 colors buttons that make the stick look like "kid toy".
MarkMan, post: 6931448, member: 636 wrote:
Guys, play nice. I'm glad Hori is here. They are here to help. Just be patient and the community will come up with the rest of the answers. I understand exactly where they are coming from.
HORI (U.S.A.) Inc., post: 6931194, member: 58300 wrote:
Hahaha please send us a video first and we will determine whether we can accommodate... ; )
gahrling, post: 6938894, member: 8713 wrote:
^ Am I correct in assuming that you cannot change the square gate?
In your opinion how does it compare to a JLF? Or does it feel more like a MadCatz Brawlstick joystick?
The joystick shaft looks slightly longer than a JLF, thought it could just be the pic angle - is this correct? If so then unless the Edge has a lower mounting bracket then the correct mounting height cannot be achieved.
The Phantomnaut, post: 6938898, member: 27972 wrote:
How's the throw distance and dead zone?
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.-PersiaXOIf you're waiting for a fair & balanced game you're wasting your time. The best players exploit each game within the rules to win.-Alex Valle
d3v, post: 6939005, member: 9887 wrote:
My question is, without the mounting plate, can you fit it into a HRAP3?
TekkenFan78, post: 6934050, member: 68767 wrote:
I would like to know is this stick worth it or should just go another 100 dollars and get the 299.99 stick that's completely modable I'm really leaning to the latter choice
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TekkenFan78, post: 6934195, member: 68767 wrote:
After watching the fight night video were they show the stick in action [definitely] going to get the edge instead as my first full arcade stick I have a klassic mk 360 pdp stick but I don't count that as a full stick lol can't wait to get this bad boy
Will ask one question hori how hard would it be to change the colored buttons to black ones and I know this would be modding and would void the [warranty] still could it be done
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Hustle Kong, post: 6934202, member: 1029 wrote:
It looks like they use quick disconnects, so it should be easy. BUT unless you can find the Kuro buttons for sale somewhere, you'd have to use sanwa or seimitsu or something else.
Hustle Kong, post: 6934751, member: 1029 wrote:
I haven't seen the insides. I'm going off of the picture of the button on the product website.
[definitely] going to get the edge instead as my first full arcade stick I have a klassic mk 360 pdp stick but I don't count that as a full stick
Darksakul, post: 6940685, member: 32315 wrote:
I don't think Hori will ever show the internals publicly. As at this point it can compromise their business as well as there position as a company.
Only place where Hori would do so is with there required documentation for organizations like the FCC; so they can be government compliant.
I believe Hori also started that they don't approve or support any modding as citing doing such will void warranties. Which I agree this is completely fair.
As such Hori are not going to tell you out right how to change or mod their product. Hori telling you or showing you how to mod their product can put them in a compromising position both for corporate security and for legal reasons.
Short answer: Do not expect Hori to tell us/ show us as they not just do not have to they are obligated not to show us the internals.
This is something you got to wait for the modder and hacker community whose unofficial slogan is "I Void Warranties" to get their hands on and figure out.
Also to TekkenFan78
How the MK Klassic PDP stick is not a full stick, that wooden housing is bigger and larger than most Mad Catz and Hori arcade sticks.
That is like saying that the NES is not a full game console because it lacks the capabilities of the PS3 and Xbox 360.
kazukijun, post: 6940560, member: 60167 wrote:
Any chance of this being sold to the rest of the world officially? Currently, you webstore only accept orders from USA/Canada & Japan.
HORI (U.S.A.) Inc., post: 6942687, member: 58300 wrote:
Unfortunately we are unable to change the button colors on the 360 version due to our licensing agreement with Microsoft.
Hustle Kong, post: 6942814, member: 1029 wrote:
Would you be able to point us in the right direction as to who at Microsoft we can complain to about that part of the agreement that they seem to have with all peripheral manufacturers? The PS3 version of every stick looks better because of MS's insistence on the color of the face buttons.
On an unrelated note, will Hori be making these Kuro buttons available to arcade parts stores?
HORI (U.S.A.) Inc., post: 6942845, member: 58300 wrote:
In regards to the rep at Microsoft, I don't know... In regards to the Kuro buttons, unfortunately we do not sell individual parts for our products..