FunkyF, post: 3895865 wrote:
Trying out the PS-14gs. Only like them for MvC2 right now, but prefer Sanwas for anything else. Going to give it more time before I completely write them off.
d3v, post: 3895854 wrote:
Clicky sticks FTW. I can never feel comfortable playing on a stick that doesn't click.
Kyle, post: 3895867 wrote:
I seem to manage to break off the damned snap-in tabs every time I remove them from a case.
Originally posted by RoninChaos
I GET AROUND, SIR, I CANNOT LIE.
Originally posted by ViciousSLASH
They were getting all fucked up and then pow , Optimus Prime comes and he has the touch , AND THE POWER. Does some flips and blows everyone up.
God bless you optimus prime.
d3v, post: 3895864 wrote:
My dad got a 50" Grand Wega for his home theatre. I loved playing games on it since it brought back memories of playing at the arcades in the late 90's when Megalo 50 cabs were pretty common here.
kasprfoto, post: 3895868 wrote:
i also fell in love with PS-14-G's. Kyle, do you have any of Art's Plexi with PS-14-G's mounted? i'm contemplating whether to order some Plexi from Art but don't want to switch to another button (since the plexi adds extra thickness to the CP).
RaishinX, post: 3895873 wrote:
Jesus Christ I thought that was just me....
Kyle, post: 3895874 wrote:
And good god at the 50'' CRT. I have a 27'' CRT on my desk that weights at least 100 lbs.
FreezerB, post: 3895876 wrote:
A friend of mine had a 50+ WEGA and it took a moving crew of 7 to move that thing.
Kyle, post: 3895874 wrote:
Maybe it's my manly Happ hands.
MiniFoo, post: 3895875 wrote:
I'm pretty sure Grand WEGAs are rear-projection, so that makes them a bit lighter.
For me, SF4 got fighting games backward - combos are supposed to be easy and reversals are supposed to be hard.-Mike_Z
Ketchy Kech, post: 3895887 wrote:
I really would like to use a joytick on my PSP =[ So many greater fighters, and the only option is a shitty analog and "ok" d-pad!
homebrewers should make an app for joystick detection..!!
d3v, post: 3895889 wrote:
Well if you had a PSP Go, you could padhack a Sixaxis and use it with that.
Actually, has anyone very tried to "padhack" a PSP and put it inside a stick case?
spenzalii, post: 3895886 wrote:
I've got to get used to Seimitsu or Sanwa buttons and sticks at some point. My latest work in progress is using a JLW with happ buttons (I'm used to the tension of a competition and I haven't been able to convince myself I don't need the clicky, tactile fee of a cherry switch under the buttons yet). I wonder if it's worth getting a TE or SE and tossing a JLW inside for practice. At least changing the art woud be a snap. I don't think I want to put custom money behind something I may or may not like. But who knows...
Saikyo Joe, post: 3895895 wrote:
I was wondering if this was a good alternative to buying and modding a PS3 stick or modding my Xbox stick, as I have to attend the FR tournament and the onlyl PS3 stick I have is a T6 one, and no PS2 stick.
d3v, post: 3895896 wrote:
Why buy a new stick you're going to have to mod anyway when you can simply just mod your existing stick?
Ikagi-chan, post: 3895899 wrote:
I can't help but feel that people are starting to misinterpret the point of this thread. The whole idea of this was to have a general discussion; I don't think that the intent of the Think Out Loud thread was to be a place to ask advice or anything. You can easily make a new thread for that or check out some already existing resources.
I dunno folks, that's my two cents. By the way, that was me "thinking out loud." :razz:
PS: Just throwing it out there also, that my post was not specifically directed at anybody, it's just based on the trend I noticed the past couple of pages.
jdm714, post: 3895901 wrote:
I will help others in any Thread.
But this Thread say in First Post not to ask questions.
This is like becoming the Absolute Noobie Thread.
But maybe these questions are thought out loud.
Gummowned, post: 3895903 wrote:
crazy though for the night for me: wouldn't it be cool to integrate one of those tiny laptops like the ASUS with a custom arcade stick case? Convenient MAME on the go!
d3v, post: 3895906 wrote:
Voted for the TE in Engaget. I'm thinking it's high time an arcade stick won an "of the year" award.
lacker, post: 3895913 wrote:
I wonder what is wrong with me. When SF4 and the T.E. sticks were announced I decided I was going to skip the whole thing because I did not want to spend $360+ for one game (2 sticks and the game itself). I know have about 9 different joysticks, 3 of which I built, and I have another I want to build. A couple of days ago I put in an pre-order for Hori premium stick and when the guy called me to confirm if it was for PS3 or 360 I canceled my order because I could not decide if I wanted to sell my Hrap 3VSA, the VSHG, or the namco stick, or my 2 anniversary sticks.
I have an extra ls32, about 12 balltops, and about 30 buttons and 2 cthulhu boards.
What happened to me? I blame SRK.