J.Max, post: 3909251 wrote:
Wasn't that thing like $400 when it came out?
And...the buttons on the HSS-0130 are soldered to the PCB. That thing used to be my favorite arcade stick, until I tried to mod one...
J.Max, post: 3909273 wrote:
That's actually one thing I was wondering about...could you put a different Vewlix panel in this?
Halvie, post: 3909275 wrote:
ibeatu, replied to your pm.
Don't think it is an actual vewlix panel because it is a couple inches shorter...I assume (delta 32 cab cp can take either sega or vewlix panels. Seeing the overall length of the stick is about 22 and just the sega panel is about 25 I would assume the panel is exactly what you would find on a vewlix cab).
However, without measurements, it seems to have the exact same layout so you might be able to have different overlays lazer cut to fit (pm'd the guy who makes the TE plexi about this a while back). Also the overlay material seems to be the same as an actual vewlix panel, which is important to me. Looks a lot more authentic than some photoshop printout made at kinkos.
edit: how does the hss-0130 kill this stick?
Halvie, post: 3909277 wrote:
Yeah, the fact the hss usual actual panels is one of the things I like best. Like how the hori stick opens like an actual vewlix cab though...plus like you said it is a little shorter.
Hopefully there will be some high resolution shots of it soon so we can get a better idea...maybe other stuff changed from when it was first shown.
Halvie, post: 3909269 wrote:
Just surprised we haven't seen anyone complain about not having enough wrist room...
d3v, post: 3909283 wrote:
I believe experience with the HRAP.V3-SA has shown that the wrist is meant to rest on the angled forward part of the stick, just like in the MadCatz SE (there's even a pic of it in the Hori site).
NotANoob81, post: 3909246 wrote:
upgrade your Huffy to a car and carry it in your trunk and stfu.
moreadon, post: 3909286 wrote:
Just saw this :D
Kind of a preorder I guess
Glad I didn't get the SA now
N10248, post: 3909289 wrote:
YAY, they used my idea...
really glad they got rid of that huge turbo panel
Edit: I'm in the UK, where would be the best, safest place to try and order one of these from?
phase, post: 3909287 wrote:
you just got owned son lol. make that shit bigger. i dont wanna be able to move it an inch while i spaz out dragon punches. soooo im geussing these work on america ps3's? they arnt region locked?
FunkyF, post: 3909298 wrote:
Minor detail, but where's the headset port for the 360?
Sleazoid, post: 3909292 wrote:
So how long until Madcatz makes a $300 stick to give Hori a competitor in this price bracket too?
Gen-An, post: 3909307 wrote:
It's too bad Sega Logistics never released this, I think it would have been better than the VLX.
protomanSTi, post: 3909308 wrote:
Hopefully preorders go up soon so i can set it and forget it!
Taiki, post: 3909312 wrote:
FUCK IT I'M IN. 2 MONTHS AWAY. I can save up for it.
gl0ry, post: 3909262 wrote:
It's a nice stick, but no one really needs it at this time. The only purpose for these sticks is to saturate the Asian market because Madcatz hasn't really tried too hard there yet. I read something a while back stating that most top players in Japan had imported Madcatz TE sticks from the US. Looks like Hori just wanted to step up their game a notch to compete with Madcatz.
The TE was designed so well that it basically covers everything already and there is nothing new or necessary to the Hori model. The only thing better in the stick would probably be the PCB. It's clearly not a good stick to take around... my TE stick fits perfectly in my lap/backpack/table, if it were any bigger it wouldn't fit. The price is also two or three times the cost.
It's a nice collectors item.
Mainspring, post: 3909319 wrote:
good gawd... I need!!!!!!!!!!
but humm... looks like it will be almost 5 bills with shipping?
food... hawt arcade stick... food... hawt arcade stick...
what to do... what to do...