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The reason I ask is because
a) I also have extra Power A sticks with ring finger buttons for Power A for complaining about an ear-piercing tone present in the first 3 Power A sticks (1 plus 2 replacement, a third replacement seems to notnnot have that problem, but Im not sure it’s a settign, and if the setting makes him unable to communicate out with a micrphone. PLus tere’s an isue of watching a monvie and it suddenly going dead in the middle, and it’s wired, so why would thee be a battery-saving sfeatureif it’s USB wired?))
B) one of my friends likes my ambidextrous desgin for a fight stick and would like one himself.
C) and the guy I hired to build mine, Stan, does not know how to pad hack the analog triggers on the standard Xbox One controller,
D) has 2 other systems that use the Brook USB Fight Stick PCB and may be needing 2 more
Assuming I hire Stan, and all my friend wants is an Xbox One fight stick, and nonoe of the other compatible systems, would programing the ring finger buttons as the triggers, and wiring up those ring finger buttons be a solution that would work?
We wouldn’t have to either buy a Brook UBS Fight PCB, buy a ready-for-fight Xbox One only PCB with digital triggers instead of analog ones, or either have Stan learn the method described above, or hire someone else.
He does have a Wii U, a Switch, and may eventually get a 360 for non-backwards compatible games. Based on the same I see when comparing Xbox achievements, I think he wonws enough 360-only, download-only games that justify adding a 360. But I’m not sure if he’s getting that
I don’t know his Wii U or Switch list. 3 questions about that:
Which 1 or more of these standards are used on the Brook?: Wii Classic, Wii U Pro, Game Cube, Switch Pro, Single Joycon augment? ( thought I saw 6 button fight sticks where you can plug in one joycon and has external casing that runs the fight stick that allows for 8 joystick players in Bomberman. Apparently, it’s a Switch On the Road Fight stick.))
If one’s missing (I suspect Wii Classic if I remember right. By the way, the way I get it is via PS2-> Wii classic adapter. He does not have a ps2 machine.) and he has enough of a reason to get it, how would one acquire a PBC and wire a Wii Classic?
Besides fighting games and other obvious 4-way and 8-way games, are there any “sleeper” games that would have a good enough improvement with a digital stick to justify buying something for it, and which 1 or more of the 4 arcade stick standards do they use?
How about any games, based on historical pre-conceived notions about the series before playing the new game, that “sound” like fight stick games, but are impossible to use that way due to the 4 buttons not working predictably like a d-pad? This is in case he goes shopping on the virtual stores and might be eyeing a title.