I need an Arcade Stick for PC!


#1

What is the best Arcade stick for the PC that Supports every Fighting game? I Have the DOA4 Stick I bought for Real Cheap at EB Games and I was testing out on my PC and some games and Emus work with it. I just want one that supports everything. Any Suggestions?


#2

hrap3


#3

http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=131877

It says in there somewhere near the middle that the DOA stick will work with anything you just need to download some drivers.


#4

Custom PS1-based stick, adapt the sucka. Much nicer, IMO. :slight_smile:


#5

I don’t know much about arcade sticks, bought 2 days ago my first one, VSHG(Virtua stick high grade) from play-asia.com . Costs around $70 + shipping.

It is expensive, but you want the best one, right? You can never spend too much on quality!


#6

Thanks guys! I’ll check those sources out!:wgrin:


#7

get virtua stick High Grade, you wont regret it has already Sanwa parts + its made from metal and SEGA!!! youll only hear positive things about it trust me, I myself am saving my money to get 2 of these cant wait.

and its already USB and work with MAME!!!


#8

is this is a duplicate thread?

uh ohh

time to lay down the law


#9

I use a HRAP2 with a radioshack adapter. Works very well and with everything.


#10

I’ve been pretty happy with my Saulabi USB Stick. Works with virtually any game, as it emulates the keyboard, and can have various button assignments. I know leaf-switches aren’t for everyone, but once I broke this sucker in I kinda prefer it over the microswitched ones. And if you can’t read Korean, I tranlsated the key mapping application into English (as best I could), you can get it here (check the second page).


#11

buy the pelican convertor for 15 bucks and use any ps2 stick you want


#12

I see. I tried that XBCD Method last night and it didn’t work for me. Games like Melty Blood and Akatsuki Blitzkampf dont move but the button actions work like a charm. I’ll look into the Converter device for my Pelican Real Arcade stick and I might invest into that Korean Arcade stick that seems pretty cool. How many people own a Hori Real Arcade 3?