I have a bit of a problem, don’t know if its me and my weak flailing arms or the joystick that I’m using. Basically, I can’t do super move motions in 3rd Strike using my HAPP Competiton Joystick and Hori Fighting Stick EX2.
Do any of you with a HAPP Competition Joystick or Hori Fighting Stick EX2 having a hard time with motions like doing a jump kick, into a linkable light/medium/fierce, and finishing with a super move?
I know of the responsive and precise Sanwa JLF Joystick and plan to have someone make me one. Though, I’m kinda worried that the Sanwa JLF might be alittle over sensitive, is this true? If so, how about Seimitsu?
Why are P360’s so expensive for being notoriously stiff, although people say its precise. I also just read that Industrious Lorenzo are the ones making the quality version. If its true, can those with memory capacity weigh in on the pros and cons and comparisons of the IL P360’s Vs. the P360’s being made in China.
And for those that have tried this out, have you tested the IL P360 Vs. Competition Vs. Sanwa JLF Vs. Seimitsu Vs. any other stuff like MAS sticks? All I want to know is which stick has the most ease pulling off a single super move motion and the accuracy of doing a jump kick, into a linkable light/medium/fierce, and finishing with a super move or even more complicated manuevers?
About gates, I’ve read somewhere that the Japanese fighting scene favors squared gates the most, can anyone confirm? Or testify from your own favorable opinion. I’m gonna make a poll for those that favor a certain stick and gate to give me a better idea and hopefully others. If you have experience with all kinds of arcade sticks, please list the easiest of use in performing motions I said earlier ^_^;
All in all, I want an arcade stick to be fast, responsive, not everly sensitive, and not based too much on performing perfect motions to get moves done.