Full Arcade controllers
Saulabi for Powerful Game
There are several versions out there, and due to color variations its difficult to identify by appearance so I just go by model number
SPS-1000 Vibration: Same as above but with force feedback
4K: PS3 Stick (works with PC)
Most of the Saulabi sticks used cheap knock off parts and often buttons soldered to the PCB.
Note: Ssaurabi (싸울아비) is a Modern Korean compound which literally means “a father who fights”. -Wikipedia
Wooden Korean stick
Wooden case instead of plastic, various versions support various systems, PS1/PS2, PS3, PC ect…
Omni Arcade Stick -Korean Edition- http://etokki.com/Playstation3/Omni-Korean-Edition
Metal case Arcade stick developed by eTokki. Comes in Korean or Japanese parts, we focus on the Korean version.
Built with Myoungshin Fanta stick and Crown CWB203A buttons, the stick uses the PCB from the Joytron Paewang Revolution.
Metal Body, Knock off buttons
various versions support various systems
Joytron Paewang Revolution
One of the first sticks to support support both the PS3 & Xbox360 straight out of the box.
The parts are knock offs of Japanese style parts. The default button hole size fits crown buttons.
its semi-common for people mount the Sanwa JLF inside, but I seen mods that allow for a Fanta joystick.
Be prepared for a hack job, alot of cutting, filing and desoldering.
The stick is more valued for it’s PCB than everything else.
Recently the PS360+ board has taken over the role the Paewang had filled.
Hinged case, similar to the Razer Atorx and Mad Catz TE 2
The Mad Catz Fightstick K.E. (Korean Edition) Link
Using the same shell as the SE, TvC and Brawl Stick
The KE uses a Crown CWJ-303FK as its joystick and Sanwa buttons.
The KE is the only arcade controller that been sold retail in the United Sates that ever offered Korean Parts.