(I did search and read alot of Sanwa-threads before posting, found zero on this subject)
I just finished my first DIY SF4-arcadestick for PS3, fitted with Sanwa JLW-UM-8 stick and OBSN-30 buttons. I used a Logitech Chillstream for the controllerinterface. The JLW has the square restrictor set for 8-way control.
I knew it would take some time getting used to, from playing SF2 HD remix with the sony-pad, but I find it very hard to pull off supers and halfcircle-moves.
Really, i.e. doing Ryu’s super with 2x d-df-f, either lands the dash-punch or a shoryuken, 3-5 tries before the super ignites. Fire Hadoken (any halfcircle-move) is possible like 2 out of 10 times, sometimes I’m lucky pulling more out in a row. So, Dhalsim’s super is just out of the question (2x hc)
Now, my question is, could it be that the JLW-stick is just too sensitive?
Or, is SF2HD remix just really precise and not forgiving? I think it’s easier playing with pad.
Any thoughts? Or any experience with the JLW-stick vs. the JLF (used in SF4 TE stick)?
I know I have to practice more, but IF there were any tech-issues, it would be nice to know
I’ve heard SF4 is more forgiving when doing supers, ultras ect., so I hope it’ll solve my problems