SNES to PS2 Adapter. Does it exist?


#1

I got this really great old SNES arcade stick off of Ebay, but there’s one small problem. As the whole thing is glued together, I can’t just get in there and replace the electronics without sawing into the bottom, and possibly making a huge mess of it.

Are there instructions out there anywhere to make an SNES-PS2 convertor? I can find premade SNES-USB adapters, and I even found PS2-SNES, but nobody seems to make what I’d need to use this on my newer games.

It’s just like this one here:
http://www.tugo.com/wp-content/dsc00243.jpg


#2

I found a really great thread back from 1992 about this joystick brand. Hilarious.

http://groups.google.com/group/rec.games.video.arcade/tree/browse_frm/month/1992-11?_done=%2Fgroup%2Frec.games.video.arcade%2Fbrowse_frm%2Fmonth%2F1992-11%3F&


#3

hahaha oh shit they were talking about custom sticks back in the day too…


#4

What stick does that thing use? It probably uses Happ Ultimate buttons.


#5

Probably uses a Happ Super. Might be using a cheap knock off since few people would have known the difference back in then.

To the OP: I would just gut it and rewire it for PS2. Unless you actually plan on playing SNES fighters.


#6

It feels like a Super to me. It looks like I probably will have to saw it open to do the rewiring. Hopefully I’ll only have to mess up the bottom.


#7

WOW

Crazy stick. :open_mouth:


#8

So there’s no way of opening up the stick if something fails? That’s pretty messed up considering the stick cost 125.00 back in the day.


#9

I bought a X-arcade PCB for PlayStation 2 . I make custom my own box for two players

I bought PS2 to SNES converter from Totem. I can’t find it address. Later I looking to find it.

I play this so awesome!

http://img483.imageshack.us/img483/8020/dsc00324wh3.jpg