What solutions are available to make a stick work on all current consoles (PS3/4, 360/Xbone)?


#1

I have a Razer Atrox that I’d like to use on all current consoles. The problem is, after reaching out to people about the job (well in advance of an upcoming local major, CEO), nobody has gotten back to me about it. All I’ve heard is that modding a PS4 PCB into a stick takes half a day.

I would like to know what it would take to make my Razer Atrox work on PS3 (including PS2 backwards compatibility), PS4, 360, and Xbone, while retaining its fancy OEM pull-to-unlock USB cable. What hardware will I need, what are my options, etc. I figure I’ll probably need Xbone and PS4 pads, but I don’t know if I’ll need a Cthulhu board or PS360+ or what.

The idea was that I could find all this stuff out, order anything that needed to be ordered, and have it all ready for whichever modder is in town as CEO gets near, possibly dropping it off at their hotel room a day or two in advance so as to not block easier/faster work during the tournament. But literally nobody has given me any actionable information on this.

I don’t wanna shell out for an Xbone and have to pay another $200 for a stick, then still be assed out when it’s time to play Xrd on PS4 (or pay another $180 for the new Hori).


#2

Well it seems that most sticks for PS4 are dual compatible with PS3 of course. So we are half way there. :smiley: Hori Fighting commander 4 is coming out soon so maybe pad hacking it will be easier than standard dualshocks.


#3

For all inclusive Arcade stick?

Option 1:
Xbox One and PS4 Game Pad PCBs, resistors and transistors for L1 and R1 on the PS4 PCB, PS360+, some DPDT switches, RJ45 pass-though, (optional) crossbone PCB adapter

Option 2:
Xbox One and PS4 Game Pad PCBs, resistors and transistors for L1 and R1 on the PS4 PCB, Toodles MC Cthlhu, Xbox 360 PCB (which is in your Razer Atrox), Imp, some DPDT switches, RJ45 pass-though, (optional) crossbone PCB adapter