Summary: You know, it's not bad. With that said, it's not outstanding, either. For such a cheap price it's hard to complain, though. Buttons are pretty tough to press, but the joystick is surprisingly good. The cable is ridiculously long (which is good!)..I actually think it's even longer than my full-size Hori stick. Anyways, not a bad choice at all if you need a beater stick to have around.
Cheap, and durable, good feel, a good test stick for the real thing
john wright, Amazon
21 September 2014
Summary: It was exactly what I expected it to a cheap and fairly well made fight stick. A preliminary one just to see if I could get the feel of a real one without shelling hundreds on a product that I may not like.
For people who like to use the stick on their lap this is ...
4 September 2014
Summary: A bit too small for people with big hands/long fingers. Other than that it is a very functional stick. For people who like to use the stick on their lap this is not stable enough to pull off some moves with. Placing the stick on a table makes up for the instability. Or you can glue it to a price of 2x4 to give you stability when playing on you lap.
Summary: Within a few time of using this fighting stick, the actual stick part itself stopped working properly. All of a sudden the right quadrant of the stick stopped working. My fireballs and shoryukens were not coming out even though I was inputting properly. And I could tell because I was able to do all moves properly while on the right side of the screen. So don't buy it, it won't last long.
Summary: That's how long it lasted. June 2014 to August 23rd 2014. Now I can't move my character to the right without the character dashing, and it sometimes fails to "down back" when the character is on the right hand side. In other words it is now useless. It was okay up until that point. I have no big complaints other than its short life span. * All 8 buttons could fit in my right hand. No, I'm not kidding.