Summary: This is the only fighstick I’ve ever owned, but I have nothing but praise for it: it’s sturdy, durable, all the buttons function like new after a couple of years of semi-active use – it’s all-around great. It is understandably bulky, so make sure you have the room to store it.
Summary: Super responsive stick and buttons. (something to get used to) Works great in most setting positions and allows you to be as comfortable as you want to be. If you setting up "indian style", with you legs straight out, or out over the edge of a chair it seems to set well in the lap.
Summary: I bought BlazBlue: Continuum Shift. And I got earlier than expected :D The game box cover is the same as the picture above so no ripping off or anything.I also got it factory sealed so that's awesome.
Summary: I bought it last years that I like blazblue game with the stick. It was very good to move and button too. I would keep it good and clean without damage. It is very good comfortable arcade stick you can play any fighting games. Hope it would help you to learn and easy to move it better. Good!
Summary: In 2008, BlazBlue came out in the midst of a year in which a ton of other fighters were also hitting store shelves. Contending with the likes of Street Fighter IV, Tekken 6, SoulCalibur IV and Super Smash Brothers Brawl, BlazBlue was not exactly a stand out in a year filled with a lot of high...