Summary: This stick is alright for someone who wants to have fun and are playing games that don't require a lot of precision moves. Up to the point I've only played on the d-pad. I decided to switch to a joystick because I've heard a lot of positive thoughts on it.
Summary: I have gotten one Ryu wireless controller back wwhen it first came out and it just konked out about 3 or 4 years later after intense use. This was my fourth Zangief controller and it broke, too. Could it be because with Zangief I use a lot of 360 motions? (I switch controllers when I switch guys.
Summary: A very solid title, as it should be, Capcom have released it in various skins countless times by now. This third iteration of Street Fighter IV may be the best, emphasis on may, but is completely worthless as a purchase.
Summary: First off I bought this and never got it. So I went to GameXchange and bought two, one for the PS3 (Ken) and one for the 360 (Ryu) so I could play at home or at a friend's when I come over. I then bought a joystick that I am now accustomed to.
Summary: Got out Street Fighter Alpha 3 for Dreamcast recently and I was still really impressed with all the different modes to choose from and the intense fighting speed. Ended up buying Super Street Fighter 4 for PS3 and dang is it lame. It feels like the developers put absolutley no effort into this one.
Summary: Well, the only good things I found about this "upgrade" are: 1. 4 New Characters included. 2. You can switch to regular SSF4 anytime. 3. Improved online channels. Now the bad: 1. Out of the 4 new characters, 2 are shotokans type, more of the same. 2.
Summary: After having owned this stick for a little under a month the 3Kicks and Heavy Kick button have completely stopped working. This is not because I inflict violence upon the buttons in any way, I consider myself a casual user and definitely not a button masher.
Summary: After about an hour of play, I realized that the middle punch button wasn't responding well. After another hour, it stopped working completely and I just sent it back. I've seen that feedback posted around the net, so it sounds like it's a common problem.
Summary: I had such fond memories of Streetfighter back on the SNES - good times as Guile taking them all on with that inverted kick. So what could be better than the latest Streetfighter on the all-singing , all-dancing PS3? Well, Tekken 6, as it turns out.