Summary: This is a pretty cartonish game. It's fun. There is no real reward for doing the story modes. I wish the story modes were better. There are a few characters that should be in the game that you can add on. There are a few that shouldn't be in the game. It's a good game to play with your roommates, but solo play won't hold you attention for a long time.
Summary: The stock Stick sucks too much throw and it hardly registers upforward/back unless you shove it, moving side to side is equally unresponsive you would be better off ordering a replacement stick ASAP, the buttons are passable but plan to upgrade in the future if you want to get serious. Also the box that held the stick seemed like it was dropped and opened at some point in time. Its a great starting platform to get a foot into most fighting games.
Great for modding. Cheap starter fight stick- Recommend
6 March 2014
Summary: Works on my Win7-64 bit AMD rig. Auto Installed Drivers Works on SSFIV:AE -PC "Goto / button config and set it up" Pros: Cost, PC use, Mod-ability Easy Detach Buttons, Easy replace joystick. ------------------ Cons: Brand new and the buttons suck off the bat. Some are super sensitive while others are fine. Loud regardless "replacing with Sanwa 30mm silent buttons" Joystick has a hardtime with up-left "replacing with Sanwa JLF stick" Artwork......
Summary: I bought this with the intention of trying out to see if I liked using a fight sticks before modding. Even with some tricks suggested on forums I had issues with a button that was extremely oversensitive. The quality of the parts is barely passable, but definitely a good deal for the price. I wouldn't recommend it as an end in itself, but you'd be hard pressed to find an easier first time modding project.
Summary: I'll get the bad out of the way first - the buttons and stick aren't high quality parts, the guts of the device don't look that impressive, of course there's a picture of the Rock on the front, and it's got the curse of being a Madcatz product. There is also a square gate on the stick, which is standard but some players may not like it, especially for those who play shoto characters like Ryu, as your stick's movement is restricted to the corners of a box-like shape at...
Summary: Weight is good. I hate overly light sticks, this stays in your lap well. Button placement is typical. After about a year of use (not all that frequent either tbh) the down-left corner is having some issues. Occasionally, it only registers it as left instead of down-left, so you start walking in a 2d fighter when you want to block low. Not good. Before that issue however, this was a wonderful bargain stick.
Summary: Good fightstick to get started with while waiting on higher quality parts. The Madcatz joystick is garbage. The washer inside the joystick slides out of place. The buttons work, but feel cheep. I had to replace some of the screws when I installed a Sanwa joystick and buttons because they were stripped.
Summary: I can`t say I don`t like it, I LOVE anything "WWE" but I did not do my home work on this one. This game is a arcade style wrestling game and I thought it was a simulation style wrestling game. The wrestlers are designed to be over the top and overly built with crazy wild and cool finishers to win the match, I like it, i don`t love it. I won`t get rid of it because it is "WWE".